Our team had someone who fit every role on the survey and I think it is what helped us be so well balanced. We determined tasks based on the roles that we were playing at most of our meetings. This seemed to make the most sense and kept us moving forward in an orderly manner. At each meeting, I always felt that we made progress on the tasks that we were assigned and I felt that we each fit our roles well. We began our first meeting by talking with the parents about their concerns to confirm if they still had the same concerns as they expressed in their initial meeting per our case study.
Regular reflection for family practitioners is not only beneficial for the worker, it also gives them guidance to provide current and an accurate service to families. I find this practice very useful on a daily basis for the reason that it refreshes the mind and greatly influence the way I work with families. I plan to carry on with the frequent reflection in my personal and professional life; to identify and work areas that needs to be
Teaching has always been a dream of mine ever since I was a little girl. I have had multiple teachers who have impacted my life in many ways, but the one teacher who has inspired me to pursue a career in the education field as a teacher would be my math teacher that I have this year. She inspires me every day and is truly my role model. I look up to her on a daily basis, and I aspire to become a teacher because of her and how she has changed my life for the better have always appreciated the hard work that teachers do on a daily basis, and I always have appreciated the fact that they take time out of their day to teach their students valuable skills that the students may utilize in the future. I aspire to become a teacher in the future and hopefully make a difference in students’ lives.
Nakai and my family were my support throughout my year as being Bloomfield High School Miss Nashdoi. Mrs. Nakai made an impact in my life by giving me the opportunity to be able to attend conferences. My family supported me with every decision I made upon myself. The lesson I had to learn from being an ambassador is learning to always stay positive. Unexpectedly, I had met people who were negative.
My most recent work experience was as a Site Director at a before and after school program, I enjoyed taking on a supervisory role which really allowed me to challenge myself in a way hadn’t before. My work experience thus far has been quite fulfilling. Being able to help others and watch them succeed has always been the driving force behind everything that I do. It has also been one of the reasons I’ve wanted to pursue social work. I applied to the social work program because as a mental health professional I wanted the opportunity to provide a wider range of services to clients.
It is a wonderful experience being able to watch students transform as the year progresses. I have also enjoyed helping the youth at my church deal with the issues that children face throughout the school year. I have found pleasure in being the helper in all situations. Through these experiences, I have wanted to be a counselor. B. I do believe that I have a large number of strengths that will benefit me as a counselor.
This program has taught me how to be a great teacher, how to construct lessons and procedures, how to make my classroom a safe and positive learning environment to my students, and it has helped me in my own life. I have learned how to not be judgmental of people I meet. I have really matured from this program and it has taught me to be professional with everything I do. I know from taking this class I am prepared for the classes I will be taking at college. This program has offered me so many great opportunities like volunteering at different places and doing internships at local Elementary schools.
All things considered my first mother baby clinical went very well. I am more confident in the care I provided and will be providing throughout the next few weeks. If need be, the nurses were right there to answer questions or assist in my learning. I do know I have room for improvements, though I am aware it will take more practice. Having such cooperative patients and parents allowed me to take my time and be more thorough to ensure I was grasping concepts.
This led me to talk to a family friend, who is and Occupational Therapist. I shadowed her multiple times in a school setting, and fell in love with the work that she was doing. Since then, I have known what I want to do in life. Occupational Therapy combines my love of helping people with my love of science, and helps me to see that what I am doing is positively affecting those that I work
I am a dedicated and hard working mother and I always make sure that my daughter gets the love and attention she needs. In my Learning team, my personal strength is having good people skills. I meet and get involved with new people everyday whether it be work or school related. I enjoy speaking, listening and giving input to my team members so that they are aware that they can count on me to participate as a team player in our Learning Team. Good people skills are very important in a group setting because of all the di...