Eulita always say to me everyday "make sure you finish , Jasmine it is important to Finish school." Also she always signing me up for things out of school like this great opportunity with the at the well young's women's conference . She loves doing these type of things with me and for me because when she was growing up her mother had to work a lot so she never had these great opportunitie... ... middle of paper ... ...kground telling me to be stronger and keep pushing yourself . Thats why coach George and Q inspire me . My teacher Ms.Russell inspires me over time , She taught me the subject that i wasn't good at which was Math.
Road Rage, spousal and child abuse, and a lack of civility are just a few examples. Emotionally mature people know how to control their thoughts and behaviors how to resolve conflict. Conflict is an inevitable art of school and work, but it can be resolved in a positive way. Throughout her entire time teaching, Jane Satrom has had two students tell her “F**k you!” to her face which might have caused other people to lose their temper. However, Mrs. Satrom attributes her large amount of self-control to waiting tables for 12 years where she learned to calm herself down.
Emily also said that her biggest pet peeve is people who abuse children and she can’t stand liars. Emily values her friends and family along with honest, respect and education. She believes these core values help people succeed in their life. Emily also believes that everyone is equal in life and that we should all treat others the way we want to be treated. During our interview Emily talked about a teacher who impacted her life so much during her high school years.
As I look back, I am thankful that I had my teacher by my side. The next person to be inducted is my English teacher during my senior year. We called her Ms. G. She exhibited all of the qualities one needed to become a good educator. When assignments were done wrong, she would not criticize. Instead she would encourage a better way of completing that particular assignment.
My mother would often tell me stories about her students, and my first reaction upon hearing of Keri was to feel sorry for her. I imagined a sad, sullen little girl who found no joy in life, but I was pleasantly surprised when I met her. She had beautiful red hair and the most adorable smile, which she showcased o... ... middle of paper ... ...oming a teacher, I aim to graduate with a degree in elementary education from Concord College. Upon graduating, I will either pursue an advanced degree or begin teaching. I plan on having a long and very fulfilling career, and hopefully I will be able to inspire many young children.
Being a more of a friend that a teacher to their students is also an important factor in building better trust and relationship with the... ... middle of paper ... ... could do it. But all around me, everyone was mocking what the teacher had said, and when I told them about my dreams they laughed even louder. After school, I went to look for the teacher and told her that I had dreams and want to fulfill them but my friends mocked me and my family is going through so many problems and my studies were so bad. The other teacher would have ignored me, but she stayed and to listen. She told me that it was not too late, as long as I have the heart to succeed, and put in enough effort, everything is still possible.
“I swear she probably just gave me a C because she didn’t like me,” Katie thought to herself. “I guess I’m kinda surprised she even gave me a C, but I did deserve an A.” Katie got through her junior year; she did her best and got all As and Bs. She really enjoyed her Teaching Professions class her second semester. She liked her placement choice she made; she went to the middle school the whole semester. Katie liked it so much that she tells herself that she is definitely going to take Teaching Professions II and III her senior year.
Today during class, while Chad was thinking about this, the teacher had asked for a tutor for Sophia. Being at the top of the class, and wanting to help her so much, Chad volunteered to help. “Hey, Sophia do you want to meet at my house or yours for tutoring?” “Yours please.” She pleaded because her house was a constant reminder of what is wrong with her, a reminder of how depressed... ... middle of paper ... ...at made me feel helpless. I never lost hope in her. I love her, she was my best friend and unannounced girlfriend.
I wasn’t challenged, inspired, or motivated by any of the teachers that I encountered during my years in school. Maybe there were those who tried to reach out to me but I wasn’t interested. Whatever the case, I graduated high school with no thought of ever becoming a teacher and with the attitude that education wasn’t important. Several years later, as my children started attending school, my view concerning teachers gradually started to change. Through volunteering and being at the school s quite often I began to see how wonderful teachers can be, as the majority of the teachers that I came in contact with seemed to be very passionate about their jobs.
Everyone has someone who impacts their life; my person happened to come to me in my 6th grade year when I met the teacher that had an influence on my life forever. Her name was Shonda Briggs, Mrs. Briggs was what I called her, and she was my English teacher. She was someone who taught me one of the most valuable lessons that I have learned so far in life: Never waste an opportunity to learn. In sixth grade I chose to express my feelings by turning to reading and writing. Mrs. Briggs could see that I wanted something more than most people did in the small town in Arkansas.