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...– Field & Clinical Experiences: Field and clinical experiences, offered in collaboration with PK-12 schools, support the development of educators. Junior Achievement allowed to me to experience field work through their program through an elementary school. These hours in the field helped me gain insight on what it is like to be teacher for the first time in a real class room.
In conclusion, Junior Achievement allowed me the opportunity to jump into the field of education. It was an insightful experience which opened my eyes to just how fun and important teaching can be. I was able to experience different teaching strategies and methods of teaching. Teachers have to be open to change and have to follow certain standards to ensure their students are getting the best education and I am grateful that Junior Achievement had a program available to new education students.
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