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    My educational experience has been exhausting but personally rewarding, from getting academically suspended from Porterville College, to making a triumphant return, I have experienced my own defeats and had made good come backs. Coming from relatively conservative parents who didn’t really support my personal endeavors and constantly comparing me to my siblings, only two of which actually got degrees but only after years because they got into relationships which only slowed their academic progress

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    Educational Experience While she makes a good point, I disagree on the grounds that students may have growth mindsets on a subject and a fixed on another.Carol explains to us that students with a fixed mindset are worried about facing a challenge because they don 't want to fail or feel dumb. Students have different ways of learning with different subjects. Like for example some might learn more in math than in english.Some might even struggle more than others and they need certain help for them

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    Freire presented his theories surrounding the system of oppression that exists in society and its impact on education through his book, Pedagogy of the Oppressed. This essay will provide an outline on incidents that have occurred during my educational experiences and how they relate to Freire’s theory on pedagogy of the oppressed. The discussion

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    Every child grows up with some or the other experience of scorn, mockery and humiliation. The sad fact is that your average school playground is a brutal place, scattered with bullies and children who are growing up listening to bigoted opinions. It is no fault of the children themselves, they are just seeds planted without caution or care; and with no proper guidance their stems sprout the wrong way. Growing up, I had an extremely hard time dealing with the fact that I came from a multi-cultural

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    My Educational Experience

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    Education Not all education is learned in school or taught by teachers, rather learned and obtained through personal endeavors. My educational experience has been quite a roller coaster. Something I have always told myself is ,"I wish I would have just stuck in school and finished right away." If it wasn 't for the fact that my perception of 'learning ' is much different from most people. Most people can read something and retain that information right away. And on the other hand, if you have

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    student’s educational experience can mold the events of his or her future. That is why I want to become a teacher. I want to be a mold for younger generations, and I hope for students to remember a knowledgeable and ethical teacher. The overall purpose of education is to provide the knowledge and some of the experience that a student needs to survive today. The world is harsh and fast-paced for newly graduated young adults to enter blindly. All the student has to take is the educational background

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    Master’s degree in Education. I will be teaching at different places around the country, as I will be moving frequently. My future occupational plans include working with the Department of Defense school systems. I will use my educational background and my life experiences to enlighten and teach my students. Issues that I feel are crucial to address which also pertain to my particular philosophy are increasing political awareness, raising racial tolerance and acceptance, reducing child abuse and

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    is how and what to teach children. Before one decides this, however, I believe it is important to know what your goals and purposes are. It is important to know why the children are being educated. It is my firm belief that in a person’s educational experience, they should be prepared for more than just their career. One of school’s many functions is socialization. School is where many roles are taught, such as gender roles. Students form a basis of how to exist within society. This can be

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    are shuffled around, we may not notice the others falling to the ground. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain . . . Let me stress that I am not speaking as a bitter product of the system who feels that school choice has hurt her educational experience. When it was first installed in our school, a number of parents, students and community members were outraged. They took a "not in my backyard" approach to the situation, bemoaning the influx of students from "bad schools." They thought that

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    Right Stuff

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    The Right Stuff As one advances in their educational process it becomes apparent that some of their instructors were a significant cut above the rest. These few individuals are inevitably viewed as master craftsmen. But why is it that some instructor’s posses the “right stuff” for being effective with their students while others do not? When one analyzes their educational experience, those instructors that were extremely effective appear to them as makers of fine wine, turning grapes into

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