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    Teaching - A Rewarding Profession Being the first to attend college in my family, it was hard to decide what field I wanted to go into. There were so many choices. In making such a large lifelong decision, I decided to follow my heart. I thought back to when I was in high school at Narrows. I had a wonderful experience there. I also had some great, inspiring teachers. One teacher sticks out clearly to me. It was my AP Biology class my senior year. The teacher expected so much. He

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    The Call to a Rewarding Service Believers in Christ are the most fortunate people in the world. The reasons for this are very numerous. Our calling is a blessed call, our calling is without regret – you cannot regret you wholeheartedly followed Jesus, our calling is a call of holiness, our calling is a call to come out of uncertainty to certainty, our calling is a call out from the world to the Lord and our Creator, our calling is a call out of death to life – this life is quantitative and qualitative

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    Does Technology Help Us To Live More Rewarding And Meaningful Lives? “Technology might be described as a further step in applied science by means of the improvement of instruments”{4}. Technology was developed initially to conquer/subdue the environment (non-human nature) as a means of allowing man to live a more comfortable life. Technological development was driven by the Protestant liberal ethic of the eighteenth century Europeans who utilized their new scientific knowledge to develop

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    Rewarding Mediocrity

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    and Self-Esteem in Adolescents” Principal Leadership. 7.6 (2007): 11-16 Loveless, Tom and Paul DiPerna. “In Praise of Mediocrity” Education Next. 2007. 20 Mar. 2007 < http://www.hoover.org/publications/ednext/3389406.html> Stossel, John. “Rewarding Mediocrity.” New York Sun Online. 23 Feb. 2006. JFS Productions Inc. 15 Mar. 2007. “Too many teacher colleges major in mediocrity” USA Today.com 3 Mar. 2002. USA Today. 20 Mar. 2007 United States. Department of Commerce. Census Bureau. High

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    A Career as a Teacher

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    There are many things I find rewarding about teaching. I find that if I had a bad night the day before, I can come into class and the children will always find a way to put a smile on my face no matter how bad I am feeling. I love the way a students face lights up when they try and understand a concept and it takes them a little while, but when they finally do, their face just looks like they can accomplish anything in their lives. That’s what I find most rewarding. I believe that the most challenging

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    migration

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    now ask my father the reasons why we moved so often back then, he tells me that he was in search for a better standard of living. He mentioned that we were never forced to move because of a financial situation, but instead he wanted to find a more rewarding occupation to live more elegantly. He wanted to find a place with a good education system for his children and also wanted to live in a warm climate not too distant from the beach. With these three pull factors we moved many times during my childhood

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    Educational Philosophy

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    Educational Philosophy Teachers have the role of shaping students for tomorrow. They help them academically, personally, and socially. I cannot think of any other career that would be as rewarding as teaching. A teacher has the opportunity everyday to change a student’s life. One of the reasons I want to become an educator is because I want to have a positive influence on a student’s life. I think in today’s society it’s crucial for students to feel like they have a positive role model.

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    mariachi include the Guitarron, vihuela, violin, harp, guitar, and the trumpet. When played together, they form a beautiful music which I have come to love. In my own experience, mariachi can be a very challenging style to play, but it can also be rewarding in the end. Playing mariachi is how I became the awesome trumpet player I am today. I came across mariachi for the first time in eighth grade. It was the beginning of the year and I heard from the school councilor that there was going to be a mariachi

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    thirteen years of schooling have had on you and your classmates in a new and unused way? My valedictorian address was one of the hardest papers-or speeches in this case-that I ever had to compose. The effort put into it also made it the most rewarding as well. “For a college application I was asked what saying I would publicize if given the opportunity. My answer was ‘Living is doing, not merely being.’” Those two sentences were my favorite part of the speech. I talked about taking charge of our

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    Privilege and Democracy

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    could sense that this country had a history of oppressive racism, but at the same time after living here for two years, I have come to the conclusion that racism is still present. It is hard to understand why, because for me it is so refreshing and rewarding to integrate and live with people of different races. I do not have that opportunity in Serbia, since there, we lack diversity. Tatum asks us to think of racism not only in terms of personal prejudice, but as something larger, that operates as

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