The mission statement and core values of Marywood University have been instilled upon the facility and student body to act as guidelines for completing your education, making you a more rounded individual, and to prepare you for the future. They are not only values that the university wants you to follow but they should be used as guidelines for your life before and after your time at Marywood. At Marywood University there is a Mission Statement and Core Values for everyone to follow. The Core Values are, Catholic Identity, Respect for Each Person, Empowerment, Service and Commitment to Excellence. Marywood University takes pride in their liberal arts program.
8 February 2014 Period 6 Giving Community 100 Hours for Your Diploma The District of Columbia was one of the first large school districts to include community service as a graduation requirement. The community service requirement aims to equip students with the necessary skills and abilities for careers as well as to motivate students to take an active role as leaders in their communities. Community service hours also appear on your high school transcripts, which leads to an upper hand in the college of your choice. College administrators love seeing youth take a role and help their communities; there are so many helpful advantages to this requirement. I for one agree with school boards requiring 100 hours of community service to graduate.
STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOME Rock Valley College have been and will continue to help student graduate or continue their education with the best knowledge of the student learning outcome also knowing as SLO. The six SLO are Communicate effectively, Integrate technology into all fields of knowledge and expression, Demonstrate competency in critical thinking, Respect and work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and abilities, Demonstrate the behaviors of ethical and socially responsible citizens, and last one is Demonstrate personal wellness. In the real world SLO is very important; u might not need to learn all of them, but at least most, RVC knows that’s important for the real world, career and life we as student choose. Upon completion of the RVC, we as students should be able to recognize and understand SLO and master it. What is SLO?
194). The Holy Spirit is the one thing and person that makes the difference in the Christian life. He is the one who comes in our hearts and gives us identity and purpose. We communicate this to students through a changed lifestyle, showing that Jesus can and will give you true identity and security. Conclusion In conclusion, I truly love this book, Timeless Youth Ministry.
I will be exposed to new things as well as new people. Finally I would like to develop the skills and be a leader as referred to by Eugene B. Habecker, “The true leader serves people. Serves their best interests, and in so doing will not always be popular, may not always impress. But because true leaders are motivated by loving concern rather than a desire for personal glory they are willing to pay the
The pre-service educator thinks if someone who encourages learning along with required truths is known as an ideal educator. Additionally, there are more than a few facets needed of a teacher like imagination, inspiration, and eagerness; one needs these facets to survive as an educator. Indeed, as a continuing occupation this has been a high request for every person in the education line of work. On the other hand, recognizing that the students are the future, they are worth the facets of education. By being familiar with the philosophies of education has helped the pre-service identify with and the ones that correlates with the per-service principles are behaviorism, essentialism, and progressivism.
A career in human services can be rewarding and at the same time stressful, some who chose this career was born to be a human service worker, they were born caring and compassionate, while others have to work at it, not everyone is cut out to have a career in helping others. The ones that are, have special qualities that are a great benefit to everyone they help. A human service worker gives up their time to help others and often for very little salary. It takes a very special type of person to work in any type of human service work and the world is a better place thanks to these people. To be a human service worker one must first be trained to obtain the adequate knowledge to be successful in ones chosen field of study, which can vary depending on where the person want to help.
By being part of such a prestigious national society I hope to create great awareness for many causes. Not only would I contribute to the ideas and advancement of this organization but I’d hope to help in the process of executing them as well. The main goals of the society are to promote the four pillars into young students and have them grow onto it resulting in a model high school student. I wish for all students to follow these pillars because they can lead to success as well as betterment of the school and
Effective teachers and leaders are being placed in these schools to help student learn the necessary skills needed and achieve to their highest potential. The new teacher and principal evaluations are assisting with this goal. These evaluations are singling out the highest achieving teachers through the evaluation process as well as tracking the students’ performance and achievement. This evaluation system is encouraging “deeper analysis and use of data to focus on student needs” (Real Progress in Maryland, 2014). According to Astuto, Clark, McGree, Pelton Fernandez, and Read (1994), effective educators demonstrate a level of expertise that surpasses that of a teacher that has just basic skills.
College students have short-term and long-term goals that they desire to achieve. Achieving a goal at any level would be a great accomplishment of mine. My objective is to work hard at improving my writing skills, having better study skills, and becoming an enhanced student overall. Once I graduate from GCU; I will have a higher level of communication skills, and confidence to become professional and skilled in all that I achieve. A college degree in Elementary Education is essential to me because I want to teach others the value of fun, learning, and the capability to be involved in exciting adventures throughout life.