My experience will also help me create a special relationship with my students because, I know how it feels to not be wanted and I know how it feels for people I don’t know to take me in and love me like my own. I understand that as a teacher I am going to be responsible for a unique group of individuals. Some students may come from homes that aren’t broke, where their parents aren’t divorced, where they have all the resources available to them in order from them to succeed, and some will not. Based on my experience and as an educator I feel it is my obligation to take those children and love on them just like they were my own children. It’s going to be my job to encourage a struggling student when their families won’t and show them how they can in fact achieve more than they think.
With Great Admiration Most of us think that the biggest role of our teachers is to give us all the knowledge we need as we take our life’s journey but, as our years with them grow, these teachers start to serve us a much greater role which is to help us realize what we want to be and strive for it. In school, our teachers teach lessons then give us tests. These tests are made not to make us suffer but to see whether we truly understand the lesson by mind and by heart. I believe that the way one teacher shares his lessons affects his students’ learning. A teacher who knows how to make a connection between him and his students is one thing that makes us, students, admire him.
Most importantly parents listened to me when I needed to talk to. When I hung over head, my parents pushed me forward with their stimulating words. Parents always try to disappear my problems and life becomes easier for me. I like their habit to help someone in need. Parents provide me the greatest emotional support in my life.
Although it is a universally accepted fact that doing community service is highly recommended for all people, students are rarely encouraged to do so in our society. In most Eastern countries, students are only expected to excel in their school work by their guardians while their spiritual welfare remains largely undermined and neglected. Community work is the collective labor by a group of people doing voluntary work, for the goal of helping out the community and the betterment of it. And while some may discourage students doing community work justifying that it distracts them from their studies, I strongly believe that students should involve themselves in community work as they can learn to be less selfish, realize the importance of giving back to society, and understand the issues in their community. Students are option fed with the notion that their school life should revolve around good grades.
One of my long-term personal goals is to bring up my children as functional happy adults. Teaching them right and wrong in a world so dishonest can be challenging. My husband and I work very hard at trying to accomplish this goal. Personal short-term goal I have is to maintain my organization skills while in school, work, and family. My family is very important to me and I do not want to miss out on important events in their lives.
A teacher is often your child’s number one fan. A teacher has a big role to fill and does it with ease. Students appreciate educators that possess those qualities. Some students do not receive encouragement at home and having a teacher who does care makes them want to succeed in life. If a student has one person who believes in him/her that is often the difference between success and failure.
WHAT IS A GOOD PARENT? When we were kid that we all looked up to our parent, they are our role model. We always dream that one day we just like them. As we growth older through school and life experiences we understand more and more that life is not easy and we can’t please everyone. The more we understand life often we ask ourselves this question: What is a good parent and how do I well become good parent one day?
Teachers may find certain students who lean on them for support and come to them for advice or to share their good news. Positive adult contact is crucial to raising well-balanced children, and teachers are often given the charge of being surrogate parents for their students. Besides being a role model to their students, teachers must also educate them. I feel being the provider of information is the second most
“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning because the most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do. ~ Brad Henry” Professor Jill and Professor Vellom challenged us to write a paper that answers in my opinion a simple question…why is it that you want to become a teacher? Of course the responses were none but expected. You had some students say working in a classroom setting with children and being able to teach them every day sounds. To be able to make a difference in their lives; to be able to praise them when they do something good, and to teach them when they do something wrong; to be able to show them things and know that they learned something when they walk out of their classroom.
We can learn and see if it is our favorite field of study. Our parents will give us encouragement and push us to study and accomplish our goal. In the second place, our experienced parents are the best teacher in this complicated society. In school, teacher teaches us sophisticated knowledge. Parents share their experience and teach their children not to make the same mistake they did.