Like many others, my interest in the field of Athletic Training began after a sports injury. I tore my ACL playing soccer when I was a sophomore in high school. After my injury I spent almost everyday with the Athletic Trainer for my high school. I always knew that I wanted to do something in the health care field but I had not figured out what yet. While working with Coach Bazemore and seeing what he does on daily basis, I decided that Athletic Training was the area I wanted to focus my studies on.
I believe that as a teacher, our role is to provide the students the best education so they can be someone in the future, people with values, responsibilities and capability to form a better society. I decided to become a teacher because I want to make a huge impact in our society. I think that if more people are educated, our society will be more effective and we will be living in a different world than we are now. Teachers are very important in our society because we need them to provide our youth with the knowledge and social experiences they will need to improve their future and the future of the entire planet. As an educator, I would like to influence many students’ lives and help them understand what the purposes of obtaining an education are.
Since I was in 5th grade I started with my sports (cross country, basketball, and track).The sports help me with my inner self and helps me to cool down when I have too much going on. Being in sports yearlong helps me stay in shape and healthy. Being in sports is what makes me who I’ am. It gives me confidence in myself and helps me push myself to make something of myself. I’m a sophomore in High School and I have 2 more years till I graduate.
Generation Y have been born into a technological era, which makes them natural visual and kinesthetic learners. The use of technologies will also make the information more authentic and relatable to the real world of my students. I will implement Vygotsky's zone of proximal development (ZPD) to scaffold the students to complete tasks that they may not have been able to complete on their own, so they develop the competence to do the task independently. (Groundwater-Smith, S., Mitchell, J., Brenan, McFadden, 2003 p. 118). This also means that the students, and myself, will be jointly involved in the construction of ideas and understanding.
English Compositions I I’m writing about the obstacles I had to have come by returning to school to reach my goal of getting my college degree. If you want to return to school there would be more opportunity and able to get a job that I can enjoy doing every day. Returning to school opens up opportunity in my career and personal life. It will teach me more and give me more experience with the new courses I will be doing. I have always wanted to get my degree in Medical and Criminal Justice.
While teaching as a substitute teacher I learned that students respond differently to the way things are presented. One of my job as their teacher was to continue to find another way to help them understand what I am teaching. I believe that there are numerous ways that a child can learn by, and I want to be able to encourage as much learning as possible from each child. I believe that using different methods of instruction is the most effective way to accurately determine what method will work best in my classroom. These methods can include group work, hands-on activities, and peer to peer activities.
The education I will receive by returning to school will make a huge difference in my life. In June 2011 I enrolled in Ashford University. Choosing to return to school will help me get a job that I like doing, support my family finically, set a good example for my child, and basically just having a degree. My family has been pressuring me to return to school for the longest. I think since I decided to enroll in school, it will help me get a job that I will enjoy doing.
Of course the coach made observations during conditioning, but it wasn't stressed as it would be during tryouts. We ran two miles four days a week within our conditioning, and also did some weight lifting and exercising to get in better shape. As the conditioning continued I was still working on my skills during my off time while at my local recreational center by my house to better myself outside of being in shape. Tryouts was around the corner and I was very confident about it because I felt I was doing my best to prepare myself for just that. I also knew that if I didn't make it, it would have broken my little heart and I would be letting a lot of people down who were expecting me to breeze right through it.
The fight for respect and a position on each team seem hard, but to never give up or in had been the only thing on my mind. I took advantage of each opportunity given to me. I learn from playing for four different foot teams “to bloom where you’re planted.” In the 9th grade I played for the North Cobb Warriors 9th grade football teams. Playing football for the Warriors had comfort me, because I was able to be with all my friends. Immediately the coaches moved me and three others up to varsity when both of the varsity running backs had been seriously injured.
They will have a learning plan tailored to their needs, allowing them to succeed at an increased pace. • Coaching classes can be provided specifically for certain entrance exams. This gives your child a head start in the admissions process, placing them above candidates that have not had coaching classes. Therefore they are more likely to gain a place. coaching center reduces thinking power they just start one competition between the students.