I known about Rutgers New Brunswick through friends of mine who a Herd the University. They told me that Rutgers undergraduate degree programs are comprehensive and include a spectrum of majors. When I read about Rutgers, I found that Rutgers is truly impressive because of the way that the faculty, students, and community help to create an environment that celebrates dreams, empowers aspiration, and supports individual efforts. I also like Rutgers because they pair college degrees with experience. So, at Rutgers, I will take classroom instruction to a higher level through personal attention and hands-on experience.
I am currently a year 11 students at Beauchamp College. I believe myself to be a dedicated, self-motivated as well as a confident person. I can complete tasks on my own but I can also work well as part of a team. More over I cope extremely well under pressure and always aspire to do everything to the best of my ability. Whilst I have clear objectives, I also take in advice and use it to better my self as a person.
I accomplished Middle School but I am now in the middle of my Freshman year. I will soon be in the sophomore class. I have volunteered at my church and at other activities held at my gym, Power and Grace. I participated in state gymnastics the years 2014 and 2015.
In my upcoming high school years I hope to try new things and push my comfort zone, strengthen my academic abilities, and make new friends, as well as strengthen my existing friendships. I look forward to attending Villa Maria Academy next year for high school. I am excited for all
High school students see adulthood as an entirely new world that they must navigate, and unfortunately, many high school students are just not ready for it. Instead of throwing high schoolers into the jungle of adulthood without warning them of the many responsibilities that they must bear, why not give them, at the least, a taste of what they need to know before they
Music has always been integral in my life. During my childhood, when I was four years old, I pressed my fingers on an oven handle like a piano. Throughout my childhood years I listened to my mom’s old-school mix CD’s, along with the Pandora music app on my old Kindle. In fifth grade, I picked up the piano. My alto saxophone studies began in seventh grade. When high school arrived, I turned my focus to guitar and voice. The more knowledge I absorbed, the more knowledge I craved. My decision to pursue music was also influenced by the inspirations I’ve encountered on my journey so far.
I’ve always loved children and helping to care for them, and the opportunity to be a teaching assistant in SMIC’s annual summer camp in 2013 was perfect for me. I’ve always loved babysitting, but actually being able to teach seemed fun and different. For two weeks of July, along with the teacher I was assigned to, I helped teach basic English to eight year-olds from local Chinese schools. Although they could be rowdy or annoying at times, I grew fond of these kids and they of me. I learned to be patient with these children and not get irritated at what I thought were simple words or phrases. I discovered that teaching younger children was not only about teaching them the content in their textbooks, but also caring for them and helping them grow mentally. Situations like breaking up
I write in pursuit of becoming a teaching assistant for EG-1003 beginning this fall. I seek this position wishing to further develop my skills in communication and collaboration. Furthermore, I would admire watching student creativity in action when they work in the labs and interacting with others when helping them
As defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary, an adult is someone who is mature, sensible, and fully grown. Upon entering adulthood and leaving behind the teenage years, life becomes a lot more difficult. Young adults have to find a job, somehow pay taxes, figure out how to rent an apartment, find a college, figure out their major, somehow fit a job and college into their lives, and move out of their parents’ house. Upon graduating high school, new adults have a lot on their plate. They didn’t even learn how to do any of this in high school! Unprepared, stressed and fresh out of high school. A course that teaches high school students what will be expected of them after graduation would better the upcoming generations and ease their entry into
One of the most unique traits of Central High School is its commitment to provide a well- rounded education in a variety of academic fields. As a student with a wide range of interests in both the sciences and arts, I see this institution as one that has the potential
Ms. Bennett reported that she felt she was managing her schoolwork relatively okay at school. However, she stated that when she was in her forth grade, the school involuntarily placed her in Individualized Education Program (IEP) even though she did not feel the need. Ms. Bennett admitted that she is in fact a slow learner, but that she felt “indifferent” from other students. She reported that the teachers from the IEP did not do anything to teach the objective material but allowing a group of students, including Ms. Bennett to watch a series of movies during class for the entire grades since the beginning of the placement. She described that no one was encouraged to learn in the IEP classroom, and furthermore, their classroom was located in the back of the school behind all the classrooms for the regular curriculum as if the students in the IEP were not important. Ms. Bennett explained that she was able to obtain passing grades regardless of what she did in the classroom.
Educational Autobiography As a young student my goal was to fly under the radar going unnoticed. However, time combined with life experiences changed my perspective and I am now very motivated to cultivate my academic skills to reach my full potential. Although I was smarter than most of my peers, as a product of growing up in lower income neighborhoods I was becoming as Rose puts it “ One of those rough-hewn intellectuals whose sources are a mix of the learned and the apocryphal” (3). In other words I was one of those intellectuals who was rough around the edges and my sources were limited to what I figured out along with being doubtful. The more time went by, the more I learned that I was in charge of the outcome of my life, and that I didn’t have to follow the path that was laid before me that so many of my friends and family had taken.
I started to gain interest in leadership and helping others in Junior High. I was really inspired by the upperclassmen. So, with the motivation I had, I applied to be in W.E.B. It is an organization where you become role models for your underclassmen and you also help around campus.
As I think of my career, one thing comes to mind is improving the education system in the classroom setting. I plan to get certified to teach secondary education or more specifically the subject of English. My career will begin at the high school, I plan to teach High School English for at least five years. During these years, I hope to continue my own education to receive my master’s degree that way I can better improve my abilities. In doing this I can also improve my teaching abilities, thus helping my students’ education experience.
I like your point when you talked about know our students and learn the personalities of all the students. Also,