As I look back on my path of education, I strongly believe Einstein Middle School opened my horizon into a wonderful world of a success! At Einstein Middle School I was introduced to a world of amazing teaching staff -- that allowed and encouraged me to look outside of the box! The opportunities to participate in a variety of activities, I enjoyed playing on the basketball and softball team, a contributor for the T.I.M.E.S (school newspaper),helping raise money for the Old Glory Honor Flight was a true honor. Throughout the projects I encountered at Einstein, I developed connections with business firms and learned high levels of education such as creating a research binder that includes valuable techniques such as citing sources and using
Education is the gradual process of meaning making and acquiring “knowledge.” One views the world through his or her own set of lenses or filters, from his or her own perspective, and the mind of the learner attempts to connect new information to existing schema to make new connections. These constructions and connections in the brain become "knowledge." Therefore, knowledge when people begin to understand facts or information through experience and/or learning. We begin to realize, through knowledge, details that we learn in isolation are actually interconnected. Education can be intentional or unintentional and can occur everywhere and at any time. Education is greatly influenced by affective factors and social context. It has both internal and external value, both to a person and to all of society.
My head is spinning from all the awesome memories from Lake Elmo Elementary, K-5th grade. I’ve been through so much during my years here. Every day I learn something new. Although times can be tough, I have my teachers and friends to help me get through it. My experience here has been wonderful. Kindergarten and 1st grade have been great, 2nd and 3rd grade were amazing, 4th grade was the best, and 5th grade was extraordinary. I think school is about the little things that change your mind and the way you see the world.
Over the years I went to a traditional school. I just transfered schools this year. I go to High Marq Environmental Charter School and it is pretty much teaching yourself and shows you hands on work instead of reading from a book. I transfered so I could get away from bullying, and to actually be tought something helpful in life and so far it's going really good.
For elementary school to middle school I attended Federico Degetau a public school about twenty minutes from the area I was living at. For ninth and tenth grade I attended the Academia Adventist del Norte, which was a Christian academy. I have great memories from that wonderful academy. One of which I had my first leadership position of being the president of my gradating class (9th grade). Walking into the classroom of that academy I remember as if it were today, feeling a sense
Superior Elementary school was the best school. I was so anxious to start the fourth grade. Me and my siblings would lay out our new school outfits and have everything ready for school the next day. We would also have our book bags full of supplies put together all neat in the bags put to the side. The day before schools start me and my two sisters would go get our hair done at the salon. My brothers would get a haircut.
Education is defined as, “The act or process of educating or being educated, the knowledge or skill obtained or developed by a learning process, a program of instruction of a specified kind or level, the field of study that is concerned with the pedagogy of teaching and learning, as well as an instructive or enlightening experience” (No author). People begin their education from day one till the day they die. Every day we learn new things in different ways. Whether someone is just telling us some random fact or you are sitting in a classroom being lectured by a professor. The main focus of this classical argument involves the learning that is done in the classroom or lecture hall in the schools of America today. The question arose as to
Sixth grade was enjoyable because of the great faculty. Mr. Driscoll, my math teacher and advisor, is a admirable friend who always wants to have a good time. He is one teacher that supported me with transitioning to middle school. Another teacher that accompanied me during sixth grade was Ms. Hunsucker, my LC and RC teacher, and she is a great role model for any student in need. One disadvantage about sixth grade was the level of intensity for home learning had increased, but these teachers helped me persevere. In conclusion, these are only a few people that helped me transition to middle
My Junior started at Saint Paul’s High school, it was a semi-small school from what i thought. The hallways were small and always crowded when we switched classes. Everyone knew of everybody, but most probably never even talked to one another. There was so much drama, everyone talked about everybody, you just could not be yourself. The staff was not really understanding, I was constantly feeling stressed and worried. I Eventually decided to go to my sister’s school, Highlander Academy.
What does education really mean? Experts believe that education is “the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.” In other words, this is saying that education is when you receive information only from a fixed plan and this has a higher chance of getting received from a public school or university. I do not believe this is a great way to define the word education. I believe education is not a “fixed plan” because I know family members who did not graduate from high school or even go to elementary school, and they still know many things, such as math, because of the experiences they have gone through. I also believe that education is not brought up in a school
It was a big change because I went to a class of 30, to a class of 6 and later 7. Middle school was great! I shot my first big buck in 7th grade and drew the Highwoods elk tag in 8th grade, only to get my first bull elk. I fell in love with the small school. It was nice to know all the other students and all the teachers. My mom became more relaxed and soon got her first job in such a long time after getting her bachelor's degree. Being in an actual house was wonderful too! Most of my elementary life was spent living in my grandpa’s apartment complex. So, our house and property slowly grew into what is now. We have our main house, a greenhouse, and a shop. Our family also grew. We were able to have chickens, gained another dog, another cat, parakeets, and this past year we got a pig, basically a little
The term ‘education’ can mean many things. An education is the collective knowledge a person has, but what does an education mean? Although an education can be paid for, no one can physically give you an education, so it is not a gift. There are societal situations where an education is a necessity, but not many globally. Education is a tool to be utilized differently in every part of the world. Knowledge is power, but some knowledge is more powerful depending on your region. If you are part a primitive tribe in New Guinea, a person that is considered to be educated may be illiterate. Whereas in America, an illiterate person would have trouble functioning at all in society. Education is a tool that is to be
Education has been around for centuries. Since the beginning of time. All the way back to the time of Noah from the Bible. There have been many different styles, teaching and tactics of education. From learning the basics in the beginning of time like speaking languages, writing and the word of God, to what teachers are teaching today in normal schools like science, history, math, english, the list goes on. Throughout history people have been educated in very many numerous ways like being self taught, having a tutor, learning from family members, online school, home school, and also just plain old sitting in a classroom and being taught by a teacher with many students around one another. As time has gone by
My education was based on rules , norms , moral and civil obligations at very young age. These are the mission, philosophy and foundation of Catholic’s education that I grow up with. I can honestly say that been educated under these principles that helped me to adopted an invaluable concept of discipline and responsibility. I can be anything more than grateful to spend twelve years of my life learning from outstanding teachers and Nuns. I enjoyed coming to school every singled day.