I have always known that I wanted to make a difference in society by becoming a teacher, due to my love of children and helping people understand various topics. I have worked with children by babysitting, instructing karate, leading children’s Sunday school, and working at a summer camp. By doing these activities I have established bonds with diverse groups of children, but at the same time, I kept a professional and respectable boundary. I have successfully worked inside a planning department alongside people of all ages and personalities in planning activities and lessons for kids.
Upon first entering college, I struggled deciding at such a young age what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. Through babysitting and volunteering with pre-school aged children at my church and through a school program called STARS, it became evident to me I had a love for helping children. It fascinated me to see how they viewed the world around them and how quickly they learned new truths everyday. Nevertheless, I knew I would not get the full enjoyment interacting with children as a schoolteacher because the teacher to student ratio is so large. Classroom demands would make it much more difficult to devot individualized attention to each student, and I did not like that concept. So
Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve known what I wanted to do. I am one of those people who was blessed enough to realize my passion at an early age. As far back as I can remember, I’ve wanted to become a teacher. I can remember as a child sitting in my room, surrounded by my stuffed animals (or students, as I saw them) and forcing my younger brother to sit still and quietly do the work I assigned him. I even had two baskets which I kept on my little wooden desk; one for my “students” to turn in work, and the other for more work which needed to be graded. I spent many afternoons
The patient tells me she thinks she has bacterial vaginosis. She had this diagnoses in the past and says it seems somewhat similar to her. She has had a little bit of discharge, which has been a [____] color. She has had really no odor associated with this discharge. It has been present for the last couple of days. Yesterday and only yesterday on one occasion did she had some burning after urination. She has not had that today at all and urination has been normal. She has not noticed any sores or redness down below but she has not really paid much attention either. She had no history of prior sores in the vaginal area. No history of an STD. She is married.
Why a Teacher? Mrs. Crawford has always wanted to be a teacher, in fact ever since she was a little girl. She adopted this career because of her love of learning. At one point she wanted to be a physical therapist, but it changed back to teacher.
When her daughter was diagnosed with Tetrasomy 18p at five weeks old, Lack of knowledge of the condition lead doctors to tell Tracey that her daughter was not likely live past 12 months. Now 8 and a half years later, Tracey Healy is Jessica’s full time carer.
Tracey is a 16 year old teenager in Lialee's world. She is very close friends with Lialee, Alex, and Cam, though she has grown quite attached to Lialee. Often using the nickname she made up for her, "Leeli". Lialee doesn't let anyone else use this nickname. Tracey is around 5'4" and weighs about 94 pounds.Tracey is also a Balinese cat hybrid (Hybrids are a mix of two species, Tracey, in this case, is the mix between a human female and a Balinese cat). Tracey also smokes marijuana regularly (with consequence).She smokes to forget, and it usually works. She's in a constant state of high and rarely ever isn't "intoxicated" by the soft drug. Though she has had more than one "bad trip"(see marijuana doc) she avidly refuses to give it up. Saying
Ms. Brooks started off helping special needs children and then went on to work at a Daycare. Seeing each child face every day motivates her to continue on even when she don’t want to. Ms. Brooks plays a major part in her community. During back-to school week she provides kids with school supplies for the
Ms. Rose became a teacher because she enjoys helping children, and gets a fulfilling feeling when she does. She enjoys that teachers have summers and weekends off, unlike a job that’s all year round. Having time off will benefit her in the future when she has children, as she will be able to spend more time with them than someone with a different job. Before deciding to become
“Darlene,” Walker whispered. He didn’t like Tracey, hadn’t from the moment he’d met her when he was fifteen, but she was Darlene’s mother. Some level of respect had to be exercised.
Lauren became a special education teacher because she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. She decided to become a special education teacher because she wanted to teach students with disabilities. Her overall goal was to make a difference and it is evident that she is making an impact on her students and their
Krissy was studying early childhood education because she really wanted to be a teacher. The activity’s
Tracey first decided to be a nurse when at the young age of eleven when she was in hospital with appendicitis. During her short stay in the hospital, Tracey was in the care of several people, but she too a particular liking to one nurse and decided that she would like to pursue a career
She has always seen (and still does) see children as the future, so she has solely taught them and her future teaching includes only them. Her first paid teaching job was at around age twelve where she taught kindergarteners and preschoolers over the summer at a day camp. She taught reading, counting and shapes. Her first teaching job out of college was in 1997, so she’s been teaching for almost twenty years. She can explicitly remembering wanting to teach children because she’s always seen children as the future; as the key to a better future. Even when she went to graduate school and received her PHD, it was naturally assumed that she would take on a professor’s teaching
Why am I a teacher? When I was a child I always had to pretend play school with my friends and I always had to be the teacher. My mom was a preschool teacher at the local day care center and I grew up seeing her cut bulletin boards and plan lessons. My best friend in middle school 's mom was also a teacher. I never wanted to be anything else and didn 't really have a back up plan if this teaching thing didn 't work out. In this paper I will take you on a journey through my educational years in elementary school and middle school, my time high school, delve into my time in college and then into my career as a teacher.