Statement of Purpose: University of North Carolina - Greensboro PAIL Program What do you want to be when you grow up? This common childhood question usually has a quick, easy answer in youth; but a more complex, unsure answer as one nears adulthood. What I wanted to be when I grew
We display this because we want the parents to value their children’s efforts as this will increase the child’s levels of self confidence.
In the Beginning After spending approximately 54 hours with a classroom, there is an abundance of experiences I could elaborate on that taught me something. Starting at the beginning, I was anxious about this placement. I knew I loved children, but I felt an incredible amount of pressure to ensure that being a teacher is exactly what I want to do, as my program is so direct in that career path.
Essay One: Why I Want To Pursue a Degree In ECE Angelina D. Lewis MOC @ Wilmington EDU 305 Early Childhood Education June 7, 2011 2 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
Working with children and supporting their learning is my passion. I have always been inspired by the opportunity teaching offers each child to reach their full potential; which understandably plays a crucial part in children achieving lifelong learning.
It was a delightful feeling to converse with many of my fellow students that share the same passion as myself.
I am a great teacher and am passionate about achieving my goals. I have several years of teaching experience and my enthusiasm for teaching children has only grown.
I believe I should be selected for the Marguerite Gottenberg History Scholarship because of my passion for education and the impact I believe I can achieve in the classroom after getting my degree from Boise State. I am currently studying History Secondary Education and German at Boise State. I
said, “Yes”. To my surprise she was holding a handful of “exotic goods”. On our way back a
Johnson.Session1. Journal Every day I wake up to two little boys, they look up at me and say “Good morning Mom” in
Young 1 When I finish my associates in Arts at Greenville Technical College, I plan to transfer to get my Bachelors (B.A.) in Early Childhood Education from University of South Carolina- Columbia. I chose this career because I love children with a passion and every job I’ve had has been with
PGE #1: Mentoring and Leadership Reflecting back over the years since receiving my initial National Board Certification, I clearly see that the mentoring roles I have been a part of have been the most rewarding. Mentoring has enabled me to collaborate with others new to the profession as well
Teaching young minds is a task that cannot be taken lightly. It can be full of challenges, frustrations, and responsibilities. However, it is a task that is also full of excitement, and joy which helps my passion for teaching to continue to grow. I love the quote from Dave Burgess book, “Teach Like A Pirate” when he writes, “It doesn’t matter what subject you teach. You can become totally engaging to your audience if they can feel your passion and love for what you are doing. You will draw students in as if by some magnetic force.” I am extremely
It wasn’t until junior year of high school, I realized I had a strong passion for teaching and helping others. When I was a child, dress-up and tea parties were never an option for my “play-date” guests. I was always pretending to be a teacher, while my guest landed the role as the student in class along with all of my stuffed animals and dolls. I have always dreamed of becoming a teacher, but it wasn’t until I reached high school I realized I wanted to become a high school teacher. For a while I was unsure of what I would like to teach. All I knew was I wanted to teach at a secondary level. During senior year, I found my passion. I realized Family and Consumer Science was the path for me.
respect, kindness, and willingness to help us achieve. The calling to become a teacher came on to me very subtly. I’ve been in a broad spectrum of