Saturday, December 3, 2011
I want to become a teacher. I think it is such a rewarding career. I do not want to be just any teacher; I want to be a special education teacher. I want work with young children that have disabilities. I love to work with children. Children and children with special needs bring me so much joy.
Being a teacher for me is a rewarding career for me. I teach two and three year olds on Sunday at church. Teachers have a job to teach our children. Our children are our future. They will be the one that will take care us in the future, as I get older. They will be the doctors, lawyers, policemen, nurses and many other things. Being a teacher I watch the children grow and help them learn what they need to know. I want to teach them to be better people in the world.
Children with special needs require more attention. They also need extra help to do simple task like talking, walking, eating and going to the bathroom. Children with special needs take a lot of energy and time. It also takes a lot of patience to take care of them and being able to teach them. They rely on their parent and their teacher to take care of them and help them out.
Children and children with special needs bring so much joy to my heart. Watching them have fun at school is great. I want to make school fun for kids. If they are having fun and learning at the same time that means I am doing my job as a teacher.
I think all children are special. Children with disabilities’ are just as wonderful and special as those children without disabilities’. I want to be a teacher. I really want to be a teacher in the special education department. Being a teacher is such a rewarding career that I am looking forward to. I am excited about the change in career I have made in my life.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
What has been the most important thing you learned in school? What has been the most important thing you learned outside school?
The most important thing I learned in school is how to get along with everybody. Outside of school i learned that family will always be there for me no matter what.
Which have been the most important learnings in your life - those from your non-school educationor from your schooling?
I think the most important thing I learned is from outside from school. I think learned more from my family. My grandmother taught me how to cook and clean and take care of my family.