Free Essays on My Role Model Teacher

  1. Philosophy of Education

    Skinner created behaviorism and this is what I selected as my philosophy for education. Behaviorism uses conditioning to effect behaviors of students. Teachers can apply positive and negative reinforcements, such as stickers, praise, and rewards. My philosophy of teaching is that students should be able...

  2. Philosophy Paper

    to express their creativity. Children do not like sitting in a desk for eight hours a day. If I were a teacher, I would like to be able to take the children outside and work. In my classroom, I want my children to have a fun learning environment. The classroom is where a child spends most of their time...

  3. Teacher

    up, most of the time the reply that one gets is ‘a teacher’. This explains the importance, the influence that a teacher has on a child. It is clear that ‘Teachers are Role Models’ for their students. Students tend to pick role models from their teachers. The interaction that we have with our students...

  4. Why I Would Want to Be a Teacher.

    BECOMING A TEACHER Page 1 Why I would want to be a Teacher Jamie Croneberger Grand Canyon University- EDU 310 August 16th, 2012 BECOMING A TEACHER Page 2 I want to become a teacher because I, one day, ant to open up my own Day Care Center where I can teach and help the toddlers and...

  5. Analysis of One-to-One and Group class in ESL Classes in CMIP & CNS 1

    A Research on Analysis of One-to-One and Group class in ESL Classes in CMIP & CNS1: Advantages and Disadvantages, Teaching Styles and Teacher Roles Table of Contents CHAPTER 1: THE PROBLEM Background of the study Theoretical / Conceptual Framework Statement of the problem...

  6. Mba Pursuits

    requirement and not a chore in my everyday life. In my pursuit for striving for excellence I have decided to pursue achieving my Masters of Business Administration. I have always lived by the motto of, “Honorable Achievement in Every Field of Human Endeavor.” I believe that by obtaining my MBA that it will help...

  7. Teaching Conversation and Negotiation Skills

    Teaching Conversation and Negotiation Skills in English Using Teacher-Made, Semi-Scripted Conversation Models (New Zealand) Heather Denny Statement of the Issue For many years now I have been teaching English as an additional language to adult migrants and refugees from Asia, South America, Europe...

  8. Voting Rep.

    children more? As a teacher and parent, I strongly believe that the latter is a good choice. Gender-based classes can improve our children’s academic achievement through proper approaches suitable for their learning styles, foster better behaviors through promotion of role models and encourage them to...

  9. Dttls Unit 2.1 Continuing Personal and Professional Development

    Continuing Personal and Professional Development Task 1: The role of a teacher has changed considerably over the years in the past the teacher may have been perceived as being the fountain of all knowledge and the purveyor of information. I would like to think we are still the fountain of all...

  10. My Grade

    others of my reasoning why physical educators are important and why it is my dream to become one. There are three main points I would like to discuss: the value of physical education ,being a role model ,and why it is my dream to become one. The value of physical education P.E. teachers bring to schools...

  11. Is There Really a Need to Recruit More Male Teachers Into Primary Schools or Is It a Case of Substance over Quality?

    Is there really a need to recruit more male teachers into primary schools or is it a case of substance over quality? In many developed countries (including Australia, Finland, New Zealand, United States and the United Kingdom) there has, for the past ten years, been growing concern in relation to the...

  12. Number One Teacher

    Number One Teacher (Name of teacher), I'm happy that you're my teacher; I enjoy each lesson you teach. As my role model you inspire me To dream and to work and to reach. With your kindness you get my attention; Every day you are planting a seed Of curiosity and motivation To know and to grow...

  13. Idealism

    much as having students with a broad view and understanding of the world in which they live. Idealism emphasizes the role of the teacher, a skillful questioner, who should be a model for the person we want children to become. While the lecture method is still important in an idealist’s education system...

  14. Educational Philosophy Statement

    caring, comfortable and safe environment for my students. Together, we will establish routines that are predictable and consistent. All children will be treated with gentleness, honesty and respect. I will encourage them to treat others in this same manner. My classroom will be an unbiased atmosphere where...

  15. Reason to Be a Teacher

    Why I Want to Be a Teacher Racheal Yorek Grand Canyon University; EDU 301 July 23, 2011 Why I Want 2 I have not always wanted to be a teacher. I knew that I wanted to be able to help people and make a difference, and this was the factor that made me originally go into the nursing...

  16. Teaching Philosophy

    Teaching Philosophy My teaching philosophy is mainly based on my educational experience. I have been educated by many great teachers, and those who have had an impact on my life are those who were passionate about teaching as well as learning. I believe that an effective teacher should always continue...

  17. Women Empowerment

    MY FAVOURITE TEACHER INTRODUCTION Teaching is considered as a noble profession since time is immemorial not without any reason. Teachers possess enormous responsibility inside their classrooms. Teachers are entrusted with the job of teaching children skills that they will need for their futures...

  18. Teaching with style

    Teaching With Style ii To everyone over the years who took the time to listen to my ideas about teaching and learning, who sometimes took exception, suggested alternatives, and in the process helped me to sharpen my thinking as I probed the underlying components of the teaching-learning process. ...

  19. Marva Colins

    My Role Model Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for giving me the chance to stand here makes my speech. I’m going to speak about something that is vitally important to all of us. As you know, my topic is My Role Model. Let’s just get straight through the topic. My role model is Marva Collins...

  20. Educational Philosophy

    My Educational Philosophy My educational philosophy includes my beliefs on education and students. I believe the purposes of education and schooling are to better our children and future adults. This will help the children become sophisticated adults. Those adults can then have good jobs and better...

  21. Continuous Personal and Professional Development

    reflection on the role of the teacher in the life-long learning sector and evaluation of my role in it, and secondly the importance of engaging with continuous professional development and a comparison of theories and models of reflective practice and how they can be applied to my own personal development...

  22. The 21st Century Education: My Reflection

    The 21st Century Education: My Reflection By: SUSAN T. APAREJO Master Teacher 1 “Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better” Being the principal of the biggest and leading secondary school in the Division of Gingoog City, this 21st century education for me is a total...

  23. Teacher Role

    What is the role of a Teacher? Schools are one of the first places where kid’s behavior and future educational success is shape. Teachers are carriers of either positive or negative behavior toward students. The reason why the first years of school are so critical is because kids learn the base of...

  24. Becoming a Teacher

    Running Head: BECOMING A TEACHER Becoming a Teacher Donna Grand Canyon University EDU310: Exploring Education as a Profession Professor Jeff December 4, 2011 Becoming a teacher means much more to me then just a paycheck or just another job I have to go to everyday. I want to make the...

  25. Reflective Practitioner

    development models and then the activities that can be carried out in order for teachers to become a reflective practitioner in the next five years time in light of the extended professional roles of the teacher and ethical dimensions of teaching in Malaysian context. The reflective models which will...

  26. Student-Teacher Reflection

    What I Have Learn When I Become A Teacher As a go along with my Diploma in Teaching, I keep in mind that this isn't the most financially rewarding path I can take, but if I’ve got the "right stuff," teaching can be the most personally rewarding path of all. Although all about it seems to be new to...

  27. Teaching Philosophy

    My philosophy on education has been ever changing ever since I have been in high school and could grasp the idea of politics and where education’s place is in the world and the country I live in. As my philosophy has changed, so has my personal mission statement. It took about six years after graduating...

  28. How to Make a Black Male Scholar

    have their son become apart of this statistic, parents should be involved in their son’s education, should provide their son with a positive male role model, and motivate the child to read and think. The first steps parents can make to making a black male scholar is being involved in their son’s education...

  29. University 101

    Proposal For my University 101 community service project I want to tutor at Mauldin Middle School, the local middle school near my house. I have decided that I want to tutor for my community service project for many reasons. I have already contacted the school and have a found a teacher that would love...

  30. Roles & Responsiblities of Teaching - Pgce

    Roles and Responsibilities Report As a teacher there are wide range of roles and responsibilities that we must fulfil in order to ensure we are successful. There are many different audiences which we have to adhere to, not just students, but parents/carers, social workers, case managers, schools,...