Becoming A Great Inclusive Educator Essay

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After taking this Questa class I have learn many things about teaching and learning. Through Paulo’s letters I have learned that in order to teach, one has to continue to learn as well. That no teacher knows everything and that as a teacher I should be humble towards my students. I should not judge my students because of what I heard from other teachers and students. Instead, I should get to know the students myself and see what their compatibilities are. By thinking that I know everything, then I won’t be able to see what will truly benefits my students. This is similar to Kimberly’s case in the book, “Becoming a Great Inclusive Educator.” Where students should not be judge based on their medical records and put limits to a person just because they have certain disabilities. As human beings we have bias towards those that are either mentally or physically disable. Therefore, sometimes we neglect the fact that they are people that can do great things even with their disabilities. Kimberly is a great example, even though she is autistic she was able to achieve the extraordinary and go past what people expects from her. She was involved in many extracurricular activities, does well academically, a musician, and speaks French. From the first part of my educational autobiography I mentioned that my little brother was born with agenesis of the corpus callosum (ACC) and multiple disabilities. Having a brother with disabilities has provided me with some experience in working…

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