Motivation To Make A Difference In The Classroom

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My personal motivation each day is to a better version of myself, to put others opinion into perspective and to make better choices that not only will help me but also help others, as a teacher, I believe this will help me set an example to my students. I want to create an atmosphere where each student feels they can make a difference. My family has always been my support team. I was very lucky to not only have my parents as my guidance, but I also had my sisters. Because of my close net family, I was able to continue my education. Families are not always picture perfect, they come in a variety of ways. It is important to get to know the parents of your students, and to know their dynamics to be able to assist those students in the best possible …show more content…
There is the teacher side of the lesson which is to transmit the information to the students, and there is the student’s side which is to absorb that information. Both sides are equally important but it is the transmitting portion of the lesson that can make a difference. The students should be able to connect each lesson to everyday life. As a teacher you have to be prepared to make alterations to each lesson plan in order to help your students be successful. The success of a student can be measured in many different verities. For some students it can mean making a very high grade, while for others it can be to pass a test. No matter what kind of success it is they are both …show more content…
One project I plan on implementing in my classroom would be a wall of “issues”. A wall of “issues” would be a place in the class room where the students can write about what they want to change in the class room, at school or in their society. They would explain what it is that they want changed and why. They would also explain how they would make that change and all they need to create it. Perhaps the change cannot always be implemented but the students would have a voice. Being able to communicate accurately is an important quality of being a teacher. Not only are you communicating with your students’ everyday but with their parents as well. I believe a brief update on how their child is doing is class should be done more than once each six weeks. Sending out notes or emails and perhaps a phone calls can help keep parents be involved in their children’s education. My philosophy of education my not be suitable for all my students but I plan rearranging my strategies to make sure each student gets an equitable education. However I do believe there is a fighter inside each and every one of us, and everyone likes their opinion to be herd. It is important to let children know and feel that their opinion does matter because one day it

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