When I see a kid smile, after all the hard work and effort trying to figure out a problem that finally clicks and makes sense, I get a feeling of accomplishment. I strongly believe that each student can succeed, but it takes patience and guidance. I want to be their guide. I want to take an individual and make them believe that they can do it. To let them know that their hopes and dreams are right in front of them. I want to make kids work harder than they ever thought they could. At the end of the day, if a student of mine still does not understand a concept, I want to go the extra mile and brainstorm a new way to teach it so that each and every student will succeed in my classroom. I am so fortunate to be able to do what I love doing. I want to go home with that lasting impression that teaching gives me. To end each day with the satisfaction I get after working with these kids will be the greatest reward I can receive.
Throughout my experience working with children, I have come to realize that I attain qualities that I was not aware I had. These qualities include being