My Philosophy Of Becoming A Teacher
“Don 't try to fix the students, fix ourselves first. The good teacher makes the poor student good and the good student superior. When our students fail, we, as teachers, too, have failed.” ~Marva Collins There will always be a student that will be struggling and as a teacher you should never give up on the student and help them succeed. In becoming a teacher, I will need a certain amount of education, understand what my responsibilities and requirements will be ,and make sure the job fits in with my future lifestyle.
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I am very impatient but I have to adapt because I know that it will be hard for some kids. I enjoy talking a lot which is also very important when becoming a teacher because if you never communicate with the students they will never really get anything out of your class. One last skill that I also thought was important is that the students are constantly learning because later in life those things you taught the students could benefit them in college or even help them start their career. If you slack on teaching it could really fail a student or multiple and they won’t be successful in life because of a little mistake ("9 Useful Skills for Teachers"). Student teaching will really help when getting a teaching career because it will show how it’s going to be and what some requirements other than the ones you already know are. I would say this job best fit me because it’s a social career and if you ask anyone they would say I’m really social because I like to talk to everyone and talking in general. I also enjoy helping people who are struggling in something especially Math since that is my favorite subject. If I ever see someone struggling I try to help them as much as I can although I might not know what to do