The Importance Of Being An Elementary Teacher

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You are back in elementary school; it is the first day back. With no doubt about it, all of your new classmates are nervous and uneasy about the brand new school year. With a million thoughts running through your small and anxious mind, you are asking a thousand questions to yourself. You are sitting in your new desk, around your new friends, looking at a completely new environment from the previous school year; you get a very uneasy and tense feeling in your stomach. However, most importantly, what will your teacher this year be like this year? Yet again, another hurricane of questions rolls through your mind. What is her personality like? What type of environment will the classroom be based around? Relaxed yet motivational or stressful and confusing. What will you and all of your new classmates learn this year? As a student, these are some of the questions that go through a child’s mind and could possibly create anxiety about the year starting. Going into such a high demanding career as an educator, in my opinion, it takes someone with a very special talent and skill with outstanding personal and professional traits to be an elementary teacher. With the high demand in teachers, being successful in …show more content…
With the pressure, comes anxiety which can become something that teachers struggles with. Along with teacher anxiety, the students as well deal with anxiety. If being an elementary educator strikes your interest, one simple concept is important to understand: it takes more than good tastes in clothes. Being an educator it takes a little more to be successful. To be successful, you have to have more will power and having a deep and meaningful purpose when choosing this career. Having a deeper purpose helps create a positive learning environment that benefits all learning styles, as all children learn

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