Why Do You Want to Be a Teacher Essay

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    Arming Teachers Should a teacher gave guns in classrooms? Why or why not? I say no, because students can get the gun from the teacher, by one distracted the teacher then the other one would get the gun while the teacher is distracted. Teacher would want to teach students in class instead of wasting time just for gun practice when the teachers going to go through hard difficulty of lessons and practicing guns. The teacher shouldn’t have guns in school because you don’t know if they can do something dumb to themselves or the students. The teacher can try to practice a lot but what if they can’t stop an active shooter, what if they miss? What if they hit a kid?. Teachers can shoot others if they’re going through stressed. Teachers would have guns to shoot the mass killer, but what if a teacher accident shoot, then hit a student, would the teacher go to jail or they wouldn’t do anything. If the teacher were to be in jail then it’s called banned teachers from having guns. If the teacher were not to go in jail, then the kid…

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    Calculators should not be used in math classes in school. When kids use calculators they stop using their brain. Sometimes calculators can cost a lot of money. When teachers let students use calculators they start to use them when they're not supposed to use them, such as during a test, or when you’re doing homework. These are some of the reasons why calculators should not be used in school. Did you know that when you use a calculator your brain stops working? Just think about it. Have…

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    various of reasons why students want to dropout of school. Due to research students use dropping out of school as a way to escape from their problems.Numerous of students drop out for unbearable reasons such as, pregnancies, numerous absences, violence in the community, or needing more money. This bring the question to mind: is it the teachers fault students do…

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    Should schools have a longer school day?No having a longer school day will make you have more money to pay,not have enough sleep for the next school day,and will not improve test scores. First reason why schools should not have a longer school day is because if you play a sport after school you will be getting home even more late then you usually do with a regular school day,That means if you get home later then you usually do you could maybe not have enough energy for the next school day to…

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    Why I want to become a teacher is to make a difference, give back to my community, and improve the quality of education. By becoming a teacher to change all of that will most likely be my first goal and achieve all those things listed above. This world needs more teacher because if we did not we wouldn't have the knowledge we have today and they know things we don't that's why their called teachers. Making a difference in a kids live while being a teacher can help the students out a lot, by…

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    My Philosophy Of A Teacher

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    School is still a noun that I hate the most. What Makes A Teacher? Since I can remember I had never felt contented talking about school. It was not until tenth grade when I started to express my academic potential. My family is a huge influence in making a choice to become a teacher. My sister and both of my extremely close cousins choose an education path and they love it. English being my families second language my sister and I had to help each other a lot. My teachers I had my junior in high…

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    cut out to be a teacher. You have to have that willingness and openness to be a successful teacher. Children will depend on you to be the best you can be. They will always look for you to support them no matter what. Why be a teacher? It should be pretty self-explanatory. I cannot speak for no one besides myself. There are many reasons why I want to become a teacher. I want to become a teacher because it is something I have always wanted to do since I was a little girl. When I was younger, I…

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    asked by the principal and members of the management team: • Why did you apply for this job? • What do you know about this school? • Why did you decide to pursue a career in teaching? • How do you think you can contribute to the school development plan? • How do you think your present colleagues and managers would describe you? I believe that all of these are pertinent questions that should be asked by the principal or the management team. All of these questions will give the management team a…

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    As you have noticed, there are a couple things I would like to discuss with you connecting how we should support the students here at ALC. We need to find the proper ways to help them academically and emotionally. When teachers give out work, usually students don’t want to do it. The answer as to why is because students want work that connects to their lives. Something that’s rationale and relatable. According to the article “What keep students Motivated to succeed?” by Katrina Schwartz,…

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    question or statement I would summarize it in. Being a principal, and a teacher, you always have to think about the students. They are, after all, the reason why we are here. They are the reason we have a job. This program has made me a far better teacher, so I can only assume what kind of administrator I will be one day. It was hard to only choose five essential characteristics, but I’ve chosen trust, communication, change agent, instructional leadership, and listener as my top five…

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