This is a photo of me and a few girls posing outside our cabin for a quick picture.
There are many reasons why I decided to become a teacher. I actually started considering the career in elementary school and high school when I had several extremely inspiring teachers. Seeing how those teachers affected my life positively caused me to want to motivate students in the same way. It is my way of giving something back to my community. Furthermore, shaping the future of the world through the growth of the children is extremely inspiring. When explaining a topic or idea to a child and then seeing it click in his/her mind, it causes me to love helping others progress intellectually. However, my central muse for wanting to become a teacher is derived from my absolute love of children. I love the idea of working around children for the rest of my life. Children are particularly impressionable at a young age. Therefore, I feel that if I can make children believe they are meant to achieve greatly, then the future of those children could revolutionize.
I know I have high, but attainable goals for my teaching career. So the main question is, “How am I going to reach my goals?” I will help my students to learn by being flexible to their needs. If something is going wrong in the classroom and the students do not understand the lesson, I will have to assess the situation and change the lesson accordingly. I believe every student can learn as long as their needs are met. I am willing to do everything in my power to help all of my students learn.