During class, I have seen my students become more disciplined and secure good marks in their subjects.
The educational system should be more job oriented and easily accessible by all people.
I prepare my students by making sure they understand all of their subjects in full so that they can pass their examinations easily.
To motivate parents, I would do the following:
1. Create a climate and structure that supports family involvement.
2. Provide families with the tools necessary to master skills for the concerned subject.
3. Invite families to share hopes for and concern about children and then work together to set student goals.
As an educator, I would say classroom management. Cooperation and collaboration are key to a positive learning environment. Without them, the best lesson plan will fall flat.
I believe that one can never stop learning and I am hopeful that I will be able to fine-tune my skills by learning from mid-career and senior teachers at this time. I hope I can be experienced enough to be able to mentor and support teaching assistants who may be at the same point in their careers as I am now. I see myself putting my good skills to use and helping advance the school’s goals and mission. Four years ago (before I started as a teaching assistant), I asked myself this same question and I realized that I wanted to get into education to make a real difference to the lives of young people. I would like to make enough progress at a personal and professional level so that I can be seen as a role model and as a reliable teaching assistant.