Regis University (English, Education)
To whom it may concern,
Teaching has always been my passion in life, whether I am teaching adults or children. When people ask me why I chose to become a teacher, I think back to all of the great teachers that have taught me. I would not be where I am today without their educational guidance, discipline, and caring nature towards me as not only a student and a friend. I teach with my heart, and always have. Teaching is not just a job, it is a lifestyle. As a teacher I am a mother, a giver, a discipliner, a friend, and most of all a learner. Learning never stops, and is always growing through my life as a teacher.
Teaching is for the kids, for the learning and future of their lives. We don’t just teach these kids math, science, reading, or social studies, we teach them how to learn. We teach these students how to become better people, live as innovators, and prosper as thinkers. I want to encourage my students to think “outside the box”, go out of their comfort zones, and explore the world that is around them. I want to make literature come alive for them, make learning fun and exciting from the moment that they step into the classroom.
I am a graduate of Regis University’s program in Elementary Education.,I have acquired over 900 hours of teaching experience over the past 5 years of my time within the program, and have learned and experienced the joys of working with students and their learning goals during that time. I have also learned how to problem solve as a teacher, and approach a variety of different students needs.
I have experiences with different cultures, learning disabilities, and learning needs within the classroom. I have taught ages ranging from 6-14 years old, wanting to create as diverse of an understanding of my students as possible. I believe that as teachers, we need to be prepared to teach any age or foster any learning needs that may come our way. I have also taught in a variety of different schools, both public and private, and have been exposed to different curriculums and methods of teaching. I also have taken several ESL classes, taking away the knowledge I need when possibly faced with an ESL student.
As a teacher, my passion is to foster student learning. My focus and drive is for the students, and to help them achieve their learning goals. I want learning to be inspiring, engaging, and fun for my students in which I teach. I believe that education provides fruitfully not only an abundance of knowledge, but also great meaning to our lives. Therefore, through the qualifications that I have for this job, I will tutor these students with the best of my ability to give them the learning that they deserve. This job would be satisfying and perfect for me as a teacher to share my passion with other people. I do hope that you consider me for this position, for I always work my hardest at what I do.
To whom it may concern,
Teaching has always been my passion in life, whether I am teaching adults or children. When people ask me why I chose to become a teacher, I think back to all of the great teachers that have taught me. I would not be where I am today without their educational guidance, discipline, and caring nature towards me as
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