I want to be a Teacher
I want to be a teacher for several different reasons. I initially decided teaching was for me when I was in middle school. I had an amazing teacher that helped me through a lot. She made a huge impact on my life, and I knew then that I wanted to be able to do the same for other kids. I later went on to have children of my own, which gave me even more reason to become a teacher. And even with the economy the way it is today, there are actually a lot of opportunities for teaching given the wide variety of jobs a teaching degree can obtain. I also understand the responsibility that comes with teaching and that the job doesn’t end when you leave the classroom. That is why I respect the teaching field as much as I do. I know I still have a long way to go before I get to my teaching career but I feel it will all be worth it when I get there. Having the chance to help kids is a great advantage by itself. You never know what they may have going on outside of the classroom. Being a teacher will give me the ability to provide them with not only education, but a lot more. I can be there to give them structure, advice, influence, and support when they need it. I feel all of these are essential for a great learning experience and I would love to be one of the ones to give that to them. In the long run being a great teacher can result in changing someone’s life for the better and not even knowing. Giving them the confidence they need to succeed all throughout life. Letting them know your there to help with any problems they may have even if they aren’t class related can make all the difference. The opportunities are out there. Having a teaching degree can put you in several different places. There are daycares, public and private schools, troubled youth, and special needs. And for those who like to make their money on their own time can tutor privately. I can work all year, or be off work all summer. There is no limit to what you can do as a teacher as...
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