If you hate having a boss that dictates every moment of your day, you'll love teaching.
While you have state and national standards to adhere by, nobody will be telling you how to teach them.
by Lesley Martinez-Silva I aspire to make a difference in others’ lives through education.
I’m studying to be an elementary school teacher because I believe that children can achieve so much more if they learn early of their potential. My parents always stressed the importance of obtaining an education, having missed that opportunity themselves.
And yet, no matter what differences these students bring to the table, their uniqueness flows throughout the classroom in such a positive energy that embraces, respects, and promotes learning.
This is the goal I am working towards; the goal of inspiring our youth to become self-advocates for their learning.
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Additional student essays are available on the themes of: by Jennamarie Moody When I close my eyes, I picture myself in a school located in an urban setting, teaching a classroom of diverse yet alike students.
Opportunities for equal educational experiences may not exist, however the beauty lies in the growth of love young students can develop as they are challenged in the classroom to question their surroundings.
I plan to make a difference in the lives of the children I meet along the way, and to create a safe learning environment.