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What is your greatest strength? How does it help you as a teacher?
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Being a parent--it helps me to remember that everyone makes mistakes.
My mother is my greatest strength and my best teacher.
Patience deal with students.
Sharing my experiences with others as well as relating things to others and breaking things down to their simplest form. I am a great hands on teacher and coach that knows how to take something complex and simplify it for everyone else to understand. This is a strength that has allowed me to become a good coach and a promising young teacher.
Tenacity. I don't give up easily. And I genuinely love learning.
My greatest strength is my motivation to be successful at what I am doing. I am willing to work hard at what I do in order to become great. I am always trying to become better. This helps me as a teacher because a classroom is a constantly changing environment that presents multiple issues and does not allow you to become static. There is always room for improving professionally as a teacher.
My greatest strength is my compassionate nature, I have been through quite a lot during my lifetime and that has made me one to seek forgiveness and understanding despite the person or situation at hand. It is with this quality that I have been able to bridge gaps between student and teacher. For one of the phrases that I live by is: "A student will not care how much you know until they know how much you care."