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How would you describe your passion for teaching children?
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My favorite course in college was Observation and Planning assessment because I got to spend time in a preschool observing children.
My favorite course in college were Instructional Strategies, Applied Behavioral Analysis and Inclusionary Practices.
My favorite course in College would be Observation and Planning because I got to observe children in a program.
I am 53 I got my degree/certification.
My favorite class was multicultural education class. It helped to think out of the box in creating lessons that addressed everyones background.
Since Kindergarten I have had my passion for teaching. I have always wanted to help children reach their full potential. Seeing a child get that lightbulb moment gives me goosebumps. I want to be the one who helps that light go off for each student.
I would describe it as my calling. There are certain things people feel called to in their life and I've known I wanted to be a teacher since I was 13.
History of religion due to the great discussions and debates.
My emotional disturbance class. I learned a lot in that class.
My favorite course in college was Ethics 101 with Dr. Mackenzie. Not only was my professor energetic and brilliant, he allowed for us, the students to be in charge of our own learning and when we held debates on current topics, we had the opportunity to run the class. Besides the independence that he taught, I really began to understand the importance of valuing others opinions and respecting differences. That is why I feel special education is a perfect fit for me because within one classroom there is going to be a wide range of differences and there are going to be a wide range of opinions.