I consider myself to be a patient person. I am able to wait for gratification because I believe that better things come to people who wait. Long term success is much more satisfying than accomplishing short term goals.
Classroom behavior, leadership, and citizenship. I would like my students voluenteer for community organizations. Become mentors to younger students, and tutors.
I'm a sociologist and my primary role at this stage of my career is championing theory-driven research, but also research that you put into action: I'm not just a theorist, or just a researcher, or just an action-person – rather I'm trying to link all of those together.
I researched the school prior to submitting my resume and I immediately noticed that you focus on exellence for every student every day and that means students are familiar with having high expectations set by the school. That is my style.
Well the subject matter itself, religion at a Catholic school, is not always the most motivating content for high school students especially if they are not Catholic and resent having to take a religion course. Although, I must admit the biggest challenge for myself was to not deviate from the Catechism, which I was being paid to teach and endorse, while also allowing my students to express their views respectfully and seriously in class discussions or Socratic seminars .
I want to make a different in someone's life by teaching and sharing tools and strategies to succeed in life.
The most effective strategies include teaching to all modalities, using a multi-sensory approach. I try to include a variety of assignments such as group projects, research and presentations.
If I could teach only one subject, I would teach psychology, history, economics or sociology.
I go through the lesson and take the notes in my mind. Then explained the outer knowledge of related topic, get the awarness.