Doctors, lawyers, politicians, and engineers. How did they all get to where they are today? No matter the position someone may hold in society everyone has progressed to where they are in life because they had a teacher, someone who taught them in the way they should go. Teacher as defined in the dictionary as one who instructs. To teach someone is to communicate skills and give instruction.
Becoming a primary school teacher is something I have always wanted to do. I have been greatly inspired by an old teacher of mine, who i always looked up to and admired. I feel i have a real enthusiasm for teaching as well as a great deal of patience, which i believe is an important quality to hold when working with children. Through the classroom experience i have gained through various weeks of work experience, i have seen my love for teaching grow and it has shown me that becoming a teacher is very much the correct career path to embark on.
I am a very enthusiastic and motivated individual who has a passion for teaching. I consider myself to be very approachable, and a good communicator. I also have good organisation skills, and am a very hard working. I am always willing to learn new skills and build upon the skills I already have. I thrive within a classroom environment as I enjoying teaching children new things as well as coming up with exciting new ways to teach.
Another reason for becoming a teacher is to impact lives and make a difference. All of us can remember a teacher we hold close to our heart who was an encouragement and an inspiration during a time of frustration or confusion. Many professional athletes, doctors, politicians and business owners can give the credit to a teacher who made the difference in their lives. If you choose to pursue the profession of teaching, you could possibly experience that same reward