I hope that by sharing my activities and goals, I have been able to give you a glimpse into the person I am and what I hope to achieve.
I have included what I have felt to be the most significant influences on my career choice.
But it’s one thing to say you’re going to “get better at technology,” and quite another to take deliberate action to improve your skills.
Here are some steps you might take: No matter how long a person has been teaching, there’s always room for pedagogical improvement.
Then decide how much of that time you actually and focus on that.
Start by figuring out where you really need work: I have created an exercise called the Gut-Level Teacher Reflection that will help determine what areas of your practice need the most attention.
The scholarship committee wants to see how investing in your education will help your career.
I am currently enrolled in my third semester as a full time graduate student in the Master of Science Degree in Counseling.
From my first summer job to my current position, the majority of my work and volunteer experience has involved counseling and children.
To know that I can make a positive impact on a child’s life is rewarding for me.