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REFELCTION WEEK 3 JOURNAL Julissa Camacho EDU 100 Issues in Education Professor: Cynthia Gelfan July 29 TH , 2019
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REFELCTION WEEK 3 JOURNAL The level of education that I wish to serve is High School. I sense that It would be a bit easier then working with smaller students. High school students have a better understanding from right from wrong then a preschooler. The class discussions from week one to now has helped me bring something out of me and show me the reason why I want to become an educator. Just expressing my thoughts and feelings with my professor and classmates helps me point out what I maybe missing or what I can use to improve my skills. With all the positive feedback I been receiving, it gives me the confidents that I can be a great educator. I know in my heart I have the qualities to become a physical education teacher, but the insurance of my peers adds to that it’s an awesome feeling. It’s a great
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