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Running head: The Future 1 Leading the Future of Education De’Ana Mitchell A01012928 [email protected] Walden University Eds Education Dr. Blacher-Wilson Leading the Future Education August 11, 2019
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2 Abstract Deciding what you want as a career is one of the hardest decision that some people make in their lives. Time and research must be done to ensure that what you are choosing is what you want to do for the rest of your life. “Career exploration is a lifelong pursuit that occurs across different life spans and roles” (Zikic, & Hall, 2009). Choosing a career should reflect long term and short-term goals. These goals allow you to focus on what you need to do to be successful. When I first began my career path, I wanted to be a nurse. I soon realized that my passion was children and helping them excel in multiple areas. During the years, my educational goals have changed, as my career goals. This is a part of evolving and understanding your calling. My bachelor’s degree was in Early childhood development and since then I have enjoyed working with students ages five-seven years old. This paper will go more in-depth with my current goals and pursing my Ed. S to future my career path.
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3 Next Steps After obtaining my bachelors, teacher license, masters, and now pursing my Ed. S in Reading, literacy, and assessment, I have realized that my passion is Education. I am going into my fifth year of teaching and each year I learn and grow more. I feel it is time for me to further my education and my career path. I want to continue being an advocate for students but out of the classroom.
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