Final Reflective Essay 2

Final Reflective Essay 2 - Meserat Zemui AESC 4920S...

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Meserat Zemui AESC 4920S December 7, 2010 Final Reflective Summary This semester I taught a class of third grade students at Whit Davis Elementary. I really enjoyed the time I spent with the students. When I started this experience I did not know what to expect from this group of students, the teacher or the school but the whole experience has been a very positive one for me. To my surprise, the students warmed up to me from the beginning. To know that they were comfortable with me as their new teacher was extremely comforting. They were respectful of me and treated me as one of their teachers. The students are really bright and they had a desire to learn. The teachers gave the students the push that they needed. They were really nice and inviting, being around them has furthered my respect for teachers in general. This experience helped me to realize the difficulty of the teaching profession. It requires a lot of patience, time and dedication. I also feel as though teachers do not get enough credit for the work they do which is completely unfair. I have further realized from this experience that teachers are educating our future. I have also learned a lot about elementary education from this experience. I see that in
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course AESC 4920 taught by Professor Berle during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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