I am interested in becoming an educator to help

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I am interested in becoming an educator to help students who have various disabilities since I understand their needs. In addition, by providing them with education and care I will be giving back to the community (Mertens, 2014). I saw how teachers impacted lives of various students in my place of work and now that I have the capability, I will not hesitate to do the same. I interact mostly with autistic students, and I enjoy what I do.
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EDUCATIONAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY 5 Although the timeframe may seem small, it has had a significant impact on my personal views and understanding of the role of any educator in education. Conclusion I have gone through a lot in my pursuit to become an educator. Though my parents were willing to provide me with the best kind of education, they could not since they did not have the money. It seemed impossible for me to pursue my post-secondary education but I never gave up. Getting married was a decision that some teachers did not support, but the advice that I got from my class teacher made me realize that something good could come out of it. The well-wishers played a major role in my success. I have acquired the knowledge I will use when I finally get a job as an educator for children with disabilities.
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EDUCATIONAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY 6 References Hoxby, C. M. (2014). The economics of online postsecondary education: MOOCs, nonselective education, and highly selective education. The American Economic Review . Gobbo, K., & Shmulsky, S. (2014). Faculty experience with college students with autism spectrum disorders: A qualitative study of challenges and solutions. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities . Mertens, D. M. (2014). Research and evaluation in education and psychology: Integrating diversity with quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods . Sage publications.
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