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All teachers have a big impact in students lives but

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All teachers have a big impact in students’ lives but it all starts at home with the way they raised by their parents. Through the virtual experience I was assigned into a group and we all have a different parenting style: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and uninvolved. I was assigning to raise my child in the authoritarian type of parenting style. This type is rigid, strict, autocratic and low warmth or supportiveness. As a result, my son had a low self-esteem, aggressive, and no motivation. Mainly because both my partner and I worked full-time so did not have a lot time to spend with Alex. I just pushed him to complete the task given simply “because I said so” or “I am the boss”. Since there was no time given at an early age no relationship was built between my son and me. Therefore, at eighteen he does not want to attend to college, instead he was to find a full-time job and move out with his friends. On the other hand, a member of my group who was supportive and warmth. The results of her daughter Aislynn were completely different from my son Alex. Aislynn parents was raised in a cooperative environment with discipline but also with warmth. Therefore, she is very close to her parents and was bigger goals in live such as going to college. It was very interesting to observe how a parent raises their child impacts them later in live. That even though a teacher helps to improve their level in areas
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EDCO 240 Key Assignment 6 of struggle like Alex who received extra help in reading in middle school with special education. By not having my partner and myself motivated him in a positive way not just by rules and punishment. Instead by balancing discipline with warmth he would have had more self-esteem and maybe invasion himself as someone with a brighter future. A teacher must be a flexible and a person with patience because they influence students to see themselves as doctors, nurses, firefighters, police, or teachers. They must find creative ways in for all students with different backgrounds, language or learning styles. To teach them to learn from one another and help anyone that needs it. I will accomplish this in my classroom by being a role model to my students. For example, by showing respect, compassion, caring, helpful, understanding, motivated but most important. I will be a teacher that will have the patience to help all students grow into the best on themselves.
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EDCO 240 Key Assignment 7 References Hoy, A. W., & Perry, N. E. (2015). Child and adolescent development . Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. (n.d.). Retrieved February 28, 2018, from
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