always told. I will find a way to make the lesson more exciting. Maybe, allow them to take turns to teach one another. Lastly, showing that I care about every student is essential for me. I love child(ren) and they seem to love me back. I work with special needs child(ren). They need a lot of attention and I give it
to them because I care. I have six grand-children and I treat them all the same way. Love and tender care. 5. What can you do in your classroom to fulfill your students’ parents’ what? My students’ parents will be happy to know that I am doing my job in keeping their child happy, safe and most of all, leading them up the ladder to being successful. I will keep them happy by adding fun and exciting lessons to their curriculum. I will help them to achieve the goals that the student parents. We, as teachers, should know what we are teaching. Parents are really concerned about what their children are learning. I will make sure I have a great curriculum set up for the students I can fulfill the student’s parents “what” by being caring and passionate. I will help them to achieve because I am passionate about children and want to help them to learn. I’m a great communicator and I can help inspire the students to develop confidence to become effective communicators themselves. I will also keep an open line of communication with my students’ parents.
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