From the article: Top Reasons to Become a Teacher
There are many reasons why individuals become teachers. I've come up with ten reasons why I think many people decide to teach. However, now it's your turn to share exactly why you decided to join such a wonderful profession. Share Your Reasons
always wanted to be a teacher
- Since I was a young girl growing up I wanted to become a teacher. I always admired the way that my teachers dressed and spoke, and I wanted to be like them. I am currently a relief teacher, not yet gone to teachers college, but will go soon. I would like to be teaching for a very long while......in secondary school, business teacher.
- —Guest Niki
- I chose to become a teacher I always love standing in front of my peers and expressing myself, so this become to be a hobby to me. Seeing myself making a positive impact in my community was all I wanted. Indeed, I love working with kids sharing the knowledge that will make the difference in my society was all I was concerned about...
- —Guest LiL Ray
Why be a Teacher?
- I went into teaching to impart knowledge, but it seems that the school system doesn't value those like me. I've had my degree over 12 years with no teaching job. So I don't recommend the profession to anyone I care about.
- —Guest Deb
a wonderful friend
- i love teaching the most because i love kids,no matter how they are i treat all of them as a friend and we are all one family
- —Guest jameela
It's a gift
- Teaching is a gift,it gives me the opportunity to impart positively on people and you are remembered for it.
- —Guest Eloho Ilega
Irony of Irwin.
- I became a teacher because I wanted to learn more.
- —Guest Irwin
- Personally I feel that teachers job is not to teach but to make student learn....I became teacher because I wanted to become role model to my student and inspire each individual how to face challenges n make differences in their performance....I wanted to make them realise that each individual are special and posses varieties of talent.....
- —Guest Nar Maya Chhetri
- Personally i feel that teachers jop is not to teach but to make student learn....i beame teacher because i wanted to become role modle to ma student and inspire each individual how to face challenges n make differences in their performance....i wanted to make them realise that each individual are special and posses varities of talent.....
- —Guest Nar Maya Chhetri
Why I want to be a teacher.
- The fact that I could possibly impact a young persons life is exciting to me. I don't want letter grades to be as important as growing characteristics in a student. I hope to touch every student in such a way that my teachers did. I want them to grow into a respectful member of society and not let any obstacles get in their way. I want them to think back at school and remember me, not as someone who taught them something from a book, but a little about life. I want to make a change in the youth of our nation, make the world a little better place. Also I would love to coach, so this is the best way to do so. I'm not in it for summer vacation, I'm in it for the possibility to change someone's life for the better.
- —Guest Jordan
10 reasons to become a teacher
- I would like to teach in order to give back to the community and help students to be able to reach their dreams and their full potential.
- —Guest Rodneyrown
To be a teacher...
- I never dreamed to be a teacher, but life made me need a good job, where I could improve myself every time!
- —Guest Daisy
- I just retired after 40 years in education and miss it every day. (I'm in the process of adopting a classroom in my neighborhood school.) I went into education for several reasons: I love learning; I love acting; I love kids. I chose the subject area because I believed there was a better way to teach English than the way I was taught. I ended my career as an administrator in an at-risk school for the past 12 years (it seems like 12 days). My students taught me more than I could have ever taught them. I now love the nice warm feeling I get from former students who greet me with hugs and regale me with stories of their lives and thank me for accepting only the very best from them. While there were many tough days, I never had a day I didn't want to see the kids -- the adults may have been something else!!!
why I became a teacher?
- I ended high school with high grades, so I could have entered any career. But I only became a teacher because in that monent I was not sure what to study. Its not like I regret it, because I learn new things everyday. Plus Ive always been very shy and this job makes me have to speak up and respond to different situations. Still sometimes I feel like I'm losing my own identity and that is not a good feeling.
- —Guest Nina
You Are The Future
- Originally, I became a teacher because I had many models in my family - and in my own school experience - of fantastic teachers who showed me the wonder and awe of teaching a classroom. However, as time went on, I realized that being a teacher is about making an impact, an impression, an indelible mark. Teaching truly affects the future generations. What you say, what you do, and how you do it will stay with students and they in turn may pass it along to their own children in some way, shape, or form. They say that teaching touches the lives of the future, which is true. But it also helps alter the course of the future as well.
- —Guest Chris in MA
Why did you became a teacher?
- 1.I became a teacher in order to transmit knowledge of what i knows or what i have learned to others.2.because it is my hobby.3Because i have learned teaching in various teaching colleges
- —Guest LUKINGAYOHANA
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