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How to write a personal statement teaching

how to write a personal statement teaching

Teaching Personal Statement

Sample Teaching Personal Statement

I have been lucky enough to have been taught by some truly inspirational teachers and am well aware of the effect they have had on my life and the choices I have made subsequently. My own passion for working with young children extends from my desire to emulate these role models and perform the same inspirational function in the lives of my students.

I have always enjoyed being around young children and have supplemented my interests in primary teaching with as much work experience as possible. As a Voluntary Teaching Assistant, I have worked with Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils, preparing activities and lessons and helping the teacher to implement them, showing me that preparation, planning and communication are essential skills within teaching. By fostering good relationships with staff, pupils and parents it is possible to provide a holistic educational experience that compliments the child’s extra-curricular life as much as possible. Through following the advice of my mentors in this role, I have become adept at building these relationships, and can successfully guide children through the day’s activities, at school or on related day trips. I have also found that a shorter work placement at Prospect House Day Nursery has allowed me to gain experience of the challenges and rewards of working with young children. As well as hands-on experience of dealing with the practical and emotional issues involved, such as attending to their physical wellbeing and comforting them when upset, I also used this role to gain experience of early education using a range of play-centred techniques and resources. Both of these roles demonstrated the importance of the teacher/caregiver role in both the child’s life and education and emphasised the huge responsibility, and the hard work needed to meet that responsibility.

I have also demonstrated my ability to perform well in related subjects and am currently undertaking a BTEC in Children’s Care, Learning and Development. Implementing what I have learnt through work experience has allowed me a greater understanding of educational theory and the way in which furthering my knowledge through undergraduate study could improve my abilities. As a keen student of foreign languages, particularly Spanish, I am also passionate about teaching languages to students at the earliest possible age. Languages open the door to exciting opportunities in life and providing children with language skills at an age when they are most receptive to absorbing information will allow them to make the most of these in future. Privately studying Spanish at A-level not only demonstrates my drive, determination and time management skills, but also continually inspires me to do what I can to improve language education by specializing in Modern Foreign Languages.

Studying and working in education has shown me that it is a challenging and rewarding career, but I believe my track record of dedication and hard work in both elements suggests that I can meet its demands. My commitment to providing a first rate education for my future pupils has seen me strive to gain as many additionally useful skills as possible, be they language, ICT or first aid-related. It is this that has driven me to pursue my ambitions in the field, and that will continue to do so through university and into my career beyond.

We hope this sample Teaching personal statement has given you some ideas to help write your own teaching personal statement.

Comments

  1. Toruyab

    That will be an interesting class! Personal finance classes are so important. We love to hear from those teaching such a key life skill.

  2. Jufuraxapu

    ETERNAL PUBLIC ACKNOWLEDGMENTS THANKS TO OM PERSONAL FOR TEACHING ME ENGLISH IN AN UNINTERRUPTED WAY. GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS,

  3. Fuvobocor

    Thank you Mr. Ashmore for teaching us how we can use personal finance in our possible dream job!

  4. Gubobodigewu

    My review of A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching by

  5. Jerezacadeqi

    I regret trying to show that some children need something other than whole class trad teaching using a personal example from my child. 1/

  6. Cifozimajopiqu

    The Importance of Personal Finance Help teens create a budget stick to it!

  7. Gorosopo

    Based upon an extensive literature review, and personal experience of teaching in an international school in Germany.

  8. Reyizivejo

    I don"t give free personal financial advices. You got everything if you master technical analysis, which I"m teaching here.

  9. Cetotelokec

    Teaching Subjective Idea including personal biases is most likely a way to vent does not involve knowledge / value of any kind.

  10. Murobope

    Yeh, depends also on whether it"s constructive too though. I"ve seen appalling feedback eg personal derogatory insults about teaching style

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