Amy Campos: Choosing Education

Well, it’s ever since, I think when I was in pre-K, you ask everyone, other girls want to become what you want to do when you become older. And I would always be a teacher. And I think I said it so much that it’s just like stuck into me. And I remember I was in TAFE with the Tomorrows Teachers Club in elementary, and it was the same thing as TAFE with called TAFE. And what I would do it was I would go to my gym class, I would go to my sponsor and he would ask me, OK, go to this random classmate and ask you if they need help. I would knock and be like, Hey, do you need any help? And they would put me to grade papers to do bulletin boards. So that’s where I was like, Oh, I like this, you know, I was just grading papers and bulletin boards. I’m like, I like this. Middle school came along. I was able to do Tappy as well. And the same thing, it was like minor assigned things that I would do, but I was something that lead me to. All of these are what teachers do. This is I like being this, you know, high school came along and I was able to obtain like a full experience of what it was. But of course, at first I have to learn how the children develop or how, how they think or how different can students be or how to approach them, you know? And once I fully, I was fully learning the whole experience, I was able to be put in the classroom like I mentioned before. And once I was there in the first, the first day I was so nervous because maybe I’ve always wanted to become a teacher. But I also was thinking, like, Is this really what you want to do? Or is just the thought that you just hold on to, you know? And when I was there, I was not. This is this is what I was made for. This is what I love. This is what I want to do until I retire. Hopefully, God willing. And even today, I could say I am currently working at an elementary, and I remember I was like, OK, I’m getting a job, and it’s kind of close to what I want to be. And it’s kind of different, I can say, because it’s not like I’m in charge of a full classroom, but I have that experience one on one with a student. So I get to understand why certain students act the way they do or why some certain students are way to advance and why certain students are left behind. And that is why I want to become a teacher and to become a teacher because I want to learn why every student is like at different or why every student is, well, they’re unique in their own way, you know? So I think that is the best part of why I want to become a teacher. I want to become a teacher because I want to let all these students know that they can be anything they want to be. Even like I meet students and they tell me, Oh, I want to become an engineer by my mom tells me it kind of like that, you know, and I let them know like, you know what? No one in my family has gone to college. I’m the first. I’m the oldest. I’m the one that had to lead the part. I’m the one that had to know how to do all these things, and no one has ever done before in my family. And here I am. You know, I’m here in a the international university. I’m here with a job that’s giving me the experience to become an educator at such a young age, something that I never thought of, you know? So that is why I want to become a teacher. I want to become teacher because I want to inspire people to do more. I want to help students. I want to give them the power of self-confidence, give them the power to guide. I want to give them the power to inspire others as well. So it’s a little bit of everything I can say. So yeah, that’s. I don’t think there is a specific thought of why I want to become a teacher. There’s all these things going around in my head. So yeah, I think becoming a teacher is. I don’t know when to cry.

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