Productive and customer centric employeer.
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – June 10, 2016
The usually agreeable part of the job of a was the experience of an authentic teacher and student relationship towards improving the educational intent of the student. Our development as teachers depends on our willingness to take risks and regularly ask ourselves, which of our own behaviors are helping or hindering our personal and professional growth. If we could allow ourselves to become students of our own extraordinary self-education, we would be very well placed to facilitate the self-education of others. Unfortunately, teacher education does not always highlight the connection between a teacher’s self- awareness and his or her ability to build and maintain meaningful relationships with youth with emotional and behavioral disabilities. Although teachers need to learn how to recognize signs of emotional distress in their students, it is equally important to acknowledge that teachers’ own personalities, learned prejudices, and individual psychological histories have helped shape their attitudes and responses to certain behaviors.