I am Aaron, My passion is career in nursing. Believer of being true to yourself.
I teach chemistry in a rural community. There are challenges, but there is a lot to enjoy and I do my best to spread knowledge and encourage critical thinking.
I am a high school teacher in Alabama where I teach Honors Biology, Honors Anatomy, and Honors Genetics classes. I am a mother of 4 and a grandmother of 3. I love learning and teaching and am very excited with the exponential growth of technology and how it is changing the classroom. My career goal is to make a productive educational impact on all students I interact with each year so they can become a society that is informed and productive.
In August 2012, I completed my PhD in Work and Human Resource Education with a specialization in Adult Education from the University of Minnesota. I've taught study skills and library research workshops for undergraduates and graduate students there since moving to Minnesota from Florida in 2006. In my spare time, I work with teens as a life coach, helping them to prepare for college. I also work with teens in danger of dropping out of high school. Over the summer, I've spent some time helping Sophia grow by creating packets on study skills, scholarly research, citations and creative writing. I also review packets here at Sophia for academic soundness. Feel free to say hello on facebook or send me an e-mail! I'm always happy to help. -Kristina
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Educators often ask students to think of what they are passionate about. The idea behind this is that if a young learners can discover their true interests they may be able to better define their life goals and begin down a path that will leave them happy and fulfilled. As I progressed through my 11th year of teaching, I applied for a new job and was asked to think what I was passionate about. The firs and most obvious thing that came to mind; family. I kept thinking over a few weeks by looking at the things I really enjoy and patterns in my career. What I discovered is that I am passionate about challenges. Challenges keep me focused. They give me something to work on and think about when the monotony of the day-to-day life seems to slow me down. For me, challenges can appear in many forms. They can be physical challenges, educational challenges, or career challenges. But for me, they can all be molded into the same basic pattern. 1. They need to seem large. I once heard a graduation address where the speaker said "If someone tells you that the challenge you set for yourself is too big, you know you're on the right track." 2. They must require planning and preparation. The planning and the preparation are what makes the challenge fulfilling. 3. Failure must be an option. If not, then the challenge is not big enough. Let's be clear here. You have to assume you will meet your challenge, but if everybody can do it, it's not a challenge. Here's the cool thing...once you meet one challenge, another bunch of them open up. And the process starts all over.
My name is Poonam Roy from India. I’ve been around the web development industry long enough to have actually used a NeXT computer. Since I know that in order to succeed specialization is key. That’s why I’ve stayed where I’m good at. And today I still keep my job at an offshore CodeIgniter development company India.