What I wish my professors had told me/ Care Shine Through

I enjoyed both of these articles! My personal teaching style aligns towards the caring approach and reaching students this way. It was interesting to read about different kinds of caring and the cultural differences. When I show someone I care, I don’t realize that to that student or person if it is interpreted as a caring act. So in the future I will need to be more aware of how to care for students.
In the article “What I Wish My Professor Had Told Me” I was laughing frequently because some of the reverences that were made, I already go through. While student teaching some days I question why I am here or if it is worth it, definitely wore the wrong type of shoes, and eaten a vending machine lunch while working on homework/prepping for the next class. Teaching is hard, but you do not realize how hard and the tasks done outside of the classroom. It is a good reminder to think of the bigger picture and how your work impacts lives.
Another good article just on classroom management: https://eds.a.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=2&sid=cf6e43d6-931f-49d6-86ee-87fc15762a46%40sessionmgr4009&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmU%3d#AN=123871878&db=pbh

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