Papers should be 8 10 pages in length. Use current American Psychological Association (APA) style for citing references and bibliography. At least 2 3 sources beyond your textbook should be used. Your paper should begin with some reflection/comments about why you do what you do? What is the engine that keeps you u late at night or gets you going in the morning? What stands between you and your ultimate dream? Reflect on important moments in your past and identify key personal motivations derived from them. After that, explore your personal education vision in the context of the above reflections and the educational administrative role you plan to pursue within the next five years or so. Submit the paper under the appropriate place under assignments on Canvas.
Text book: that we going to use in this class.
William. Educational Leadership: A Bridge to Improved Practice. 5th Edition. Pearson, 2013, ISBN 13: 978-o-13267812-8 The Principal, Three Keys to Maximizing Impact”, by Michael Fullan “Drive” by Daniel Pink
(My Field of study is: Educational Adminestration)
Every person holds different values about what they do and requires different things to feel fulfilled and satisfied in their daily activities. For some, that might be creative expression, social interaction, power, fame or money. For others, it could be independence, helping others or intellectual challenge. Identifying what motivates people helps in planning a productive and fulfilling career and creating an enabling environment where they can thrive. However, I believe personal motivation to do daily activities depends on personal attitudes because it is not sufficient to look just at person’s attributes and skills in every career, rather, self-analysis should also factor in personal attitude, behavior and motivation in their daily lives. Undeniably, this has been my strong reflection of attitude, character, and motivation.
Fortunately, I always consider myself an optimist, I ensure to look at the positive light of things, which I believe will help me to succeed in what I do, even though I have to make an admission that working as a teacher entails a lot of patience and motivation. For one, not everyone can face up to the challenge of explaining same things year in year out. Most often your patience would wither and can wear out eventually, when you have to deal with children some of whom are less motivated to learn and take up school chores. Sometimes you will be yelled by an angry parent…………………………