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Benefit The World Through Teaching

It is no secret that the impact teachers have on their students extends far beyond the classroom. But what do we need to be doing as teachers to truly be a benefit to the world? We asked our student ambassadors how they plan to benefit the world through their teaching, and here is what they said:

Kamora Shelton: Physical Education Teaching/Coaching Major

I am going to be a physical education teacher and coach, so I plan on benefiting the world through teaching children the importance of exercising and being healthy. If kids are taught how to be healthy and active at a young age, their risk of chronic diseases decreases significantly! Not only do I want to teach children how to live a healthy and active lifestyle, I want to help them learn how to have fun doing it!

Ashley Roberts: Special Education Major

I plan to benefit the world through teaching by changing the world, one student at a time. I want to help students with disabilities, especially those who feel marginalized or left out because of who they are. Everyone deserves to be treated with love and kindness. I want to teach this to my students, to the peer mentors in my classroom, and to everyone I can. 

Megan Brinton: Elementary Education Major

I plan to benefit the world by educating the future of the world. Today's children really are tomorrow's leaders. As an educator, I want to inspire my students to reach for the stars and accomplish all that they can through their learning. I want to foster an environment where my students feel safe and are able to ask questions and really be active learners. I will make relationships with my students one of my top priorities in order to create a positive learning environment where my students prepare for their future. I'm so excited to be able to make an impact on the future of the world!

Bethany Gold: Elementary Education Major

I plan to benefit the world by empowering my students to be their best selves. I feel like the modern education system doesn't always cater to the development of the "whole child". As a teacher I want to help my students foster skills in creativity, problem solving, and critical thinking. When they leave my class, I want my students to feel prepared to be better global citizens and more confident individuals.

Annie Wright: Early Childhood Education Major

As a teacher, I think the most beneficial thing I can do is love my students. I am a strong believer that when people feel appreciated and loved, they can do amazing things! I plan on making my classroom a place for students to freely express themselves and learn how to treat others with respect. My hope is that as I spread this love to my students, they will be able to go out into the world and spread that love to others!

Want to learn more about the McKay School? Click here to schedule a meeting with one of our ambassadors ready to answer any questions!

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