I'm James Hennly. I
at Valdosta State University,
pursuing a career in Early
Childhood Education. Through education, I
would like to instill in each child that we never stop learning and
there is always room to grow. I hope they will understand their school,
as well as myself are simply tools they have access to, which they can
use for successfully obtaining their desired goals in life, and
likewise a productive place within society. I feel, through mutual
respect, a relaxed classroom environment, and a great understanding for
individual student needs, my role as a teacher will produce a
happy, more fulfilling educational experience, and will likewise teach
the student skills and knowledge they will not only carry on to the
next grade level, but with them throughout the rest of their lives.
I have been married for
years and have three wonderful children , Joshua 14, Travis 12,
9. Recently, my wife introduced me to
my new found hobby, motorcycles, after having purchased one of her own.
She and I plan small trips exploring the surrounding area together while the
children are in school.
enjoy changing the look of my bike and track all of the
modifications on my blog at vstar-650.blogspot.
My eldest son already looks forward to having a motorcycle of his
own. Although, straying from Dad's cruiser style bike, he insists on
having a sport bike that is built for speed. I think we will have to
talk more about that as the time draws near.
to my decision of becoming a teacher I drove a truck. I enjoyed
my time as a truck driver, however, my wife and I have always planned
for my return to college. While I worked, she raised our children, thus
insuring they always had loving support whenever they may have needed
that they have grown into self sufficient young men, my wife assumes
the financial responsibilities so that I can concentrate on school work.
I view teaching as a gift, offering
many great rewards. With this
gift however, also comes the burden of responsibility. Teachers must
ensure their lessons promote growth and education in every way
possible. The following websites, teachers.net
are designed to help not only new teachers, but can likewise benefit
experienced teachers, alleviating a few of the bumps in the road on the
journey of education.