To become a Phys. ed. teacher I believe several important qualities have to be visible and invisible. The indefinable traits must be present in someplace in the person’s overall repertoire. Not every person can show plus hindsight the one that can show would more than likely embody any of the traits I will further mention, especially at the same time, since these are what would create a sports and physical education teacher unique. I am not an instructor though the teachers who I have liked and respected have got all shown many of these qualities and I keep these things. I believe I can 1 day certainly be a high-quality teacher because being the best is one thing I always set as my main goal in everything I pursue. These can be better for my sake as well as in this case my future students’.
The ability to think beyond your box is one with the many qualities I would make an effort to embody in the Phys. ed. atmosphere. The capacity to dream and exceed what are the students believe is possible should always be inside the back of the mind with the students along with the teacher. Criticism is great but at the correct time, it is nice. There is no need to try and crush the dreams and goals of young kids. The minds of the students from Pre-K- 6th grades are just like sponges. The students attempt to absorb every single piece of information they are told and taught. To be a highly effective physical education teacher I believe we need to provide students an improved experience over a “subject-based” class and allow the kids to use their imaginations. The other classes the scholars learn in the daytime, as from experience I know as less fun, so sports and physical education class has to become a place where the scholars can let go, be themselves, and possibly even go somewhat crazy.
The next term I believe a Phys. ed. teacher should illustrate is poise, a thing many might not understand the definition of, but I. How one will act under time limits or even a situation that a person is not used to. This is one characteristic that is challenging to acquire. The most primal emotion is fear or nervousness, then when a school teacher or somebody better authority shows this than they’re considered as weak. The trait of poise will give you the capability to rise on the occasion and present yourself confidently. When a student is sitting in front person and you also look them in the eyes with assurance, they are going to listen, and will also increase the risk for a class go easier. A successful Phys. ed. teacher will surely exemplify this.
Be Serious and Professional
The power to adapt to the environment you’re presented. There is a thin line between teacher-teacher relations and teacher-student. Someone who in a sense is bi-polar would be described as a perfect fit for the physical education role. Be serious and professional when with colleagues then become a 7-year old when you are with the students. Have a fun-loving attitude with the students; anticipate to be serious sometimes using them and not for the point where you are considered ‘mean’. That may be the worst word to be referred to as when just as one elementary school teacher. Just knowing when you ought to act accordingly will make all the difference in any profession, but more importantly in the teaching position because at the same time you happen to be trying to mold young minds.
If someone can display each one of these characteristics, there needs to be no problem as to why they can’t achieve success within the profession training physical education. The capability to think beyond your box, poise, along with the capability to adapt to all situations are key components to not only achieving success within this profession but to be successful in everyday life.