Friday, June 3, 2011

Education is Important

I am still in the dilemma whether to continue my Masters in Education or shift to CNA course. My experienced as a classroom teacher taught me the importance of patience and compassion. Half of what I learn from school did not prepare me from the real classroom situation in a public school setting. Experience truly is the best teacher of life. Looking on the lighter side as a graduate of a University, it molded my personality as a goal oriented person. I am sure you are too whether you study in in Walden University or somewhere else. We usually aim a Higher Education as a way of self-fulfilment and our thirst of knowledge. Right now, I am drawn to shift careers such as the CNA because I love being with the elderly. And besides, I have the patience to listen to their stories for more than a decade.

1 comment:

  1. I would say, go back to school! I finished my bs in computer science back home but I decided to shift to radiology and I am enjoying it. We were by the way planning to visit Orlando in July. I hope that the temperature is going to be bearable!

    Enjoy your Sunday with your family,

    Cheers and blessings


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