If I can earn a living doing what I love, then it would have to be being an educator. Not just any educator but more like a superhero for Special Needs children in the school system. I have three children with special needs and they see me their superhero. Not only do I make sure they receive an education but I am there to help them with every day struggles. I want to continue helping my children while doing the same for other special needs children.
While attending Georgia State University, I will be pursing my degree in Educational Psychology and focusing my powers on Special Education with a minor in Communication Disorder. I believe these new powers will prepare me to properly educate and communicate with my future students. Throughout my quest on becoming a great educator, I will form an alliance with other superheros in my field to make sure we give our future leaders the best education. No superhero can do it by them self.
My superhero’s in life were Jeff Ransom and Superman. Even though one is a school teacher and the other fights crime, they both love what they do. Both are flawed, but their selfless attitude and desire to do right are unique traits to build on. Helping a child receive a great education is good. Knowing the child will have the courage to and strength to do anything they set their mind to and one day becoming another person’s superhero is priceless.