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Ahli semenjak 29 Februari 2008
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Education: Elba High School 711 Caroline Street Elba, Nebraska 308-863- 2228 University of Nebraska at Kearney 905 W. 25th Street Kearney, Nebraska 68849 308-865-8441 Education Statement: Graduated from Elba High in 2004. Attended UNK from August of 2004 until November of 2007, studies included History, Early Childhood Education, Writing, and Journalism. Currently taking a break from education to pursue other goals. Interests: Interests included early cooking, American history, world geography, maps, travel, photography, writing, multi-media interest (computer, music production, movie production, ditigital photography), woodworking (mainly building cabinets and shelves), and metal working (mainly welding and grinding materials). Work Related Experience: Basic Accounting Skills Typing Skills Computer Skills Work In design Excel PowerPoint FrontPage Microsoft XP and Vista Access Mac OS Publisher Web design Outlook Multi-Media Programs Photoshop Quark Express Writing Skills Photography Basic Welding Skills (2 years experience) Basic torch Skills (1 year’s experience) Building Ag storage Equipment (1 year experience) Intermediates Take Ups Fixed Ends Platforms Belt Guards Management Skills (1 ½ years experience) Cooking Skills (10 years experience) Team Skills Organization Customer Service Forklift Work History Work history statement: During high school my work experience was a summer job provided by my mentor Lowen Clausen. During those early summer jobs I was taught basic work related skills like organization, math skills, customer service skills, team work, and leadership skills. After high school, while attending UNK, I worked at a restaurant, hotel, and manufacturing company. List of summer jobs: Lowen Clausen (Market Street Associates) 1415 Howard Ave, St. Paul, NE 68837 206-890-0802 Annie’s Affordable Art Seattle, WA Ballard Health Club Seattle, WA Sweet Shoppe 605 Howard Ave St. Paul, NE 68837 308-754-4900 General Kitchen Help June 2002- August 2004 Wendy’s South 823 2nd Ave Kearney, NE 68847 308-236-6628 Shift Manager July 2005- November 2006 Ramada Inn 301 2nd Ave Kearney, NE 68847 308-237-3141 Front desk/Bellman January 2007- August 2007 Associated Staffing 412 E. 25th St. Kearney, NE 68847 308-237-0505 July 2007-November 2007 Material Handling (Chief Industries) Chief Industries Incorporated 4400 E. 39th St. Kearney, NE 68847 308-237-3186 Material Handling November 2007-December 2007 Associated Staffing 2222 W. 2nd St. Grand Island, NE 68803 308-384-8445 Manufacturing January 2008- Present Work Ethics: I believe in good team work and communication. I like to work in an organized manner and believe in the quality of work I do. Work Strengths: I consider myself reliable and hardworking. I like to be hand’s on with any job. I enjoy learning new things and enjoy the challenges that a new environment brings. Work Weaknesses: My main weakness at any job is the anxiety and stress that comes with some jobs. I do deal with severe anxiety and a little depression; I have been working to combat both. Example of work: What does it mean to be a morally responsible teacher? What does it mean to live in a social and political democracy? I have to admit these questions never came to mind when I decided to be a teacher. When I decided to become a teacher, my grandpa had passed on. I had read his obituary and found out that he was a teacher. I felt a calling from him and God to teach. I didn’t know why, but I wanted to teach. I came to UNK wanting to be a history teacher because that was favorite subject. I really didn’t know the full context of the teacher career. I decided to look back and decided to teach elementary education, just as my grandpa had done for years. Now, I am planning to teach young children. My perfect chance to teach and model moral responsibility. What does it mean to be morally responsible? Morally responsible means knowing right from wrong, derived from personal conscience, natural justice, encouraging goodness and respectability, and based on conviction. I have to admit that moral responsibility isn’t my strong topic. I grew up having to learn morals by trial and error. I am still feeling the effects of those errors. I wasn’t a criminal and I knew what I needed to do, but I had no guidance. This makes me all the more to make sure that no child gets the lesser of guidance. I believe that most children before the age of 6 already know what is bad and good. That doesn’t mean the job is done either because you have to guide the students through their lives. I once thought that trial and error would work to let my children learn morals. However, I found that I didn’t want them being the criminal before they learn their moral lessons. In a social democracy you can relate to others, live in a community where there is an opportunity to interact, and have a concern for human welfare. People are very sociable and get-together informally. In our democracy we can do all that freely and so much more. We the people can interact with all people, we are concerned for people, and we are sociable. I want my children to know that. That they the students can and need to interact with all people and have concern. They and all of us need to grow together. Since we live in a political democracy too, they need to know that they are all equal no matter the age, gender, race, religion, and social status. They have say in their lives and others lives. They can make choices. I also have to somehow let the children know that even though we are free, there are laws and rules that need to be followed to keep our democracy alive. I can tell them what is right and wrong, what is respectable, and what democracy means. I think you can do this by using democracy in the classroom. Letting them experience democracy and understanding the world outside them, they will learn by model and show. They need to learn that for every choice there is a consequence. They need to know that people will disagree with them that people will agree that people will be affected by their choices. That will be hard to teach. One method I have been thinking about is Love and Logic. I think that is great because the children learn that they can choose and choose, but that their choices have rights and wrongs. The Love and Logic process is shared control, shared thinking and decision-making, equal shares of empathy with consequences, maintain the child’s self-concept. I feel that Stewardship is one important way to maintain moral responsibility in the classroom. I believe now that stewardship might be the key to creating a good morally responsible social and political democracy. Stewardship is leadership, obligation, respect, responsibility, and freedom. As teachers we need to be stewards to the community, and as students we also need to be stewards in our communities. Teachers need to be leaders and have obligations to the community and their students. Students need to learn that they have responsibility and need to respect the community. They need to be apart of the community and I need to show them that by example. A second moral dimension is Nurturing Pedagogy. As a teacher I will have to be able to be caring to my students. Understanding the student in need is always a first step. You can always help someone you don’t know. I am a person who believes that in every person there is good and a need to be free. I also believe that some people need to still learn how to be responsible for what they do. People also need to know that we live in a democracy and they should be happy about it. Most people complain and complain that they are out voiced; they just need to keep trying. I want to be an example and I think I can very much be that example. All children need guidance in their lives and must also set an example for them to follow. As teachers, I believe we need to let our children learn the morals and about democracy through their own choices. Teachers need to be able to also guide children and shape their values. We must provide children with every opportunity to learn and succeed. Copyright 2007 Steven Brumbaugh
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