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The use of technological applications presented itself as a very useful tool, that is necessary to produce work efficiently and effectively.     A computer without the internet is not very productive  and that is why it is important to understand students background and what is essentially the best form of teaching materials to use in class.  Technology, of course, is not the answer to all the problems faced by students with special needs.  Its successful use in the classroom will depend on the characteristics of individual students; the outcomes of the work that students accomplish; the task that meets that meets the needs of a particular student; and the functional use of the hardware and software.  It is noteworthy that Teachers take into account of the child that is not technology savvy or don’t have a personal computer.  He or she will start feeling neglect of the under achiever or afraid that the he or she might send the wrong message of a nonchalant, don’t care personality when this is not the case.
Being a reflective practitioner is a key component of teaching because a teacher can observe where students display strength or weakness.   This way the teacher will be able to create equilibrium and adjust curriculum to meet every student needs.  The final thought is that as education we have enter into a covenant with parents to act as transmitters; so we ought to prove ourselves competent.  the information we transport and transfer unto our students will either be the vehicle that deters the rise or fall of that student.

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I grew up in the beautiful island of Saint Lucia. Migrated to Toronto Canada since 1988 and has resided in Toronto ever since. I studied at Seneca College and graduated with a Diploma in General Arts and Science (GAS). Afterward, I started an under graduate at University of Toronto majoring in English. I am still still registered as a Woods Worth Student. I went on to pursue a degree in Adult Education at Brock University where I graduated in 2009. Now I am presently a Niagara University student enrolled in the Teacher Education program (BPS). I am known for my ambition to follow through with commitments and help others as well

I worked as a Teacher's Aid at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). I am also worked as a Security Guard, and Sales Associate at the Bay occasionally. Currently I am employed with a financial institution as a Lending Specialist.

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