Teachers at the preschool and kindergarten levels have little difficulty keeping their students occupied and on track. Their aim is to provide constructive outlets for their students' curiosity keeping them focused on the lesson. School helps the student learn responsibility and respect. It gives students routine which will prepare them for higher education courses such as high school and college. It is good to teach this at the elementary level and at such a young age so that they can apply it to life. If positive habits are taught, the student will achievegoals and become successful in life. Being a teacher, you can change a student's life with just one word. Intentional or unintentional the smallest thing can affect a student’s mind negatively or positively. Having that pressure on your shoulders can be difficult, and that is why teaching is not for everyone. For some children it may take a while for them to grasp the concept of a lesson. It may be difficult for others to learn something and that is when the teacher has a one-on-one tutorial or a groupsession for the student to learn and understand. The teacher can have the student stay in for recess, lunch, and after school. Being a teacher can be difficult because you have to set yourself in a different mindset once you step on campus. The way you act when you are with your friends is not the way you should act in a classroom setting with children all around. Teachers must censor there language which may be difficult for some people and body language and dress code is also required for teachers. Being a First Grade teacher, it does prepare you in life for your own children. You adapt to their mindset and know how to communicate on a level that they will trust and respect you. My First Grade teacher loved what she did and got to know each of her students’ on different levels. I got to talk with my teacher a lot and I loved talking to her just as much as her teaching methods. One day I want to share them and make them my own. I could tell my teacher favored in the classroom. She always chose me as leader, captain, and always let me make the morning announcements. It is hard not to build personal relationships with students and treat them differently because not everyone is the same. Building relationships is common but I would not favor any student. I want every student to be able to trust me and be able to share their feelings with me. I look forward to impact and nurture students who lack structure and compassion at home; working with different and unique students.