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How has peer teaching affected you as a person

How has peer teaching affected you as a person

                  How has peer teaching affected you as a person? Peer teaching has affected me as a person because it has brought me out of my shell. It has made me less shy because I know that I have to be able to speak in front of the class. I can't be shy in front of a class.

Another reason peer teaching has affected me as a person was because I have to be able to help and talk to the students and I have always had a fear to help students because I am scared that I will tell them the wrong answer or even say the wrong thing. Being a peer teacher has been and interesting experience and I can't wait to see how the rest of this semester goes for me.

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Describe your own style of leadership, in relation to your placement teacher's style 
                 My placement Teachers teaching style is very cheerful and enthusiastic and when she teaches it is very interesting. She is a very organized, happy, and fun teacher. I am very happy the I got her for a placement teacher.

My leadership style is very quiet and I feel very fearful that I will say the wrong thing, but most of the time I feel like most of the students are afraid of me. Well I wouldn't blame them, I am an older student and I don't know most of them outside of the class. I have a very different leadership style than my placement teacher.