Momiji Ito
Momiji Ito

Momiji Ito

Momiji Ito
Faculty Department
Faculty of Education Department of Education and Culture
Municipalities that passed
Passed the Saitama City Teacher Recruitment Selection Examination (Global Study (English))

Q1. What made you want to become a teacher?

It was triggered by the words of my homeroom teacher when I was in the second year of junior high school. After that, I became interested in the profession of a teacher, met many teachers, and while I was involved, I wanted to be close to the growth of students whose minds and bodies are changing drastically, so I became a junior high school teacher. ..

Q2. Please tell us what you worked on to become a teacher after enrollment.

I tried my best to tackle each of the daily lectures. In addition, we conducted regular research so that we would not miss the information related to the teaching profession provided by local governments from the 1st year. As an off-campus activity, I participated in a teacher training school in Saitama City.

Q3. How was it using the teaching profession center?

I used it in earnest to prepare for the essay for the entrance examination of Saitama City Teacher Training School, but regardless of the grade, the teachers are very kind and supportive, and it makes me want to do my best. I felt it was. In addition, I was able to gain confidence in myself by taking measures for interviews and subjects by subject until just before the exam, even outside the study session.

Q4. Please tell me the measures for the teacher employment exam.

In the 1st and 2nd year years, I gradually proceeded at a reasonable pace, such as reading the teacher recruitment exam preparation magazine and looking back on the mock exams. After the teacher training school entrance exam, which was around the summer of my 3rd year, I wrote essays on a regular basis and deepened my knowledge of specialized education subjects. Since I didn't have a primary exam, in the 4th year I mainly prepared for interviews and practical exams, which are the contents of the secondary exam.

Q5. Please tell us what you learned in the practical training.

Every day was a series of learning, but I felt that I was able to learn about the diversity of students that cannot be learned from university lectures alone, the abilities that are actually needed in the field, and the abilities that I should acquire in the future. I am. Students have various personalities, and each has different worries, weaknesses, and weaknesses. There are gaps between the image of junior high school students (scholastic ability, mental aspects, etc.) that I had in mind before the training and the actual students, and it is very difficult at first to fill in the gaps and to teach and interact with them according to the students. I found it difficult. However, by spending a period of three weeks, I think I was able to get an appropriate sense of distance and the words needed in class.

Q6. Please tell us the image of the teacher you are aiming for.

I want to be a teacher who can always be close to the students, think, feel, and learn together, continue to grow, and develop the potential and abilities of the students. To support students with detailed voices and empathic understanding in all situations such as learning, club activities, and daily life, and to develop the goodness, individuality, and potential of the students found in them. I want to be able to propose and support various opportunities.

Q7. Please give some advice to current students who are aiming to become teachers.

I thought of it, but there is the word good day. It's never too early to prepare for a recruitment exam. Let's do it now, I want to do it! If you think so, I think you should try it first. When you are preparing for the employment exam, you may feel anxious and impatient, but even in such a difficult situation, please believe in the efforts you have made so far and overcome them. The more you make an effort, the more you will become your own strength and weapon. Please do your best to the end. I support you.