Hello everyone! I will be starting my Bachelor's of Education program in September 2019. I do have some experience being as a tutor and teaching assistant. I also have some experience teaching business English and general English online one-to-one with adults. I plan to reflect on these experiences to understand what went well & what I could improve on. The reason why I would like to do this is because I really want to be successful and prepared for my teaching practicum. I understand that there is no such thing as being a perfect teacher, however I believe that there is always room for improvement and that every day is an opportunity to learn. I've been reading articles on tips for student teaching, browsing Pinterest to see material that I could use in my future classroom, looking at vlogs on student teaching, and volunteering in different high school and middle school classrooms to learn about different classroom management techniques. I also have met up with a student who has previously done the same Bachelor's of Education program that I plan on doing in September. What else can I do to better prepare for my teaching practicum? What kind of advice would you give a teacher candidate who really wants to be successful in his or her practicum? I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation to all of you for reading this post. I am opened to all your suggestions. I wish you all the best in your future endeavours and I look forward to hearing your opinion.