Abigail Wilkerson

"I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells." - Dr. Seuss

Right Brain

We all use both regions of our brain, but the one that I naturally use most is the right area. This means that I tend to have/ express spontaneity, expression, nurturing, social and interpersonal activity, imagination and creativity, artistry, holistic, and abstract and conceptual thinking. With all of these positive subjects, I still need to work on a few things. These include structure, control, clarity, focus, direction, responsibility, organization, planning, mathematical and analytic skills, listening skills, and rational and logical thinking. Overall, I embrace my messy, yet creative solutions and thoughts.

Decision Making

When making choices, I tend to follow the behavioral style. People with that decision making style are sociable, friendly, supportive, action orientated, motivated by acceptance, and avoid conflict. Others sometimes perceive my decision making as "wishy-washy", can't say no", or "too concerned about others". (which is bologna). The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is the one that allows for well designed, people orientated collegian settings.

My Blue Personality

Although this feature seems sad, it's not all that bad. This means I am genuine, trustworthy, caretaker, peacemaker, loyal, optimistic, nurturing, emotional, devoted, friendly. My core need is relationship. It frustrates me when others are negative, cause conflict, and are rude. I am also fun loving, charming, adventurous, artistic, adaptable, creative, witty, generous, and spontaneous.

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors #1


~ Counsel individuals to help them understand and overcome personal, social, or behavioral problems affecting their educational vocational situations.

~ Provide crisis intervention to students when difficult situations occure at school.

~ Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.

~ Prepare students for later education experiences by encouraging them to explore learning opportunities and to presevere with challanging tasks.

~ Identify cases of domestic abuse or other family problems and encourage students or parents to seek additional assistance from mental health professionals.

Working Conditions:

~ School counselors work the traditional nine to ten month school year with a two to three month vacation.

~ College career planning and placement counselors work long and irregular hours during student recruting periods.

~ A normal rehabilitation counselor usually works a standard 40-hour week.

~ Both mental and marriage counselors also often work flezible hours to accommodate families in crisis.

~ Counselors must possess high physical and emotional energy to handle the array of problems that they address.


~ Master's and a bachelor's degree is needed. A human growth and development and social and cultural diversity is needed for this occupation as well.


~ Arkansas: $25.73 (hourly) $53,520 (yearly)

~ U.S.A.: $25.77 (hourly) $53,610 (yearly)

Special Education Teachers, Middle School #2


~ Establish and enforce rules for behavior and policies and procedures to maintain order among students.

~ Teach socially acceptable behavior, employing techniques such as behavior modification and positive reinforcement.

~ Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

~ Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments to evaluate students' progress.

~ Attend staff meetings and serve on committiees, as required.

Work Conditions:

~ Must produce a substantial amount of paperwork.

~ Must document student progress.

~ The emotional and physical demands of this career cause some teachers to leave the occupation (must be prepared for that)

~ Possible year-round school year.

~ Must enjoy the challenge of working with students with disabilities.


~ Educational psychology, legal issues of special education, a bachelor's degree, and the completion of an approved teacher preparation program is needed.


~ Arkansas: $0.00 (hourly) $48,240 (yearly)

~ U.S.A.: $0.00 (hourly) $55,780 (yearly)

Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Post-Secondary #3


~ Explain and demonstrate artistic techniques

~ Evaluate and grade students' class work, performances, projects, assignments, and papers.

~ Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

~ Organize performance grounds and direct their rehearsals.

~ Display students' work in schools, galleries, and exhibitions.

Work Conditions:

~ Postsecondary teachers will work full time and usually have flezible schedules.

~ Must be present for classes, usually 12 to 16 hours per week.

~ Most colleges and universities require teachers to work nine months of the year.

~ Must make an academic plan for that year.

~ Some teach night and weekend classes.


~ Bachelors or higher, three years of work experience in their field, and a license or certificate is needed.


~ Arkansas: $0.00 (hourly) $51,170 (yearly)

~ U.S.A.: $0.00 (hourly) $62,160 (yearly)

My High School Plans


In 9th Grade~ Get great grades, be in as many clubs/activities as possible, and start a resume of all of said activites and accomplishments.

In 10th Grade~ Keep my grades up, take needed assessments, stay on top of activities and practices.

In 11th Grade~ Boost GPA score, take ACT and/or SAT, and maintain my resume.

In 12th Grade~ Recieve letters of recommendation, apply to colleges, complete the FASFA, and apply for scholarships.

High School Graduation

Saturday, May 11th 2019 at 2:30pm

285 Stadium Drive

Fayetteville, AR

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