TEACHING PHILOSOPHY Except the other jobs, being a teacher needs different qualifications. There are many theories that explain how to be a good teacher. As a business student who may teach in the future, I would like to keep up with the times and try to be understanding to the students. If we want to face to the truth, we need to accept that most of the students never enjoy the class. Unfortunately, counting the minutes might be more interesting than listening the teacher. At that time, we need to get their attention. If I was a teacher, I would talk about the trend topics that all student take interest in. Since the contents of business area change everyday, I would like to read about the news with the students in order to ensure they are familiar with what is going on in today’s society. I would choose one of the companies, for example such as Apple or Samsung, and also talk about their strategies that they would use at marketing class. Also I am very sure that most of the students will enjoy talking about the income of World Cup in the finance class. Obviously, we can not follow news without using technology these days. I would like to allow my students use their laptop to access internet for reading news. Also using power point slide show makes the class more enjoyable. People will most likely forget what they hear, but it is hard to forget what they see. On the other hand, I believe that a student who is majoring business needs to learn how to be a good businessman/businesswoman. Sometimes a theoretical information means nothing in a…
Philosophy of Teaching
As a teacher it is very important to have a philosophy of teaching. One needs to think about what it important to them as a person and what they want their students to get out of being in their classroom. One should aim for their ideal learning situation, and then learn from each year’s teaching so they can improve each successive year. Since I am now coming close to completing my sixth year of teaching, I have had a chance to put my philosophy into practice. I try…
As an educator, I believe that creating the best atmosphere for acquiring the skills and knowledge needed to provide opportunities for education is the least we can do to ensure the successful futures of our children and of ourselves. We are to be held responsible as adults, parents, and teachers to give each child the necessary tools to succeed and build upon as they continue to grow and examine the world around them. Cultivating the mastery of language arts into a child from an…
Statement of My Teaching Philosophy
I believe that, second to loving and sound parenting, teaching is the most important job in
the world. I chose to pursue certification in early childhood special education because I believe
in the importance of early intervention. Abraham Lincoln once said: “Teach the children so that
it will not be necessary to teach the adults.” I would like to add that we must save the children so
it will not be necessary to save the teenager. My teaching philosophy can be summarized…
Personal Statement of Philosophy of Teaching
I am many things. A woman, wife, mother, daughter, volunteer, nurse, and teacher are my primary roles. Each of these roles is fulfilling and co-exist to define how I live my life. My life is intertwined in the lives of many others. Each has an effect on me as I also affect their lives.
Nursing is a discipline of knowledge acquired both through formal education and through life experiences. The sum of these parts continues to alter and refine…
about how children learn?
• How will your beliefs affect your teaching?
o instructional strategies
o curriculum design
• How do you balance the needs of the individual learner with the needs of the classroom community?
• What are your goals for students?
Where You Teach
• How will you bring a global awareness into your classroom?
• What will be your relationship with the community, parents, teaching colleagues, administration?…
In this essay I will examine my philosophy of education, that is, my own personal beliefs about education, and the sources in which I have drawn these ideas from. I will then use this to examine how that I will apply these to my future professional career. I will first start by referring to my teaching metaphor that I used to describe what a teacher symbolised to me. I chose to do an idea that I felt would be unique to myself, in order to highlight my own individuality, a value of which…
Exploring My Teaching Philosophy Spring 2014
1. Why do you believe your students want to learn? Describe them as learners in any way you can.
My students can be classified in two ways. Those that are at school to learn and grow towards a profession and then there are those who have to be here.
The first group is in most cases not really aware of what lays ahead of them- professionally and in regards to the difficulty of the curriculum. By this I mean they really have no concept of what…
My Teaching Philosophy
Initially I believed that my philosophy of teaching would be the result of how I learned in school. Reflecting on my middle school years the majority of the instruction I received was through lecture. This included mathematics as well as science. I can recall coming to class and the teacher standing at the board writing notes on an overhead and we would copy these notes for the entire class period.…
step with the continuing and changing needs of my students. Compared to the regular classroom teaching, special education teachers are faced with a different kind of challenge. They need to adapt to speciﬁc and special needs of each students. Children who have some disability in terms of some physical challenge or limited reasoning powers and conceptual ability need special aids and demand speciﬁc-teaching skills for effective understanding. Because of this, special education teachers need to be emotionally…