October 18, 2018
A7 Your teaching philosophy
Since I could remember, I always wanted to teach. I used to play “teacher” with my dolls, sit them as if they were in a classroom and just teach them. I have always wanted to become a teacher because I love school, and I want to help young children learn and succeed. Being a teacher to me means being able to develop a relationship with the students that will encourage them to come to me with any sort of problems and concerns. I would say I have a combined teaching philosophy and they both mesh each other very well. This is my guiding philosophy of education, to nurture others to become the best they can be and to let students needs and experiences determine their academic success, progressivism.
I believe all students have the ability to become anything they want to be, given the right guidance and proper conditions. Students need guidance and a teacher who will motivate them to succeed. Sometimes all students need is a simple spark to get the dice rolling. A teacher who can make time to talk to students and help them with assignments or questions can do so much for the student and they will know we care about them as students and individuals. And that is important. Whether it is a busy school week...