|What is your educational philosophy?
Present high expectations, encourage students to explore, differentiate instruction to meet the needs of each individual in the classroom, and be enthusiastic about the material you are presenting. Provide structure for students, establish rules as a classroom, get students involved in their own education. Explain why material is important and how it directly relates to your students.
Love what you do, and never stop learning.
Socrates and St. Germain, S. Clements and Tolle, Out under a tree, or on a tropical island; not isolation, but innovation.
Make your class a looked for event by the students.
An ex student once said, 'I'm not here to learn, I'm here to astound and amaze!" I believe we should work towards empowering students to believe they can in fact astound and amaze us with their insights, understandings and discoveries. Our goal is to lead them in the direction of becoming independent, self directed learners.
it is needful for everybody always participate in economic life
I don't know that I have one, except that if I am interested in and enthusiastic about what I am doing, that can't miss with anyone who has any interest in the subject at all. Also, I try never to be surprised about what people don't know and consider it a challenge to find a way to impart that information that anyone who is paying attention can understand.
Every child, regardless of age, race, color, creed, gender, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, or any other variable that I've forgotten to name, is entitled to the highest quality of education our world can provide in all subjects--academic, artistic, and athletic--so as to prepare them to pursue the careers and hobbies they wish to pursue and become well-rounded adults. If a teacher is incapable of providing such an education, he or she should refer the student to someone who is.
Be an example, your actions speak more than words. Be a learner, a person who is teaching is also taught.
To help each student become all he or she is capable of being!
I am basically a progressive educator, in the sense that I value a child-centered, discussion-based approach focused on the development of useful questions.
Teach through experience gained throughout the years. It is not enough just to show how to make drinks but paint a picture on the potential of what they can become.
To give as much of myself as possible and that all the knowledge and information I have and have learnt I willingly and happily share. Education is very important and should be shared as much as possible.
To explore , learn and share.
Every one can learn anything, if you just teach it in a manner of the person's learning style.
Above all else I want my students to be independently minded. That is the greatest gift any teacher can bestow upon a pupil. Unfortunately my field work very rarely does this. They just line students up and tell them what to do. I like to create activities and to prompt thinking so that students discover things for themselves. I act as a coach or a guide as opposed to a person who just barks orders. If a student finds out something for themselves and can be guided how to improve it, they will commit to it more. This commitment is further encouraged by my "think like a teacher" philosophy. All my students are encouraged to train their fellow students. As often as possible, I put them in positions where they are empowered to take responsibility for their fellow classmate and to improve him or her.
I see strength in individualism. By getting a student to acknowledge the advantages of being unique you not only build confidence, but also creativity and progress. We do not abdicate blame or responsibility, we look at how a single person can change things for the better. In a frontline self defence situation no one can tell you what you will do. Only you will have a good idea of what you will be capable of by honestly assessing yourself through pressure testing and applying reason. On a macrocosmic level we encourage students to make a difference in their communities and through their own education and careers. By taking an individualistic approach I also point the dangers of mindless conformity or simply obeying herd instinct.
Reason and logic are key skills for a student to learn if they are going to approach anything that is practical. We need keep a reasoned sceptical eye on what we are being taught, how we are being taught and why we are being taught. Every drill, exercise or test will have some type of flaw and this must be acknowledged in order to make any progress. No one is above questioning and no one is above error. We take our inspiration from the scientific method, which means that students are encouraged to test everything.
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