A Personal Statement: My Personal Philosophy Of Education

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There is a quote that states, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” This quote is very true to how I view being an educator. The joy of helping children succeed and helping them aspire to be the something great is not what I consider a “job”. I considered it my obligation as a caring and encouraging individual to become a significant part of a student’s personal and academic growth. Teaching is a way of life in which I have aspired to live for quite some time.
I believe that education should be an empowering process that guides and allows children to develop their passions, critical thinking, and compassion towards intelligence. The process should nourish the potential in every child. Self-cultivation should be the purpose of education. Guiding these students to realize their full potential offers improvement and adjustments a student’s emotional and technical developments.
Each and every child offers me the opportunity to go above and beyond the “norm” of what would
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The students will be responsive to a positive setting and will most likely open up easier. Having an engaging personality and teaching style holds the student’s attention in discussions and work in the classroom. A great teacher also has good classroom management skills and can ensure respectable student behavior. I also believe a teacher should have high expectations for their students and personally for themselves, meaning a teacher should have subject knowledge on the curriculum and standards that they teach. I also believe that a teacher should always be communicating and learning new and effective ways of teaching. Coe-effort between staff, teachers, and parents is essential for everybody involved including the students. We are all apart of these students’ lives and it is imperative that each and every one works together with the success of the students in

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