My Educational Philosophy: My Personal Philosophy Of Education

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The world revolves around education, and without it we as people would not be as successful as we are. I would like to be a teacher because I want to help children learn and make a difference in their lives. I believe that children are our future and that each one is different and special in their own way. I would love to have a part of each child future success as I play my role in educating, guiding and providing endless amount of information for them. As an educator I want to help each child see their true potential, and help them reach for the stars, as I encourage them to be great. I want to be able to influence the next generation by sharing my knowledge, and helping them develop their voice and place in society. I want to make sure …show more content…
I will be sure that I satisfy each child preferred style of learning so they can succeed without any barriers. If I have to switch up my teaching style for each child, that will be done. I will go above and beyond for them to succeed. No child will feel left out, or unloved, because I’m sure I will make each child feel as if they are my own. I will remind them that anything can be done if they put their minds to it. Children learn best when they are in an environment where they feel safe and loved. My classroom will be open, clean, accepting, and friendly, so every child will feel comfortable. I will create an exciting learning environment where they would love to come every day. My classroom will be solid with a well-planned lesson plan ready when the children arrive. I will greet them every day before instructions with a positive attitude, and smile to ensure them that the day will be a good day, no matter what happened before arriving. With this type of classroom setting it will help the children be challenged and ready to …show more content…
I will be involved in the community because if I know where my students come from I could relate to them more, which also help in the classroom. I will invite parents into the school more often so they know that their child’s teacher actually care about them. I will protect them from all harm when I am around, and more importantly support them in everything. I will be more than a teacher to my students, as I develop a special relationship with each child. I will be that trustworthy adult for the students that don’t have

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