Philosophy Of Teaching Young Adolescents

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Teaching young adolescents is a mission that cannot be taken on by the faint of heart. It is full of challenges, frustrations, responsibilities, heartbreak, and sometimes failure. However, it is an undertaking that is also full of excitement, wonder, joy, and success stories. I strongly believe in my heart that all children are capable of learning and it is my job as a teacher to make sure that each student has the proper motivation, direction, and tools needed to succeed. As a future teacher, I need to be aware of each of my students learning styles, both physical and emotional development, and cognitive learning levels. These are concepts that are needed in order to reach my students on a level they can all understand and also challenge …show more content…
William Alexander to add exploratory classes that enriched the students’ lives and exposed them to different ideas, hobbies and potential outside interests. The founding fathers also wanted schools that were safe, inclusive and supportive of all students. They wanted schools that guided students throughout both academic and personal development on a more frequent basis and not just on a biannually …show more content…
No matter what the family structure is like, students tend to do better in school when families play an active role the school life. William Alexander knew this and wanted schools to bring in community partners to help students become more career focused so that they could start planning for college and their futures. The founding fathers also want to make sure that the schools included comprehensive health and wellness curriculum and actively involved the students’ families in the students’ education. Students ' attendance is more constant, academic performance and student motivation are increased, and behavior management problems decrease when parents are involved in their school life. Schools with more family involvement and parent-teacher collaboration, have a more diverse, enriched, and career based curriculum that keeps the students focus on their goals and the future. As a teacher it will be my job to encourage more parent involvement in their students’ school life to increase student success in and out of the

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