Personal Statement For Teaching Philosophy
I always had an insatiable need to explore and travel and see and learn new things. At a young age I learned I could time travel through books and stories, even documentaries on TV about the past and even learn from others mistakes. I learned about genealogy and found out the history of my family, making me feel more connected with the world around me, and how far my family, and others, have come since the beginning of time. I want to share my enthusiasm for knowledge of the past with the generations that will create the future.
Although many students believe history is boring and even redundant, I believe in the opposite. As the great philosopher Cicero once said, “Not to know what happened before you were born is to be a child forever. For what is the time of a man, …show more content…
Being truly involved in a class is usually more entertaining and keeps students focused in the class. The more positive a class environment is, the more the child will want to be there which leads to motivation to learn and retain information. In reference to games, usually rewards at the end such as prizes like candy or possibly bonus points gives incentive to the class to participate and maintain important material. This is also what psychologist call positive reinforcement, which has been proven to be