Teacher Mission Statement

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My mission as a teacher is to enable students to learn the valuable lessons of history, as well as to flourish and grow holistically. The best way of fulfilling this mission is to create a setting in which the student is surrounded by resources that are intriguing to him. I can achieve this mission through incorporating primary sources and artifacts that will increase curiosity among the class. Introducing new documents will enable students to discover new details and concepts of history, encouraging each student to find the niches in history that are the most intriguing. My role is to train students to learn the historical concepts, mold them into active citizens, and encourage them to become lifelong learners. The drive to learn starts in the classroom. My responsibility is to provide students with artifacts and ideas that will push students to grow and explore. This means relying on the ideas of historians and great leaders, and in this allowing students to decipher and analyze concepts. The teachers role expands beyond simply handing out material, but instructing and evaluating through a variety of intelligences and channels, …show more content…
Each student who enters my classroom has the responsibility to assist in his or her education. I will hold students to a set standard for work and behavior that creates a productive learning environment. Students need to behave appropriately and respect their fellow students and me as a teacher. I expect that my students put forth an effort to learn, to become better people in my classroom, and to apply concepts from the classroom to real life. Besides the effort that I expect out of students, they need to be responsible for their actions and assisting me in the process of learning. The best way to start this process is by exploring and discovering topics that students may find

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