The Worldview Essay - Biblical Worldview

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Biblical Worldview Essay “Belief” is detrimental to the vocation of being an educator and serving in the image of God. Believing in what you do as a teacher takes trust, faith confidence and resilience. God created man in His own image and He expects us to treat others with dignity, respect and compassion while having no bias. This includes what others may or may not look like, what they have or do not have or any physical or mental disabilities. We are to be servants of God as Jesus was; we are to give guidance in our vocational callings, tasks and occupations as true Christians as we are called upon. We are to be role models for our student’s beyond the workplace as well as the classroom. “All things work together for the good for those who love God, who are called upon according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28, English Standard Version). Choosing differentiated instruction was never a hard choice to make. This instruction is about reaching and teaching students with variations of abilities, modalities, and interests. The process is about being treated equally as individuals and teachers adapting to the student. The planning process of the “Great Commission in Reaching ALL Students” is to give each student an equally fair chance to have the best education possible (Ackerman, 2012. p.3). Teachers are looked upon to train students to be disciples of Christ and therefore this has become a hard task for many schools that do not allow religion of any kind. As an…

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