Educational Philosophy Statement And Analysis
Furthermore, I expect to change the perception of students who think learning Spanish is difficult. I want my students to realize early on that learning a second language can actually be fun.
Some of the most important things I learned, aside from inspiring students, is having strong classroom maintenance skills and just being comfortable to speak with large groups of people. The majority of the classes I observed had a minimum of 30-35 students, so having to juggle that many personalities is a pretty tough job. My cooperating teacher makes this look so easy, but she told me that classroom maintenance is something that I will learn as I progress as a teacher. She mentioned to me that it is all about “knowing my students”. I must say, I agree with the sentiment, because she has students who are so eager to learn, but a select few cause disruptions and can sometimes make the work environment a little hectic. I can already see that this is something that I will have to get adjusted to when I make my transition from student to teacher. I’ve always been the type of person to take on a challenge, and I think my personality will make for a great teacher. These things are really important because ultimately at the end of the day, I am responsible for these students, and …show more content…
My biggest priority when I report to my first teaching assignment is to develop a strong student-teacher relationship. I think it’s vital for the overall success for learning. I plan to go in the school and learn from my colleagues as well. One of the most important valuable things I learned from Danielson’s Framework for Teaching is that a teacher should always be willing to learn in the classroom and outside of the classroom. I plan to learn as much as possible through workshops and conferences, so that I can make sure that I am putting my best foot forward at all times to help my students succeed. Not only that, you can sense the camaraderie between the staff and