My Educational philosophy is defined in becoming a teacher as a set of ideas and beliefs about education that guide the professional behavior of educators. Also included in educational philosophy are one’s beliefs about teaching and learning, students, knowledge and what is worth knowing. My five general purposes for philosophy of education are: to set goals of plan, to teach useful and relevant information, be aware of students learning styles, modeling positive cooperative behavior, to look for solutions and to make sure those solutions are working.
I believe that teaching and learning is both a science and an art, which requires the implementation of already determined rules. I see learning as the result of internal forces within the person student. I know that children differ in the way they learn and grow but I also know that all children can learn. Students’ increased understanding of their own experience is a legitimate form of knowledge. I will present my students with opportunities to develop the ability to meet personal knowledge.
Naturally, I want my students to learn as a result of my efforts. I am concerned with developing the child. I want my students to become self-actualizing people. By extending my personal growth in reading, discussing, writing and reflecting the curriculum will be meaningful to the student and make student’s well-rounded.
I believe that people are good and will work in their own best. Education should focus on the individuality of students and that each student should find his or her own meaning of...