My education philosophy is that every student can be intelligent despite their current conditions, and it is the role of the teacher to instill this belief in them. Most times, teachers tend to be convinced of who performs well in class and who cannot. This has become a trend, and intelligent students perform well while others fail. I believe that even the bottom performers can become excellent when put in the right learning conditions. They need motivation, attention to meet their education needs, and guidance on dealing with life situations. Typically, the difference between the most intelligent learner and the weakest performer lies in belief and conviction. The top performers believe they are wise, while people with low incomes may think they’re not brilliant. However, other conditions, such as home situations and parental motivation or demotivation, could significantly affect children’s performance.
Notably, in my early learning years, I did not get any motivation; thus, I did not believe in myself. It was not until I believed in myself after growing up that I became an excellent performer, and I always wondered how intelligent I could have been if this belief had been instilled in me at a young age. As such, I aim to motivate all the learners and make them believe in themselves while creating the most favorable learning conditions. I aim to help all children develop their potential and learning approaches. A positive attitude and open-mindedness will be the core of my teaching approach. Every student deserves an opportunity to be great, and inspiring young minds creates all the difference in the world. If children can believe in themselves when it comes to education, they will transfer this belief to other areas, even as adults.
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Next, in your portfolio, you must provide a one-page document stating your professional and personal philosophy as with all papers, type in MS Word, 12-point font, and double space. Make sure that you check this document for errors.
Some examples of teaching philosophies have been attached for you to review for better understanding, but remember that you must write your own based on your beliefs and what has been learned from the textbook readings.