Philosophy Statement Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Having empathy is a very useful tool in the health care industry. Throughout my career as an occupational therapist assistant and physiotherapist assistant I will encounter clients, supervisors and colleagues with different thoughts, personality traits, beliefs, opinions and religious backgrounds. I will always regard others thoughts, feelings and beliefs when treating or working with them as I would expect the same courtesy in return. I believe that a patient should be included in any conversations that involve them, unless it is not in their best interest. I believe it is offensive for a patient to hear a conversation about them in which they are not included. As an OTA and PTA it is my duty to address any changes in condition with the therapist in a private setting and then fill the patient in on the details when given permission to do so. This will help put the patient at ease if they are included in the conversation. I believe that when working with my supervisor it is important to show respect and professionalism. If a situation should arise where I felt that my supervisor was not performing a treatment safely I would approach my supervisor in private and discuss my concerns with what I witnessed. I would like my supervisor to discuss any concerns they have with work I am performing in a private and calm manner and therefore I will always maintain professionalism and respect touchy issues with privacy when interacting with supervisors. I believe that when working with colleagues I have a great opportunity to share learning experiences and knowledge. If a colleague had a question to ask me regarding a clients treatment program I believe it is important to answer the question to the best of my ability or find other sources to answer the question. I believe it is important to work together to treat clients and to share my knowledge with other colleagues in order to provide
The Philosophy Statement of Kristina
The three core beliefs I have a professional in Education stem from my experience in the early childcare field, mentors in my training, and philosophers of excellence in education.
The main component I look at when observing a student is not “How smart is this child”rather“How is this child smart”. This motto came to me early in the field from Jim Greenman. This man is a current legend in the early childcare field, he demands respect for young….
Functional Philosophic Statement
The profession of sport management has to defend its purpose on the daily basis. It is critical that individuals practicing this profession develop a philosophy in order to provide society, and customers with an understanding of its purpose and the direction where sport management is going. Situations will constantly present themselves that will challenge integrity, responsibility, and management skills of sport managers. Therefore, sport managers need to define….
Jody’s Philosophy Statement
My beliefs about early childhood education has been based upon my life experience as a babysitter and working in a childcare setting starting with high school learning center. From these experiences, had a great impact on how I would become the educator that I am today. I believe that children need to learn in a supportive, loving, caring and positive environment for the children in my care. That each child is an individual with needs and a unique person with….
My Professional Philosophy Statement
I believe the purposes of education is to teach the children to do the best they can at everything they do. It 's important to let the children know when they make mistakes to learn from them, and to let them know that they will be loved, even if they make mistakes. Each and every child should experience a positive approach of teaching from mistakes rather than negative. As children no matter the age they remember things; wouldn’t it be better for them to….
Personal Philosophy Statement
I believe that every child is a uniquely special individual who must be provided with a secure, caring, and stimulating environment in which to grow and mature cognitively, emotionally, physically, and socially. It is my desire as a future educator to help children reach optimal results in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. There are three fundamental elements that I believe are conducive to establishing….
Rosa Lee Coley
Philosophy on Education
I was inspired to teach from a bad experience I had when I was in elementary school. I was in the fourth grade and had a teacher that was very unfair to her students. We never played any learning games or activities. She was very as they say "old-school". She never smiled, never greeted us at the door, and we sat at our desk until it was recess time. It was always come in, sit down and do your work. This inspired me because I did not want to be like her….
My professional philosophy statement
My goal is to provide a safe, nurturing, child-centered environment with a high-quality educational program that serves diverse children and families.
My philosophical beliefs are based in my knowledge of child development, theories of child behavior, and acceptable best practices for educating young children:
Understanding children's play and the teacher's role in guiding and facilitating cognitive, social, emotional and physical development….
Nursing Philosophy Statement
Grand Canyon University: NSG-301
March 31, 2015
Nursing Philosophy Statement
Everyday someone is coming across a problem that they have to face, the information’s that people expand, and the things that we learn are engaged and processed in our daily life has made the world that it is today. An individual in their lifetime has contributed to the society at some point in their lifetime, whether it has been through teaching, sharing their ideas or their opinion….
Personal Philosophy and Goal Statement
The way a person believes is usually influenced by various different life factors, which is why no one ever agrees on everything. We all have our own aspect of life. The place where one begins to learn and pick up from is usually home with family. Although there are many things including, friends, books, media, income; and even race, gender, and ethnicity that contribute to why people believe differently. My own beliefs, I think have been influenced by….
Education Philosophy Statement
My perception of education is that it must enrich the lives of students, regardless of their background, challenges, or learning abilities. It can arouse a lifetime commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, it can provide gratification at simply having knowledge about the world, and it can establish the groundwork individuals need in order to pursue a successful career, for the profession of teaching is what makes all other professions possible.