Philosophy of Education / Why I want to become a teacher?
Philosophies vary from time to time because we live in a world that moves at a very fast pace, and we have to move our ideas with it. I have pursued a BA in Communications and a MA in Secondary Education with a concentration in educational technology. Now, I teach with my English minor, and I absolutely love it. As an educator, I want prepare students not only for college, but for the world we live in today. My philosophy of education is very simple. I believe that learning should be fun while still conducive to learning! I am also a firm advocate of the 21st century learning tools and strategies; I want to show students to take advantage of all the tools that are accessible for them to use to enhance their education. During the pursuit of my degree, I was very fortunate to have an array of different teachers with different teaching styles and different philosophies. However, I was fortunate to have had a few very special teachers who passionately touched my life and whom I’ll never forget. Their contributions and works are quite an inspiration in my career. In putting together this philosophy my purpose is to put together a philosophy that stands on a plan that I believe will most successfully engage real world learning. I strongly believe that engaging students in real-life lessons and hands on activities gives you an opportunity as an educator to make problem-solvers, creators, doers, thinkers, leaders, etc. This will promote life-long learning, and learning for future. I also believe that all students of all races, socio-economic status, religious background, likes and dislikes or any other classification are deserving of a holistic education. This will allow students to fully discover their strengths and weaknesses and most of all their brilliant ideas! With this approach students are also exposed to different cultures and experiences that they otherwise would not have the...
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