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Personally, I want to see my students develop and work together for their own betterment. By doing this, I will introduce group works and group discussions in the junior high school students. I will also introduce project development in class to enable my students be familiar with the various complex fields required by them. The projects aim at providing the presentation of facilities, which would be utilized by both the students and the teachers in conducting practical tests, which are within the STEM field. I will also ensure that all the students have enough freedom, which will allow them to improve in their creativity and thus better effectively express their ideas.
There is the need of improving my teaching skills within the class, which would necessitate transformation of different methods that are utilized in teaching. Alternatively, increasing the need for academic relevance especially in theoretical materials within the practical setting would be important for my class. This would most definitely encourage the students on the materials viability and also enhance theoretical concepts and understanding within the classroom. I also hope to help the students in conducting laboratory studies, which are within STEM field since my philosophy is based on ensuring practicality teaching in the STEM field.
I will also provide my students with enough space which will support academic development and learning among the students using this particular program. By doing this, I will be in a better position to develop an effective approach in managing any conflicts arising from some of the students educational requirements and budgetary issues. This particular field will enable the students link the educational program and their own development hence betterment of their results. To enable the students participate in the field without any
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A good learning environment would inculcate values such as punctuality and politeness and also instill a sense of responsibility within the students towards their own actions. In turn this will help the students to gain an insight into what is right and wrong and thereby become more careful in their decision making in their academic, personal life and all future endeavors.
While some people expect that the process of learning can only take place in the classroom setting, it is important to realize that the learning process can take place in any given place and time. Learning does not have to take place in a formal setting.
Students should be free to express their ideas. A teacher should help students develop social and emotional skills. Educational philosophy Introduction Teachers and tutors impart knowledge that helps students become responsible adults. Education entails helping the learners develop their cognitive, social and emotional abilities (Moore, 1982).
Often philosophical understanding plays a greater role in teaching practices than any theoretical beliefs. Nevertheless, learning theories are central to the instructional process in education. I believe that learning environments are quite complex and involve diverse learners.
Thus, I support Bandura's adage: "He who learns from his experiences is wise; but who learns from the experiences of others is wiser."
There are several important information that I find very essential in education in relation to Bandura's in social learning theory and these are concepts of vicarious reinforcement, imitation and modeling.
Our personal theories of learning and instruction are fluid, changing as we gain real-world experience, meet other teachers and students, and engage in professional development. At this point, my personal educational philosophy is centered on creating an optimal environment for learning, using proven instructional models, providing differentiated instruction for students at various skill levels, and involving parents in their children's schooling.
It is often heard that Why an education philosophy necessary The answer to this question is What Barbara Wilt told us. "A teacher's personal philosophy of education is a critical element in his or her approach to guiding children along the path of enlightenment" (Neil, 2004).
My notion of educating children had been traditional: TEACH children to be better persons, to be knowledgeable, to have a deep thirst for knowledge, and to become successful someday. Of course, I have assisted in the teaching of children between four to seven years old. I