Philosophy of Teaching

My philosophy of teaching starts with the perspective that each student is a learner, and is capable of gathering knowledge in order to provide them with the skills to gain wisdom for a lifetime. My vision as a teacher begins with the belief that I can promote learning for every student regardless of background--that each student is a learner, and is capable of gathering knowledge. I will be an example of positive values and ethics in my personal and professional life. My heart is to educate using the classics, I believe understanding great minds, studying their lives, and their works; whether that is art, philosophy, plays, literature, or mathematics can mold a person to understand themselves in the greater world around them. Purpose and General Map:   To truly value each student, to respect, see importance and excellence in them. Each person is a learner, and can gather information applicable to their situation and lifestyle from many forms of education. When placed in a situation of higher expectations, the learner will grow and mature.  I value classic literature, better word usage, clear writing, and class discussion, and plan to teach using these methods.  Mathematics should be clear and consistent throughout a student’s career, and should start with difficult concepts earlier.   I care about people being educated and mastering the love of learning. I will be purposeful to gather as much information about each student’s individual learning styles and teach in a dynamic and way to reach each student.

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