My personal philosophy is that each child has his/her own unique potential, as w

ell as his/her own preferred style in reaching it. Some children benefit if the
amount of information on which they must concentrate is limited to small amount
s or chunks or oral information with no visual distractions. Others learn more e
fficiently if they have visual references which can be easily accessed. Often t
he action of writing helps to fix information in one s memory. Still another approa
ch which benefits some children involves large body movements, such as sky or de
sk-top tracing.
My vision for schools is that they be havens for learning, where learning happen
s constantly, regardless of the time or place. The curriculum frameworks provid
e the foundation for what students need to learn. We as professionals need the
resources and academic freedom to build on that foundation and fulfill those nee
ds.
In order to lay the groundwork for this new learning system, we will have to adopt
a new set of basics 3 Rs: Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships.
With any of these strategies, of utmost importance is respect for the individual s
dignity and self-worth. All individuals need to feel valued and encouraged. A
teacher can have lasting positive effects on a child s life by building on his/he
r strengths to remediate the weaknesses and thus helping each child feel uniquel
y important and valued in some manner. Only in this way can we help children be t
he best they can be and reach their innate potential. Respect for a person s learn
ing style will help remove a child s blocks to learning.
My vision for education is that schools take responsibility for identifying the
most effective approach to educate all learners, so that these students will fee
l empowered to take responsibility for themselves, that is, take on an I can do t
his attitude. As students develop confidence in themselves, they will innately f
eel encouraged to form the relationships with others that are needed in this soc
iety.

------------Very few people will challenge you if you say that the world seems to be changin
g faster and faster. Driven mostly by technological progress and global integrat
ion, the speed of everything is going up and up, and this is now demanding the i
ntroduction of permanent changes and reforms in the educational systems. The tea
cher s new role is undisputable. I believe that the most magnified side in the tea
cher's role is being facilitator. So, he can facilitate learners to explore and
investigate in a creative way by creating a conducive environment for learning.
In old days, we thought that teachers knew everything. In 21st century, the info
rmation revolution makes it very difficult for teachers to follow all the knowle
dge. Today the dynamics have changed & the teacher's role is that of a catalyst
in classroom than of a knowledge bank, speeding of the reaction of learning.

Technology is remarkably emerging as an important component of recent reforms in
educational systems world-wide. Guidelines for planning and integrating technol
ogy in the curriculum have already made their way to so many school programs. To
day, being a teacher does not simply mean possessing knowledge and skill orally
or in writing to learners and make sure their books are tidy, but it also means
being comfortable with the use of mobile devices, Web 2.0 tools and hands-on ma
terials to design content, select appropriate methodology and search for adequat
e assessment techniques.

All teachers should not only be equipped with differentiated teaching learning process and skill but al so believe in supporting multiple intelligence theory. I teach my students how to use information as a means and not an end. . It is also important to engag e them into group activities and project based learning. Teacher s role in modern world is to train students to use their minds to think about the issue first and then think about the solution which is set be fore them. The classroom environment should be conducive and support the development of cri tical thinking and promote creativity in children. If we are able to teach our children how to think early in life. Another major role of teacher is to teach students how to learn rather than what to learn. I learn with and from my students. That's what makes teach ing exciting for me. They lear n to solve both social and personal problems with facts. I do not consider mys elf the sole provider of information. colleagues or whomever. One benefit that this style brings with it is the chance to pinpoint where a student has gone wrong and give them a reason why.An on-going in-service training in this respect is the one way out if we really feel we are lagging behind our students. we will give them the tools neede d to make intelligent decisions throughout their life. I teach by conversation as I encourage my students to participate and share their ideas with their peer s. Overall all students shou ld be given opportunity to think apply and practice. It is an ongoing process of learning. but will also have that student write out the reason why they gave the answer that they did. -------------Education is a value. I integrate technology into my classrooms. This style of teachin g will give a student the same addition problem.