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Do you have vague fears, which you cannot explain?

2 ____ Do you often find

yourself distressed and anxious, but are unable to put your finger on the problem? 3
Do you wake with a sense of apprehension and foreboding, feeling that
something bad may happen, but dont know what it may be? 4 ____ Do you have
specific fears you can identify and would like to overcome? 5 ____ Are you shy and
easily frightened by particular circumstances and things? 6 ____ When faced with
situations or things that frighten you, do you become nervous and too paralyzed to
act? 7 ____ Do you fear losing control of your mind or body? 8 ____ Are you
compulsive, or have impulses to do things you know are wrong but have difficulty
controlling your actions? 9 ____ Do you fear losing control and hurting yourself or
others? 10 ____ Do you worry over the health and safety of your friends and family?
11 ____ Do you fear that something may happen to those close to you? 12 ____ Does
your over-concern and worry for others cause you considerable distress? 13 ____ Do
you suffer from extreme terror? 14 ____ Do you tend to panic and become
hysterical? 15 ____ Are you troubled by nightmares? Do you lack confidence in your
ability to judge things on your own and make decisions? 17 ____ Do you find yourself
asking other peoples advice, even when you know what you want? 18 ____ After
taking advice from others, do you find yourself confused by the choices, constantly
changing your direction according to the latest recommendations? 19 ____ Do you
suffer from indecision, uncertainty or hesitancy? 20 ____ Do you have difficulty
choosing between one thing and another? 21 ____ Do you experience extreme mood
swings, or have difficulty in keeping your balance? 22 ____ Are you dissatisfied with
your current position in life, feeling that life is passing you by? 23 ____ Have you
tried many different jobs but nothing seems to bring satisfaction? 24 ____ Would you
like to find a new career or change your old one, but have difficulty deciding what
you should be doing? 25 ____ Do you lack confidence? 26 ____ Do you not try things
for fear of failing? 27 ____ Do you feel inferior, and that others are more capable and
qualified than you? 28 ____ On rising in the morning, do you find yourself tired, not
wanting to work? 29 ____ Do you feel some part of you needs to be strengthened
before you can tackle your job? 30 ____ Do you find once youve started working,
your tiredness is forgotten, and youre able to complete your task? 31 ____ Are you
absent-minded, or does your attention easily wander, making it difficult to
concentrate? 32 ____ Do you find you have little interest in present circumstances,
often daydreaming, wishing you were somewhere else? 33 ____ Do you find yourself
dozing off frequently, regardless of where you are? 34 ____ Do you find you are
caught between living in the present and dwelling in memories of the past? 35 ____
Are there things you would like to have done with your life but never had the
opportunity to do? 36 ____ Do you find yourself reminiscing about the good old days,
wishing you were able to live your life over again? 37 ____ Do you find you are
indifferent and apathetic toward life? 3 8 _ _ _ _ A re you resigned to your current
circ u m s t a n c e s , making little effo rt to improve things or find joy ? 39 ____ Do
you feel youve given up and dont care one way or another what happens? 40 ____
Are you troubled by persistent unwanted thoughts?
Sample #2 Philosophy Statement
I believe the children are our future...
I believe each and every child has the potential to bring something unique and
special to the world. I will help children to develop their potential by believing in
them as capable individuals. I will assist children in discovering who they are, so
they can express their own opinions and nurture their own ideas. I have a vision of a

world where people learn to respect, accept, and embrace the differences between
us, as the core of what makes life so fascinating.
Teach them well and let them lead the way...
Every classroom presents a unique community of learners that varies not only in
abilities, but also in learning styles. My role as a teacher is to give children the tools
with which to cultivate their own gardens of knowledge. To accomplish this goal, I
will teach to the needs of each child so that all learners can feel capable and
successful. I will present curriculum that involves the interests of the children and
makes learning relevant to life. I will incorporate themes, integrated units, projects,
group work, individual work, and hands-on learning in order to make children active
learners. Finally, I will tie learning into the world community to help children become
caring and active members of society.
Show them all the beauty they possess inside. Give them a sense of
My classroom will be a caring, safe, and equitable environment where each child
can blossom and grow. I will allow children to become responsible members of our
classroom community by using strategies such as class meetings, positive
discipline, and democratic principles. In showing children how to become
responsible for themselves as well as their own learning, I am giving them the tools
to become successful in life, to believe in themselves, and to love themselves.
Let the children's laughter remind us how we used to be...
Teaching is a lifelong learning process of learning about new philosophies and new
strategies, learning from the parents and community, learning from colleagues, and
especially learning from the children. Children have taught me to open my mind and
my heart to the joys, the innocence, and the diversity of ideas in the world. Because
of this, I will never forget how to smile with the new, cherish the old, and laugh with
the children.
Learning occurs through comprehension and interpretation of meaning. Through this
Knowledge increase, memorizing, reproducing as so as applying. If you understand
something you are able to memorize it well wherever you go then you can apply it.
Because if you dont understand and you didnt internalized it you cant apply those
said learnings.
2.) As James Zull comments in the book The Art of Changing the Brain, No
outside influence or force can cause a brain to learn. It will decide on its own.
One important rule is to help the learner feel she is in control.If people
believe it is important in their lives, they will learn. We must help them see
how it matters in their lives. My teaching facilitates students learning by
planning ways to engage students in and out of class in activities that use
and develop their reading, writing, and speaking skills as they interact with
the content, with other students, and with me as a teacher. Through this,
their learnings widend. Here are some ideas you can use to facilitate active
learning. Learn students names and call students by name, in and out of
Share excitement about the subject matter
Encourage students to take advantage of office hours

Provide resources to appeal to different learning preferences.

Talk, explain, ask questions, and get feedback.
3.) Have you ever taken a moment to step back and think, Why did I just do
that? Self-reflection is a simple way to dig deeper into your feelings and find
out why you were doing something or feeling a certain way.With a profession
as challenging as teaching, self-reflection offers teachers an opportunity to
think about what works and what doesnt in their classroom. We teachers can
use reflective teaching as a way to analyze and evaluate our own practices so
we can focus on what works. Self-reflection is important because its a
process that makes you collect, record, and analyze everything that
happened in the lesson so you can make improvements in your teaching
strategies where necessary.
4.) The goals for myself and for my students is to bring out the best in each of
us. For me specifically is to improve the way I teach and to become an
effective teacher too. And for my students is to fully mold them after the
semester that when they are going to go to the next level, they are already
develop. Basta te, an katema bah an semester maupay nat ira kaulo... :D
Students will demonstrate critical thinking, Students will demonstrate a deep
understanding of content and be able to apply this knowledge to problems in
and out of the classroom. Students will demonstrate creativity and curiosity.
students will demonstrate respect, will be responsible and conscientious
members of communities, will exhibit confidence. Students will set goals and
assess their own learning and progress. Students will be active in their own
learning. Students will use communication and cooperation skills effectively.
Students will understand the nature of knowledge.