personal teaching philosophy

There is no right or wrong way to write a personal teaching philosophy. However, for the purpose of this assignment, please follow the assignment guidelines below to connect your beliefs, goals, and strategies into a coherent approach to help students learn and grow.

Assignment Guidelines

Philosophy Paper Requirements

· 3pages

· Use a first person narrative and present tense.

· Write sincerely, uniquely, and memorably. Avoid clichés, jargon, and technical terms.

· Include specific (not abstract) ideas, using 1–2 concrete examples, whether actual or anticipated experiences.

· Show humility and mention students enthusiastically.

· Include your conception of how learning occurs.

· Communicate your goals as an instructor.

· Include actual or anticipated teaching strategies and methods.

· Include justification for why you teach (or anticipate teaching) the way you do.

· Include a brief discussion of how your teaching (or anticipated teaching) facilitates student learning.

· Include a conclusion.

To assist you in developing your teaching philosophy, you may choose to include any or all of the following:

· Famous quotes

· Your personal experiences as a learner

· Your views of the educational system

· Your interest in new types of teaching and learning

· What you think students should expect from you as a teacher

· How you know your goals for students are being met

· How you create (or anticipate creating) an engaging or enriching learning environment, and specific activities or exercises to engage your students

· using the 7th edition of APA 

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