Everyone has beliefs about teaching and learning that affect the way they teach. You will reflect upon your beliefs and create a teaching philosophy statement. A teaching philosophy is a personal statement about your evolving educational beliefs.
There are many ways to approach the development of your initial teaching philosophy statement. Since this is a personal statement, there is no right or wrong way to accomplish this task. You will base the approach and format that you choose on what is meaningful to you. As you draft your statement, consider information that will be easily understood by the audiences with whom you will share your philosophy (future employers, your students, other teachers, etc.).
Typical areas addressed in a teaching philosophy statement are: (a) motivations for teaching; (b) instructional methods you believe are best; (c) your teaching goals, methods, and strategies; (d) explanation of how your teaching is consistent with your goals; and (e) your personal goals as a teacher. Again, these are typical, not required areas in a teaching philosophy statement.
develop your initial personal teaching philosophy statement. The statement should be 1-2 pages in length and capture the heart of teaching from your perspective. Remember, there is no one right way to do this so write from your heart and explain your thoughts clearly, so your audience will understand what you believe about teaching.
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