Professional Philosophy: Strengths And Reflection In The Classroom

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9I: models professional behavior that reflects honesty, integrity, personal responsibility, confidentiality, altruism and respect. PA 40: Document how your demonstrated honesty, integrity, personal responsibility, confidentiality, altruism, and respect throughout the preclinical experience. I demonstrated honesty, integrity, personal responsibility, confidentiality, altruism, and respect throughout the preclinical experience by being myself and performing to the best of my abilities as a teacher candidate. When I worked with the students, I was honest with the feedback I gave to students and tried my best to assist students to the best of my ability and knowledge of the subject area. I voluntarily was willing to assist students to enhance student…show more content…
The learned the terminology, student learning, and how to increase student learning in the classroom. I have learned what my true strengths and weaknesses are a future teacher. My two strengths are giving students positive feedback and demonstrating a positive attitude. I prefer to give students positive feedback, rather than negative feedback, due to the fact, students is more likely to perform well in the classroom. I am an optimistic individual, and I like to show and demonstrate to students a positive attitude. On the other hand, my two weaknesses are: assertiveness towards students and not finding my role in the classroom. From time to time, I find it difficult to find my role in the classroom because I want the students to respect me, but not perceive me as their main teacher. Last week, I had a student try to sit too close to me, and I could not find the proper way and words to address to the student to quit the behavior, without hurting the student’s feelings. After this preclinical one experience, I have discovered my strengths and weaknesses as a teacher

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