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A Reflection On Teaching Philosophy

- ... 2010, pp. 212 - 213). Furthermore, a constructivist-educator is one who undertakes efforts to understand students ' already established conceptions, and tailors learning-activities to build upon or challenge these ideas. As a teacher in a classroom, I would do this by implementing active-learning strategies wherever possible, such as inquiry-based activities or real-world problem solving related to what the students know. In teaching students through this constructivist approach, with its emphasis on critical-thinking, I believe that students ' gain an essential skill for lifelong learning: 'adaptive expertise ', which is '[...] the ability to apply meaningfully-learned knowledge and...   [tags: Education, Teacher, Learning]

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Learning Mathematics For Teaching Mathematics

- ... This category of opportunities to learn to teach mathematics include learning how to (i) explore multiple solution strategies, (ii) show why a mathematics procedure works, and (iii) make distinctions between procedural and conceptual knowledge when teaching mathematics concepts and operations to pupils (Brese & Tatto, 2012, p.7). Control Variables. The study used gender and socio-economic Status (SES) as the control variables. Highest Level of Education in the Household. This SES variable was the highest level of the parental education in the household....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Knowledge, Learning]

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Teaching English As Second Language

- ... A child who has grown up in America, for instance, may innately know to say, “it is lovely” rather than “it is love”, but this could be less likely in an adult learner, who may not have that implicit knowledge (Jia, 1283). In my own teaching, I would have to keep a constant assessment of this in the L2 learners’ speaking and writing – are they using the correct tense. Are they using the correct affixes. If not, then I must show, then, how “love” (being a noun) switches to an adjective when it gains the derivational suffix “-ly”....   [tags: English language, Language]

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Personal Philosophy Of Teaching Assignment

- ... These conflicts involve students ' negative attitude towards learning, disrupting class and talking back and forth to the teacher. These conflicts are also due to the tone in which the student talk to the teacher and also the tone in which the teacher answers or approaches disputes in the classroom. As an educator, it is important to have a clear, justified philosophical approach to teaching. It is the core of my practice; the foundation. There must be a purpose and goal when educating. The impression of disrespect based on retold experiences in teacher to teacher conferences and teachers blogs versus actually going into classroom and commanding students respect changed....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Knowledge]

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The Teaching of Saint Gregory

- A. “The Teaching of Saint Gregory” contains many theologically concepts as God and Creation, Christology, human Sin and salvation, eschatology and resurrection. Owing to the limited space, I will only explore some key elements which I think are worthy to be discussed. First, Gregory depicts the God’s attributes – it begins with the faith of Trinity- God created the world and humankind, the Son saved humankind and the Spirit sustained the world (259, 263, 362). There is no one before God and there is no creator (259)....   [tags: Christology, God, Creation]

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Paradox in Teaching and Learning

- Palmer’s third chapter speaks about paradox in teaching and learning. He describes paradox, overall, as the inner tension experienced in the heart of every teacher, competing and pulling between laughter and pain, joy and sadness, engagement and apathy. He embraces the soul of the teacher pungently: “teaching...can only be expressed as paradoxes”. Push them yet coddle them, inspire them yet give them thinking time, challenge them yet celebrate their established riches. Parker’s description brings into light the true tension in the hearts of teachers, balancing forces of emotion, identity, intellect, and truth....   [tags: Education]

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A New Way of Teaching

- There are three different stages in education. Primary Education starts in Preschool and goes all the way up to 6th grade. Teachers in the Elementary School teach students the basic subjects that will prepare them for the next stage. The second stage and probably the most important stage is Secondary Education that starts in 7th grade and goes all the way up to 12th grade. Throughout these grades students start to learn more advanced subjects, most of which they need so that they can get an idea of what they want to do for a future career after they graduate....   [tags: Education, teachers]

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Teaching Games For Understanding Model

- Teaching Games For Understanding Model is the topic that I researched. This teaching model was created by Rod Thorpe and David Bunker from Loughborough University. The abbreviation for Teaching Games For Understanding Model is TGFU. This model was made for students to help educate them about the games they play in Physical Education. This learning model does not reflect on the performance from the student. It focuses on teaching student’s skills and key concepts in the classroom. There are six stages in TGFU that specifically target an important skill or concept that the student needs....   [tags: Rod Thorpe, David Bunker ]

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Information About Teaching Styles

- Teaching style is about how materials are delivered, rather than what is delivered. Teachings also refer to the process deliver knowledge and skill from the teacher to the students. It include the activities of educating or instructing. Each person has his or her own teaching style, and aware of their preferences when delivering the instruction. It can be defined as: a set of attitudes and actions that open a formal and informal world of learning to the student. It is a subtle force that influences access to learning and teaching by establishing perimeters around acceptable learning procedures, processes and products....   [tags: lecturing, demostrating, educating]

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices

- According to Gay, culturally responsive teaching is employing previous experience, performance style of student, and cultural knowledge for the purposes of making learning more suitable and effective for students (Gay, 2000). In other words, culturally responsive teaching practice is using cultural experiences, perceptions of ethnically, and cultural features of student to facilitate when teaching. Furthermore, culturally responsive teaching practice teaches through and to the strength of students....   [tags: Education, Culture, Teacher, Learning styles]

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The Benefits of Co-Teaching

- Collaboration in the world of education has become an increasingly popular method of addressing a variety of school issues, such as curriculum design, behavioral plans, professional development and management of resources. One of the areas in which collaboration is becoming more popular is co-teaching in special education, where special education teachers and general education teachers share the planning and instruction responsibilities for inclusion classrooms (Friend & Cook, 2010). As academic standards for the education of students with disabilities are held to the same standards as their typical peers due to the No Child Left Behind Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act...   [tags: Education ]

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Teaching Plan for Nurses

- Nurses have both learning and teaching responsibilities. Continuing education for nurses is very important in order to maintain their knowledge and skills among the health care development. If it is true, that the ability of teaching is a complex process, one fundamental part of this process is the ability of the learner to receive information, process the information and carry out in practice. Learning, is a change in human ability or capability of willing to learn and act on the learning (Blais, Hayes, Kozier, & Erb, 2006); is a transformation of behaviors, existing knowledge, ability and values to change an area of need to become better as individual....   [tags: Interview, Study, Exam]

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Vocabulary Teaching in ESL

- This report was assigned for us to learn understand language teaching and how it is practiced more. My assigned area is vocabulary learning and teaching. For this I have thought about what my thoughts and believes on the subject of learning and teaching vocabulary were and how they changed after interviewing a teacher of English as a second language and a learner of English as a second language. In this report I will discuss my beliefs before and after doing the interviews and further research; the believes of a teacher with the help of a concept map; the thoughts of a learner by doing a small interview and what the experts think by discussing extra material I have read and analysed especial...   [tags: Beliefs, Context, Relatability]

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Teaching: A life goal

- Teaching is a profession that takes years to master. Aside from having at least a Bachelor’s Degree in teaching, a student teaching job, and a few other courses; you have to have the passion, the skills, and abilities to understand a student. A lot of things go in to teaching but these are the most important aside from the knowledge itself. SKILLS- In most schools you will work for eight or nine hour days for ten months with two months off for summer. You also may end up working in a school that doesn’t have updated books or the same technology as other places....   [tags: teachers, students, education, learning]

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Teaching English in Libya

- In the past and present day in Libya, learning English has been free to all students at all levels. Students start learning English as one of the main subjects from the age of 12 until the university stage. Libyan teachers followed the old traditional system, which was the grammar translation method. This method was based on analysing the grammar rules followed by translating of sentences and texts into the students’ target language and memorizing large amount of vocabulary, which was selected from the reading texts....   [tags: Language]

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Teaching Information Literacy Skills

- Last week, one of the teachers with whom I work came to me with a dilemma. In a few months, his fourth-graders will participate in their annual State Night. To prepare for this event, students choose a state to learn more about. Their findings form the basis of a presentation given in front of an audience of peers, teachers, parents, and other members of our school community. My fellow teacher expressed a desire to expand the resources that his students use for research from encyclopedias and reference books to websites and informational databases available through our school library....   [tags: Information Literacy Essays]

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Teaching Techniques Over Time

- “You learn something new everyday if you pay attention” said by Ray LeBlond. It is true, inside and outside of the classroom people are always learning something. It is the way people learn it that is interesting, from a book, other people, hands on experience or trial and error. When it comes to learning everyone is different. This is why strategies in reading and language arts in education are changing. History Early education was not common in the 1800’s. Rarely did kids go to school because the miles of walking to the one room school houses....   [tags: education, ray leblond]

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Teaching Students with Disabilities

- Teaching Students with Disabilities Education is a profession which requires a teacher to be able to communicate with a multitude of students on a variety of levels. There is not a class, or student for that matter, that is identical. Therefore, teachers must be able to identify and help educate students from all different types of backgrounds and at different levels. Teaching a singular subject presents difficulties, but teaching students with disabilities should not be one. There are three main teaching areas that need to be focused on when teaching a student with a learning disability....   [tags: individualization in education]

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Teaching as a Profession

- Teaching as a Profession Winston Churchill once said “Kites rise highest against the wind (1942).” Teachers must find enough determination to overcome the adversity, stress, and other factors that might be sending them the message to leave their job, and stick with it. A teaching profession has some positive benefits, but the negative aspects are enough to push people away from a career in this field. Looking in from the outside, a job as a teacher seems ideal. In what other profession do you have every weekend, holiday, and the whole summer off....   [tags: essays papers]

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Effective Teaching

- Effective Teachers According to your reading, what are the characteristics of effective teachers. What qualities do effective teachers possess. In the book Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional, Kauchak and Eggen (2014) defined effective teaching as, “instruction that maximizes learning by actively involving students in meaningful learning activities” (p. 511). To be an effective teacher one must care about and involve each and every individual student. An effective teacher not only succeeds at helping all students learn, but increases learning for all students as well....   [tags: education techniques]

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Teaching Philosophy

- Teaching Philosophy Stephen Brookfield (2006) defines a teaching philosophy as “…a set of values, beliefs, insights, and convictions about the essential forms and fundamental purposes of teaching” (p. 255). A teaching philosophy should serve to support a teacher and guide his or her actions so that the students’ best interests are always of primary focus. It should also come from within and be an extension of the teacher’s identity. When we consider the difficult environment and circumstances that students face today, the authenticity and actionability of a teaching philosophy is paramount....   [tags: Education, Higher Education]

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Teaching as a Profession

- Teaching as a Profession Individuals who enter the field of education reply to the question why teach with various answers. There is beauty, joy, and fulfillment in this profession, and these spirit-lifting emotions are the result of watching annually as a new group of children enter to learn and leave with the knowledge to achieve. Richard Dufour (2000), author of Why Teach expressed his views on the profession first by stating that teaching is not the career for everyone. He goes on to say, that the education profession has the ability to present the “unique opportunity” for individuals to cast a positive influence upon others (Why Teach, 2000, p.1)....   [tags: essays papers]

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Teaching Goals

- There are several reasons that I would chose to teach in New Orleans. The first would be that I have family in New Orleans and it would be nice to get closer to them while at the same time doing something that would make a difference. I feel that the New Orleans schools are a place where I could make a difference. My goal in becoming a teacher has been to make a difference in the life of at least one teenager and hopefully many more. I want to do what my high school history teacher did. I want to make the past real to students....   [tags: Career Ambition]

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The Philosophy of Teaching

- My Philosophy of Teaching Philisophical teaching stratigies include the following disciplines, essentialism, existentialism, and many others. Of these stratigies the philisophicla approaches each include a distinct direction in the style and type of learning taking place. Lessons should include these philisophical teaching stratigies within there designed properties. Although all of the stratigies may be able to incorporate all learning disciplines and learning styles a lesson does not need to contain the entire array of philisophical stratigies....   [tags: Education Teachers School Essays]

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The Journey to Teaching

- The Journey to Teaching My philosophy on education In taking this course there is one overwhelming fact that has become clear to me- Teaching is an ongoing process in which I will be te Student,as much as I am the Educator. My philosophy on education has greatly expanded from doing all that I can to help children learn, to a string of many ideas, and thoughts, which will shape my classroom. These are what i will discuss in this reflection. Lisa Delpit and her book Other People's Children, was influential to helping shape my educational philosophy....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Inclussive Teaching

- Introduction Problem background Many children face big challenges because of the inclusive education, with a greater number from poorer countries failing to attend schools while the others from rich countries attending classes but ends up leaving unworthy qualifications (Ainscow, 2). Disabled students have the right to good education and feel free to interact with others in classrooms which help them to get rid of loneliness and therefore reducing the stresses. Research question From the research question, the argument is about the children with special needs having different teaching strategies from those of other students....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Mathematics

- When teaching mathematics to children the teacher’s enthusiasm can determine whether or not the child's math experience is negative or positive. For instance if you do not like math chances are, it will show up in the activities that you prepare for the child, as well as the way you go about a question because the children will sense your frustration that you have for math. If a teacher likes math on the other hand the activities will be well thought out, and the children will be able to ask questions without having the feeling that the teacher is frustrated because they are giving off a positive attitude....   [tags: Math Education, teacher]

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Effective Teaching

- Introduction “Those that can, do. Those that can’t, teach”. This simple proverb from George Bernard Shaw’s “Man and Superman” is often quoted in modern times, denigrating the hard work of teachers from preparatory grades right through to the highest academic institutions. While it is true that almost anyone can teach in the true definition of the word, being an effective teacher is a much harder proposition. A truly effective teacher has a wide pedagogical skill set, along with the knowledge of when to apply it, an awareness of their students in terms of their needs and abilities and an understanding of the curriculum and its aims....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Goals

- After watching this video, I started to wonder if our schools are truly preparing our students for the real world. I believe that our educational system expects our students to learn a certain amount of information and regurgitate it back to their teachers in the form of tests such as EOG’s. With this style of teaching, other subjects are suffering. All year, teachers are prepping students to pass the EOG’s while neglecting other areas. Naturally, you have some students who will shine. What about the students who do not learn well with this type of teaching method....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Practices

- In this essay Te Ao Maori, Te Reo Maori, Tikanga Maori and Treaty of Waitangi will be examined. The relevance of these to the teaching practices will be reflected upon. Few appropriate strategies will be discussed to support the implementation of a bicultural curriculum in early childhood education. According to Irwin (1984) for Maori, the creating myths form an important part of their world view, “conveying myth messages that people practice as ideals and norms in their lives “(p.1). The Maori creation myths begin with three stages te kore, te po and tea ao Marama....   [tags: Education, Early Childhood Education]

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Teaching Procedures

- Continuity and progression, in the context of education, refer to the ways in which pupils' understanding builds and develops during their time in School. Cohen et al. (2010, pag 134) defines continuity as "an important educational principle, arguing that the curriculum that is planned must build on prior curricular experiences that the students have had." This requires the teacher to assess where the student is in intellectual development, knowledge, skills, organisation and so, in order that subsequent plan can stretch the pupil instead of rendering the learning boring or impossible....   [tags: continuity, progression, education]

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Teaching in the Nude

- So there I was, standing in the locker room. There were eight four-year olds (boys and girls) the two teachers (both women, around the age of twenty five) and me. It was a Wednesday, which means it is a swim day. As everyone around me began shedding his or her clothes, I felt my heart skip a beat as I wondered where I was going to change. "Um, do I just take off my clothes and change right in front of the children?" I asked, sheepishly. "Well, unless you plan to swim in your clothes, I think it would be a good idea to take off your clothes!" was the Danish response....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essay Example]

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Teaching Practices

- The purpose of this paper is to analyze the role that state standards play in the classroom. The topics that I will include in this paper will be an overview of the usage and role that state standards play in the teaching and learning of students and a summary of a discussion with my guiding practice teacher about standards and data from observing him. In addition, I will analysis how my guiding practice teacher uses standards to help instruct his students. Furthermore, through the lens of the reflective cycle, I will reflect on the intelligent action I plan to incorporate into my future classroom....   [tags: Education, Politics]

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Teaching Phonics

- Phonics is described as “understanding letter-sound relationships, as well as larger letter pattern/sound pattern relationships” (Ruddell, 2009). Though in my opinion there is a lot more to phonics than this. There are several aspects to phonics, different types of phonics, negatives to the idea, and several ways to teach it. In this paper I will address all of these based on research I found, the discussion I had with my peers, and my own opinion. There are different aspects to phonics that should be taken into account by teachers....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Reflection

- Throughout my interview with Rose, I reflected on many of the practices I already do in my classroom and others that I can improve upon or add to my instructional practices. I feel one of the most important things in helping a student succeed in science is knowing who he or she is and how I can best help that individual. Often times this is challenging for every student, everyday as I see 180 students throughout the course of the day and all of them are different. Each student comes to my classroom with different backgrounds, different learning styles and different circumstances and it is up to me to figure out ways to use all of their strengths to help them learn....   [tags: Reflection]

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Intro Teaching Portfolio

- In fulfilment of the requirements for this assessment I taught two 3-hour-seminar sessions which were part of a course on Southeast Asian Theatre convened by a professor of Drama & Theatre at Royal Holloway. The course was designed for a group of ca. 20 second year BA students. I carried out the planning for my two sessions which was then also approved by the course leader who gave feedback on the overall concept. I was not involved in the essay marking but was asked to assist students who wished to write their essays about the topic discussed in my sessions....   [tags: teacher evaluation peaper]

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Teaching Passive Voice

- A. Introduction As guides, teachers play a significant role in imparting grammar knowledge to students. They use their existing knowledge to enhance students’ learning ability during the process of their teaching. As regard to which method should teachers adopt, many researchers hold different views. In this article, the author mainly discusses the strategies in teaching passive voice by evaluating Miss Wong’s pedagogical approach. In the second part, the author will write a proposal to suggest an alternative teaching method regarding passive voice....   [tags: education, language, grammar, student]

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Nursing Teaching Plan

- Introduction A teaching plan is one of the most important steps in nursing process. It is a vital tool used to achieve the best quality of patient care. A nurse should teach the patient what they need to know about their disease or disorder, diet, treatment, medication regimens, and self-care (Taylor, LeMone, Lillis, & Lynn, 2008). In this paper, I will explain teaching plan for diabetes patient with regular insulin injection including with the purpose of plan, outcomes, behavioral objectives, and teaching method....   [tags: health, patient care]

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Teaching Methods Reflection

- In this course I experienced an important change in my beliefs about teaching; I came to understand that there are many different theories and methods that can be tailored to suit the teacher and the needs of the student. The readings, especially those from Lyons, G., Ford, M., & Arthur-Kelly, M. (2011), Groundwater-Smith, S., Ewing, R., & Le Cornu, R. (2007), and Whitton, D., Barker, K., Nosworthy, M., Sinclair, C., Nanlohy, P. (2010), have helped me to understand this in particular. In composing my essay about teaching methods and other themes, my learning was solidified, my knowledge deepened by my research and my writing skills honed....   [tags: Education ]

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My Teaching Philosophy

- At the beginning of my teaching career I had a great deal of knowledge. I knew the educational jargon and the favored teaching strategies, but what I lacked was the wisdom to effectively utilize my knowledge. For me, teaching is a continuous quest to obtain the wisdom necessary to help my students learn. Sometimes this wisdom is obvious as I work with the “golden children,” the children destined for success. But more often than not, it has come from the “problem children,” those unmotivated, hostile and obstinate children who dare me to teach them....   [tags: Reflection Paper]

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Effective Teaching Strategies

- Reflection Item Two: ‘Adapting the curriculum and effective teaching strategies’ Question: Discuss in detail ways that teachers can set up the learning environment in order to maximise teaching and learning, and the advantages and disadvantages that belong with such implementation. In our teaching careers, the biggest achievement we can make; is to succeed in creating a supportive environment which nurtures the emotional, physical, social and intellectual developmental needs of each and every one of our students....   [tags: Education]

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Teaching Young Students

- Preschool, kindergarten, and first grade are essential years in children’s life for learning how to read and understanding the basic fundamentals of language arts. Some of these concepts include letter recognition, sight word recognition, capitalization, punctuation, and reading fluency. Everything that children learn during these important years will follow them the rest of their lives. Reading and writing must start with the very basics of letter identification and then progress to writing and reading words and sentences....   [tags: Education, Language, Music]

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Teaching in America

- Teaching in America ABSTRACT: The term "teaching" is usually used in the Academy without a clear sense of what is meant, resulting in imprecise and ineffective teaching. The standard lines-that teaching is a matter of applying approved methods, that teaching is mostly a matter of teaching skills-as-means to some career or whatever-are reflective of failure in the Academy, measured in its "defect rate" of around 30 percent. The definition of teaching I sketch-skills adopted from a theoretical foundation, in turn based on a critique-is well founded in the scholarly tradition....   [tags: Education Educating Essays]

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Ethics in Teaching

- Ethics in Teaching Ethics should be a main concern when a teacher is deciding how to teach and what he/she plans on teaching. Ethics are the morals that a person believes in. A central concern is a main idea. I looked up pedagogy in the dictionary and its definition is the state or art of teaching. Therefore, when I hear the phrase, "Ethics must be seen as a central concern of critical pedagogy," said by Henry A. Giroux, I believe that he means morals used in teaching need to be looked upon with high regards and also very carefully when a teacher is teaching....   [tags: Education Philosophy]

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The Teaching Profession

- The Teaching Profession Becoming an educator, especially in recent years has been considered one of the most demanding yet rewarding professions in the work force today. Teaching, with its benefits and intellectual motives has risen to become one of the most sought after jobs in society. But even after taking such rewards into consideration, one might want to analyze how time consuming and emotionally draining teaching young people may turn out to be. Along with its rewards and demands, teaching is not only a potentially prestigious profession but also a very unique and sometimes life long career opportunity....   [tags: careers jobs education educator teacher]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching My philosophy of teaching is simple; learning should be enjoyable and individualistic. If the students find the lessons interesting they are more likely to pay attention and in turn grasp the concepts easier. Because every student is different, which I quickly found while teaching in Trenton, I feel that it is best to incorporate a variety of teaching styles into each lesson. With the use of multiple teaching styles and activities I will see that each students needs are met....   [tags: Education Teachers Reflective Writing Essays]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching Twelve years ago, I was not interested in becoming a teacher. I was content with my life. Then, I had two wonderful children. As they became school age, my opinion of teachers was immensely altered. I have spent countless hours within my children’s school, became personally connected to the wonderful individuals who were their teachers, and developed a respect for these tireless workers. These individuals have created a desire within me to enhance children’s lives and improve society through education....   [tags: Education Learning Careers Essays]

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The teaching profession

- Being a Teacher Although teaching, from the outside looking in, appears simpler than it actually is, there are many challenges a teacher faces throughout his or her career. Despite these difficulties, there are also many rewards. As I consider this field for my future career, I will discover some of the most important aspects, such as the beginnings of teaching, how the profession has evolved and where teaching is headed in the future. Also it is important to note the availability of jobs and education you must acquire before becoming a certified teacher....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching Children are not required to have real jobs, but they are required to attend school everyday. A teacher’s job is to show children how to make special use of their time and value their educational opportunities. Students do not get paid for their eight a.m. to three p.m. job, but they will be rewarded for the work that they put in. Teachers will only be truly happy and successful if they are dedicated to working hard and providing a positive attitude for their students. The real reward will be the success of their students and the growth of their knowledge of the world around them....   [tags: Teachers Education Essays]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching As I think back to teachers in my past, many images come to mind. I remember teachers that were kind, patient and understanding. I also have memories of teachers that were short tempered, angry or just plain lazy. Some were eccentric, while others taught with a relaxed teaching style. So I ask myself, what separates the good from the bad. Why are some teachers so effective while others fall short. What in fact makes a good teacher. Obviously these are not easy questions to answer....   [tags: Teachers Education Careers Essays]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching My goals as a teacher are to help students communicate effectively and foster a desire to learn. I believe these two characteristics are important for students to have because despite what problems they encounter or what situation they are in, the ability to communicate effectively will help them in working with others and the desire to learn will motivate them to make positive changes in their life. As a teacher, I want my students to become interested in learning, both in school and in their personal lives....   [tags: Teachers Education Learning Essays]

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Computers and Teaching

- Computers and Teaching Introduction: "The speed with which technology has developed since the invention of the computer has been extraordinary and surprisingly sustained. For educators, the rapid and continuing introduction of new technology into education, has outpaced the ability of teachers and developers to evaluate it properly, " says Levy, (1997:1). And he continues, that as soon as teachers have become acquainted with one kind of software and hardware and have developed some ability to use it for educational purposes, "better" machines appear to displace it....   [tags: Education Learning Technology Essays]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching "The only way in which a human being can make some approach of knowing the whole of a subject is by hearing what can be said about it by persons of every variety of opinion and studying all modes in which it can be looked at by each character of mind. No wise man ever acquired his wisdom by any mode than this." ...John Stuart Mill Multiple perspectives as a means of teaching perspective... I believe that social studies education ought to be both multi-cultural and student centered....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Philosophy of Teaching

- Philosophy of Teaching There are a variety of different styles and philosophies that can be applied to education by teachers. There is no set philosophy, but I feel that the combination of Essentialism and Progressivism philosophies are most compatible with my current educational views. One might say that these two philosophies are exact opposites, but I believe they can co-exist with one another. Essentialism is contingent upon the basic subject matter, whereas, Progressivism places the student’s interest above the importance of the subject matter....   [tags: Education Careers Essays]

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Online Teaching – Now and the Future

- Online Teaching – Now and the Future Online teaching is defined as any educational activity that requires a student to complete some learning or assessment activity via a personal computer and a connection to a network (Murdoch University Academic Council 1999). This network connection is usually to the Internet (Demirdjian 2002). It is a seen by the Murdoch University Academic Council as a teaching and learning technology, not a method of study (2002), but this depends on how it is to be used and by whom....   [tags: Internet Technology Education Essays]

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The Systematic Teaching of Grammar: A Critique

- The Systematic Teaching of Grammar: A Critique From the writer: "The Systematic Teaching of Grammar: A Critique" is a piece that was written for my Peer Writing Consultant class, WRT 331. The assignment was rather open, we were to relate our experiences as a writing consultant to an area interest. I was inspired to choose grammar as my subject area because I found that many students came to me asking directly for help with their grammar. This piece was more of an exploratory piece than anything else....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Teaching Race Explicitly in the Classroom

- Teaching Race Explicitly in the Classroom Many literacy experts point out the fact that at the college level, black students who attend all-black schools tend to be more successful than those attending predominantly white schools. Even though these schools often lack resources and financial stability, they nonetheless produce more high achieving black students than predominantly white schools. For instance, according to Fleming, black students attending Historically Black Universities and Colleges (HBUC) have higher graduation rates than those attending predominately white institutions....   [tags: Education]

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Statement of Philosophies of Teaching and Learning

- Statement of Philosophies of Teaching and Learning Teaching is about preparing an individual to survive in the world around them. In an educational institution, not only are you relaying information of a certain content area to a student as a teacher, but also you are showing this individual how to learn, listen, cooperate, and be responsible. Concepts that are foreign and unknown must be made familiar, from the ancient civilizations to working in groups with people unlike you. Preparing students with this kind of knowledge allows them to successfully undertake the demands of higher education or any career....   [tags: Education Teachers Essays]

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Teaching - A Way to Make a Difference

- Teaching - A Way to Make a Difference To me teaching is a way to make a difference in someone’s life. If it is emotional, knowledge base or physical, we as professionals should help the student be all they can be. The reason that I want to become a teacher is so that I can make a difference. I want to help students open many doors to their future. I feel that a teacher should be the person that twenty years down the road that we still inspire the student. I cannot say that I am basically just one of the philosophies....   [tags: Education College Admissions Philosophy]

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A Teacher with an Expertise in Teaching

- Expertise in Teaching When asked to name the teachers who have had the greatest positive impact on us, we tend to name those who were warm, energetic, enthusiastic, organized, impartial, and competent in their field. Expert teachers employ all of these traits, and, as the text states, are "experienced" and "effective" and have "developed solutions for common classroom problems" (Woolfolk, 2001). I chose to interview my fourth grade teacher, Mr. Mendez, because he not only demonstrates expertise in teaching, but also has created a fun and proactive learning environment, which I hope to emulate in my future classroom....   [tags: philosophy of education]

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Teaching on Marriage in Corinthians and Ephesians

- Teaching on Marriage in Corinthians and Ephesians The purpose of this paper is to compare the teaching on marriage from the book of I Corinthians and Ephesians. The Bible tells us, "It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him" (Gen. 2:18). In the beginning, God saw that it was not good for His creation to be alone; therefore He created a helper suitable for Adam, a wife to be his companion and counterpart. From the book of Proverbs, we are also told that God designed marriage and sex not only as a means for bringing children into this world, but also as God's appointed means for a man to find pleasure in his wife....   [tags: Compare Contrast Religious]

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The Evolution and Duties of Teaching

- The Evolution and Duties of Teaching Most people think that the only thing you need to do to be a teacher is to teach children. There are plenty of other tasks that follow. In the year of 1829, Samuel R. Hall in his Lectures on School Keeping maintained that many of the deplorable conditions in schools that were due to poor teaching, even going so far as to quote from a writer in the Journal of Education who claimed that “every person who is conscious of his imbecility in other business, esteems himself fully competent to train the ignorance and weakness of infancy, into all the virtue and power and wisdom of maturer years.” Hall started the first normal sch...   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Teaching of Morals in Public Schools

- From the age of five until the time they graduate in their eighteenth year the children of America are compelled to attend school. Everyone agrees that we need compulsory education, but no one really agrees why our children need it. Some, like Jonathan Kozol, feel that the purpose of education is to turn a child into a good person through a series of moral and ethical lessons. The other school of thought is that school is a place for a general education of facts and figures and that morals have no business in the classroom....   [tags: Free Essays Online]

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Teaching to Different Modes of Learning

- Teaching to Different Modes of Learning In the Fall of 1999, I taught an upper division course in Animal Behavior in which one of my students was a blind woman. Up until this point I had never taught a student with disabilities before, specifically one who was visually impaired. Most courses in biology are visually extensive, relying on numerous charts, figures, and diagrams to illustrate important concepts, and the course on Animal Behavior was no exception. Much of the information presented in lecture was in the form of pictures and graphs and almost every assigned reading included additional figures and charts that either contained data or diagrammed processes....   [tags: Graduate Admissions Essays]

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Content Teaching - Research Paper

- Section A – Survey Results &#61664; multiple choice By asking students about their situation in school, linked to the teaching-style of their teachers, I found out in which way students are influenced by the way their teachers try to submit the knowledge to them. The survey was supposed to indirectly find out how effective the current teaching-style of the teachers is. For that, the following statements were evaluated by the students (The numbers in parentheses display how much the surveyed students agreed with the statements &#61664; “Counting Mechanism” on page 3): - “Teachers should base teaching more on contents” (5 points) - “The way teachers teach is keeping the stud...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Teaching

- Teaching Culturally Responsive Teaching focuses on how to educate under achieve diverse student of color, and how our children can receive a better education. The author states,” We must insist that this empowerment stop now and set into motion, change strategies to ensure that it does.” Teachers can change the life of his/her students that are underachievers. She can find ways to show that she cares that will empower them to want to learn. They should never compare an achiever to an underachiever....   [tags: essays papers]

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Teaching To the Individual Students

- Teaching To the Individual Students Throughout my life I have had many experiences, some of the ones that I remember most fondly are the ones that involve teaching. Whether it was being taught by a loving and caring adult or myself teaching children at my church, I love to be where true understanding and true learning is taking place. I will to be an encouraging and loving teacher who lets her students know that she cares and is trying her best to make a positive difference in their lives. When trying to come up with my teaching philosophy, I quickly realized that one method is not for me, I need to combine many methods to make my style fit the many personalities and learning styles of my s...   [tags: Education Learning School Essays]

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Teaching Adults: Is it different?

- Teaching Adults: Is it different. The adult education literature generally supports the idea that teaching adults should be approached in a different way than teaching children and adolescents. The assumption that teachers of adults should use a different style of teaching is based on the widely espoused theory of andragogy, which suggests that "adults expect learner-centered settings where they can set their own goals and organize their own learning around their present life needs" (Donaldson, Flannery, and Ross-Gordon 1993, p....   [tags: Education School Essays]

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Personal Statement of Teaching Philosophy

- Personal Statement of Teaching Philosophy I. Teaching Philosophy and Goals I have one goal for my teaching: helping students to think and learn for themselves. This goal is as simple as it is illusive. The more experience I have as a teacher, the more I understand that there is no one-way of achieving my aim. Clearly, the proper focus of education is learning, not teaching; but I know that it is within a teacher's power-and thus it is the teacher's responsibility-to create the conditions necessary to allow students to learn....   [tags: Graduate College Admissions Essays]

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Exploring Subjectivity in Teaching Philosophy

- Exploring Subjectivity in Teaching Philosophy ABSTRACT: In the teaching of philosophy, we need to be connect with everyday life. Students in introductory courses can be more motivated when philosophical problems have personal significance. Take the topic of 'selfhood.' Introductory textbooks generally begin with the oracle at Delphi: "Know thyself!" But this motto is usually treated as the search for general knowledge of the individual or of human nature. Is it possible for a student to acquire some knowledge about him or herself during this course and reflect on it in a philosophically relevant way....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Papers]

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Improving The Teaching of Physics

- What this paper is all about I will attempt to provide answers to the question of how one can facilitate the acquisition of deep conceptual understanding of physical concepts and make learning more meaningful to students. I will do this by using the results of several physics education researches as anchored on some important difficulties physics educators have in teaching physics. The problems in physics teaching Over the years, physics education has been beset with a multitude of problems....   [tags: Learning Education Papers]

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Educational Theory of Teaching Writing

- When I first encountered Paulo Freire’s work, I was struck with the hypocrisy of my own teaching. I had deluded myself into thinking, to a certain extent, that I was creating a democratic and equal space that was free from the influence of. It was a stark reminder last year when I encountered Richard Shaull’s introduction to Peter Freire’s The Pedagogy of the Oppressed. He writes, “There is no such things as a neutral educational process. Education either functions as an instrument that is used to facilitate the integration of the younger generation into the logic of the present system and bring about conformity to it, or it becomes the ‘practice of freedom,’ the means by which men and women...   [tags: English Writing Teacher Student]

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The Central Teaching of Jesus

- The Central Teaching of Jesus After reading the chapter on Luke and knowing what I already know about Jesus and his teachings, pinpointing what I believe to be Jesus’ central teaching was much easier than I imagined. Frankly I was dreading trying to come up with one broad enough statement to encompass all that I thought Jesus tried to teach his followers. Add to this the fact that I am having an extremely hard time staying focused in the belief system that I comfortably grew up in, and it is obvious the kind of torment this paper could cause....   [tags: Papers]

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Teaching - A Rewarding Profession

- Teaching - A Rewarding Profession Being the first to attend college in my family, it was hard to decide what field I wanted to go into. There were so many choices. In making such a large lifelong decision, I decided to follow my heart. I thought back to when I was in high school at Narrows. I had a wonderful experience there. I also had some great, inspiring teachers. One teacher sticks out clearly to me. It was my AP Biology class my senior year. The teacher expected so much. He came into the room energetic....   [tags: Education Admissions Essays]

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Nursing vs. Teaching as Careers

- Nursing vs. Teaching as Careers      Nursing is an exciting and challenging field to study. Nursing uses a scientific process to plan care for people in acute illnesses and teach them how to stay healthy or cope with their illness. Nurses basically the helper of the doctors. They assist the doctors by giving medicine, treatments, tests, injections, or draw blood as directed by the physician. They also observe patients for mental, physical, social and or emotional changes and record changes. There are several field of jobs that a registered nurse can go through....   [tags: Careers Compare Contrast Job]

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Teaching Morals in Public Schools

- A fellow citizen is irked by the kids who tramp down the grass as they cut across the lawn of her family's new home. She gets even more steamed when she fears chastising those teenage trespassers, because trouble may ensue. She also fumes over a kid punching loaves of bread in the supermarket and over his mother spewing expletives when a stranger suggests he stop (Healy). Something has gone very wrong to cause such a poor appearance in the character of today's youth. Teaching morals in public school could only result in the betterment of our society....   [tags: Education Reform Essays]

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The Reasons I Pursue Teaching

- The Reasons I Pursue Teaching One time as I flipped through my mom’s teacher devotional, I came across a verse that said, “Some rely on stocks and bonds in order to gain security. Others invest in children’s lives and are builder’s for eternity.” I did not realize the significance of this verse until my uncle asked me why I wanted to be a teacher. I struggled for a second, and then I simply replied with that verse I had read years before. Now, though, I ask myself do I really know why I want to invest my life into the betterment of our future – why do I want to be a teacher....   [tags: Teachers Education Careers Essays]

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Teaching Philosophy Via the Internet

- I defend the practical value of teaching undergraduate philosophy courses in the Internet. Three important objectives of philosophical education can be achieved as effectively by electronic means as in the classroom. First, information about the philosophical tradition can be conveyed by hypertext documents on the World-Wide Web. Second, philosophical dialogue can be conducted through participation in an electronic forum. Third, close supervision of student writing can be achieved by means of e-mail submission of written assignments....   [tags: Technology Education Learning Papers]

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A Methodology to Teaching Writing

- A Methodology to Teaching Writing I believe that achieving success in teaching very different aspects of life may still combine similar processes. My life in high school was very similar to the lives of many other students in that it revolved around two things: sports and school. My sport of choice was tennis and my favorite academic area was English. Unexpectedly, I found many similarities led to a successful performance in both areas. My understanding of the need for a good program to follow and a lot of practice with it led to success in both tennis and my academic performance (especially English)....   [tags: Education Educational Teacher Essays]

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Teaching From A Design Perspective

- Teaching From A Design Perspective Developing a philosophy of education is more than asserting a love of wisdom in the theory and practice of teaching. It may be heartening to feel, but it lacks backbone. For a philosophy to have weight and merit, it needs truth, logical strength, and soundness. (Hughes 19) My philosophy of education asserts the following premises that if we teach: learning as relational; creativity as skill; and knowledge as design; then, we create an instructional approach that is cross curriculum....   [tags: Philosophy Education]

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