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  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy Every student is unique. Each one has a different personality, cultural and socioeconomic background, and individual way of learning. Some children may learn by listening, and others by seeing. As a teacher, I must determine how to teach to reach every student. Knowledge is gained through experience. Students relate life experiences to things that they learn. Children must be given the opportunity to explore. They get more satisfaction by doing for themselves

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy There are several reasons why I want to be a teacher. One reason is that I love being around children. Another reason is that I love to see the look of amazement on child's face when they learn something new. I also love the look on their face when they discover that they can do what they just learned. During my observation, I met a little boy who had just moved back to West Virginia. This little boy is in the first grade and he has a learning disability

  • Educational And Professional Goals: Becoming An Occupational Therapist

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    to simply exist. Experiences in life have taught me there is a purpose behind each individual’s existence. Discovering this purpose, has been challenging. My educational and professional background have helped shape my immediate and long term professional goals. Becoming an Occupational Therapist has become both my immediate and long-term goals in life. In 2008, I had the opportunity to move to Guatemala and teach English to children of all ages. What was intended to be a one year commitment turned

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy It was the last day of school. My daughter's 3rd grade class had just chosen to have me read to them instead of playing a game. As I explained that we wouldn't be able to finish the rest of the chapter book I had begun several weeks before, I suggested "You can check it out at the library and finish it over the summer". One little girl looked up at me in disappointment and said, "but it wouldn't be the same as hearing you read"! My heart melted and the final reason

  • Speaking On Setting Educational Goals

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    may be some debate when speaking on setting educational goals but I believe people work more efficiently when a plan is in place for them to follow. With the end result being more vivid, more than just a thought in my head, my plans can be utilized for guidance and quick reference. Being capable of setting goals hasn’t usually been the problem for me it’s following them. In the past five weeks I’ve learned that there’s a lot more to constructing a goal than just setting and seeing where it lands

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy As a student of education, I have been able to gather many ideas and opinions about practices and ideals I want to implement in my future classroom. My philosophies about education are still being formed and continually change with every class I visit and with every educator I encounter. My ideas, admittedly, come from random experiences and intangible texts, but as I gain more experience in the field through my courses, my philosophies about teaching will become

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy It was not until middle school that I began distinguishing those of my teachers who motivated and inspired me from those who simply went through the motions of teaching. It was also about that same time that I began envisioning myself as an educator -- one who not only impressed his students with the mastery of content but also impressed upon his students the need to perform at the highest academic level possible. When you really think about it, an education

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy How do I feel about teaching? I feel that the most important career an individual could choose would be education. Teachers play an important role in the lives of young children. They help shape and mold the world's future citizen that will run companies, be politicians, doctors, lawyers, teachers, electricians, construction workers, or whatever they desire. I feel that the most important role of a teacher is to provide children with the best possible education

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy Deciding on a career is a very difficult decision for anyone to make, especially for someone just coming out of high school. I always knew that I wanted to work with children, but I didn’t know what field I wanted to be in. After thinking about what field I could be in that I could work with children the most, I decided to become a teacher. I have always had a great deal of respect for most of the teachers I’ve had and hopefully I will be able to gain that respect

  • Educational Goals and Philosophy

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    Educational Goals and Philosophy I have many reasons for choosing education. The first reason would have to be that I love being around children. I like to watch them get excited about new things that they learn and see their eyes light up when something really amazes them. The second reason is that my mother is a teacher. I have seen her in class with her students and how they have so much respect for her. I also have much respect for her because I know teaching isn’t easy and there has