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    attitude towards students is most important. There is a clear distinction between knowledge and mere opinion or belief (Dunn 8). Education is never neutral. Christian education must ensure that students learn about the worlkd and their place and tasks in it from the perspective of a biblical worldview (Braley 72). A proper use of the Bible in education is quite different from mere proof-texting, in which we attempt to justify everything with a biblical quotation. While it is important

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    My Personal Philosophy of Education It is customary that on New Year’s Eve, we make New Year resolution. The fact is that we are making a set of guideline that we want to live by. These are motives that we seek to achieve. In a similar way, teachers live by philosophy. This essay focuses on my personal philosophy of education. It unfolds the function of philosophy in a teacher’s life, my view on the purpose of education, the student teacher- relationship and the philosophy which influences my

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    Personal Educational Philosophy One’s personal educational philosophy reflects one’s beliefs about instruction and curriculum. Those beliefs are the result of personal preference, level of training, and individual understandings about how children learn. Additionally, the teaching environment influences one’s philosophy; there are certain non-negotiable aspects of both curriculum and instruction that are under the control of district, state and federal administrations. My own philosophy is no different

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    My Personal Philosophy of Special Education Christina L. Richardson Grand Canyon University: SPE-529N November 18, 2012 My Personal Philosophy of Special Education As educators, we need a foundation for why we want to teach, where students with different disabilities fit in that foundation, a rationale for how we teach, and a principle that keeps us striving to be the best educators we can be. The purpose of this essay is to point out what I believe the foundation, student location, rationale

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    myself: “I will live my life with conscious awareness, integrity and joy, guided by principles and values that expand my spirit and foster life-long learning while supporting my family, friends and other to do the same.” My philosophy of life is undeniably linked to my philosophy on teaching. I consider the teaching role to be an extension of who I am. I value the uniqueness of the human experience. I care for and about my students in the same manner that I care for my family; in the same way I want

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    Philosophy of Education This paper focuses on my personal philosophy of education. Many educators cringe when they hear people ask what their philosophy of education is. This paper offers techniques and strategies that educators can implement when writing their personal philosophies. Also included in this paper are my belief statements on my personal philosophy on education. Lastly, my paper discusses the influences that have helped shaped my philosophy on education.

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    Philosophy of Education Tamia R. Geter EDU 623 Introduction to Teaching and Learning Prof. Vally Behjou August 7, 2012 Philosophy of Education Those entering the world of education soon learn that there is a lack of agreement concerning the purpose of education, what should be taught, who should be taught, and how they should be taught. Beginning teachers are frequently overwhelmed and puzzled by the intensity of the debate. It seems that everyone has an opinion about teaching and

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    Introduction to Education Philosophy of Education Philosophy of Education is methods to the theory and practice of education. It is the nature of learning, especially in children; the purpose of education, particularly the question of whether the chief goal of educators should be imparting knowledge, developing intellectual independence, or instilling moral or political values. Philosophy means the love of wisdom, which is answering fundamental questions. Philosophy of education whether written

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    PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION NAME: NANA SAM AFFUL ID NUMBER: UB225510 DATE: 25/10/2012 Philosophy of education is the philosophical study of education and the problems surrounding it. Education from my point of view means the gradual process of acquiring knowledge or the preparation for life. Philosophy on the other hand can be said to mean belief about or the method of how to live and / or the method of how to deal with a situation. The major point of philosophy

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    Education Philosophy Position Final Paper Michele A. Williams 2012 Educ. 305-D04 LUO  As postmodern educators feel their way through an ever changing multicultural classroom environment, it is imperative that each hold firmly to their philosophical positions and do not let society influence them in a negative way. At the same time all teachers should be continually reflecting inwardly to make oneself accountable to their profession. Teachers have a great responsibility to see that every child

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    Personal Philosophy of Education I would not be considered your typical college student in search of an education degree. I am a 31 year old male, married, with two children, and working on my second career. My previous life consisted of working in the coal mines till I was injured. My injury, however, is considered a blessing in disguise. My injury has leaded me to the world of education. I have seen first hand the difference an educator can make in the life of a child; the child was my own

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    Carlos Wilson Grand Canyon University Personal Philosophy May 15,2013 When it comes to special education my philosophy is that all students can learn, and should be looked upon and treated as you would look at and treat your self. I believe that in order for students to learn I must get to know each student on an individual level so that we can clarify and understand each other’s role in the learning environment. By using this approach, I can get a

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    George Burns EDU 400 Secondary Schools Wednesdays 6:30-9:15 Tuesday April 15, 2008 Philosophy of Education I believe that students, children, and people do have the right to be educated in a non-threatening environment. It is important for children to feel safe in our classrooms; they should feel welcome and comfortable while they are learning. Students will enjoy going to school when they don’t have to worry about other students touching or harming them. Students should

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    FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE I (PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION) Student Name: Henry Gyan Ayerakwa | ID #: UB26320SCO34802 | The concept of education implies many things: control, fun, essential skills, imagination and creativity, influence, real world skills, individual learners, sitting still vs moving around and silence. Learners need to know 'what is in it for me?' ‘We need to know the "why" before the "how" is even relevant'. Learners have proved that they learn actively before they ever set foot inside

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    Philosophy of Education My Philosophy of Education: It's Influence on Life Decisions As with any successful profession; there must be a strong foundation on which to build upon. This foundation in the field of education is your personal philosophy of education. Successful teaching and learning should encompass the diversity of the student backgrounds and the ability levels of all students involved. This must be done without losing sight of the intended goals. In every aspect of our lives, everyone

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    The concepts examined are personal identity, virtue ethics, and ethical relativism. A personal philosophy in relation to each concept is identified and described. In conclusion, philosophical findings are incorporated into a personal view on the ultimate meaning of life. Philosophical Issues Personal Identity Personal identity of the most basic nature is “what makes one the person one is” (Olson, 2010). This basic nature then leads to the complexities of personal identity. Complexities include

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    Philosophy of Education I believe that all children have the right, through education, to receive the vital skills that are necessary to build a life that is successful and prosperous. All children have the ability to learn at higher levels. I believe that, as teachers, it is our duty to engage them so that their minds can grow to its fullest potential. I also believe that learning takes place in a safe, open, and supportive environment. As a teacher, I believe it is our responsibility to create

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    EDU 600 Philosophy of Education David Griffith April 16, 2013 A philosophy of education is something that should be as fluid as water. Philosophy is defined in several different ways that you can apply to education. One definition of philosophy suggests that it is a particular system of thought based on such study or investigation. It is also defined as a system of principles for guidance in practical affairs. With both of these definitions in mind you must reflect and reevaluate

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    It is my belief that through education, an individual will receive the skills and tools that are necessary to build a life that is successful. Within an education setting, it sound be encouraged continuously to solve problems that the individual will face even out of school. I believe that as teachers, it is our duty to ensure that learning takes place in a safe, open, and supportive environment. For that, students will learn the importance of working with others. My decision to pursue a career

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    many different educational philosophies around the world that are much different than the ones American students receive. Education is often times highly related to the country’s politics, personal values, religious belief and social issues so it is more than just teaching young people in a right way. I came from South Korea which is not far from Japan. Since the Japanese education is renowned as one of the better educational system in the world, some part of education system in South Korea was benchmarked

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    Personal Philosophy Assignment Mariela Trujillo Child development 2 5-15-13 In the field early Child development my philosophy is based on three philosophies which are building relationships, discipline and classroom community. These three philosophies have a major important subject to look at when becoming involved in the child development field. All these philosophies teach infants, toddlers and preschoolers to learn how to behave and have a healthy growth and development. They are helpful

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    Education Philosophy Jennifer Uhrmacher EDU/301 March 4, 2013 Tenika Fryson Education Philosophy Children learn in many different ways. The best I feel is through being actively engaged in the classroom. I am a strong believer in children needing hands-on learning, having an abundant supply of interesting material at their disposal and a caring and loving teacher to guide them through their learning experience. I feel that my goal, as a teacher, is to simply guide my students down the right

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    beneficent society using technology and human compassion. George Counts recognized that education was the means of preparing people for creating this new social order. Social Reconstructionism emphasizes the addressing of social questions and a quest to create a better society and worldwide democracy. Social Reconstructionist educators focus on a curriculum that highlights social reform as the aim of education. For Social Reconstructionist’s, curriculum focuses on student experience and taking social

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    My Philosophy of Education by Richard Whittington I started my education in Robinson Texas, a suburb of Waco Texas. I began in the first grade at Robinson Elementary. They did not have kindergarten as part of the school curriculum there. As most of us, I continued my primary education until I graduated in 1974 at Centennial High School in Champaign, Illinois. What makes this journey unique is that I attended ten different schools for the twelve years of education. I attended the same school in

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    Running head: PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION 1 Philosophy of Education Exploring Different Aspects of My Philosophy of Education Brenda Jo Stone Western Kentucky University Author Note This paper was prepared for Teacher Leader 530, A70, taught by Professor Huss. PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION 2 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to define my educational philosophy so I may better understand the direction I take as an educator. The three educational philosophies I will investigate are

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    Personal Philosophy Cynthia Sigala Grand Canyon University: SPE – 529N Dr. Brenda Combs 6/4/2014 My philosophy of teaching has evolved from many years working as a para-professional in special education classrooms. I know my mission as a beginning teacher is threefold: In my classroom I want to light the spark for learning and promote the love of learning. I truly believe education is the most important tool a person can have in life. I can remember while growing up my mother telling me

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    Azusa Pacific University Special Education 583 Summer 2012                 Educating children profoundly affects their lives and influences the life of anyone who comes into contact with those children.  Education provides a foundation for a child to base the rest of his or her life on.  Without a solid education, it becomes impossible for an individual to provide for themselves and their family.  Also, well-educated people can make decisions that benefit both their

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    My philosophy of education is rooted in my thoughts of what makes a teacher valuable to his or her school, specifically to his or her students. An effective educator is, first and foremost, someone who genuinely cares about the quality of the education in which a student is receiving. Memories of great teachers always involve teachers who put time and thought into their lessons and made an impact . I chose education as my career path because I hope to be able to make a difference in a child’s

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    emphasis on test results will improve the quality of public education for all students. Proponents also believe that NCLB initiatives will further democratize U.S. education, by setting standards and providing resources to schools, regardless of wealth, ethnicity, disabilities or language spoken. Opponents of NCLB, which includes all major teachers' unions, allege that the act hasn't been effective in improving education in public education, especially high schools, as evidenced by mixed results in

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    Education Philosophy Jennifer Uhrmacher EDU/301 March 4, 2013 Tenika Fryson Education Philosophy Children learn in many different ways. The best I feel is through being actively engaged in the classroom. I am a strong believer in children needing hands-on learning, having an abundant supply of interesting material at their disposal and a caring and loving teacher to guide them through their learning experience. I feel that my goal, as a teacher, is to simply guide my students down the right

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    Revised: Personal Philosophy: Education Revised: May 4, 2014 My philosophy of teaching will be evolving constantly. As I develop professionally and gain more experience as an educator, I will constantly revise my philosophy and reflect on my new educational goals, ideas and insights. I need to remember that I too am a lifelong learner. I will always have to remind myself and by asking myself the simple questions, what is the purpose of education? what is education for? My personal definition

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    Lauren AEDU203 8-28-14 Philosophy of Education As a future teacher, my goal is to make a difference in the life of every child that I have the opportunity to teach. Educating a child means being aware of their abilities and reflecting upon their academic development and the best possible way of achieving that. As a teacher I will be an activist and a facilitator for the child’s best interest and educational opportunity. I will continuously stay educated and informed on how to utilize all tools

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    EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION AS EDUCATOR “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” Nelson Mandela. I am the one who love science so much! As my father told me since I was in high school. He told me that I can get the goodness in this world or other world after the death by using knowledge, science. So I really use it as my soul of learning on my life. By loving science, I would hope that the knowlegde will love me and be my best friend in make the changes in

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    will see that the person’s family is an important part of the healing process. While it is important and necessary to include the family in the plan of care, you have to be careful how you word your statements. When involving the family it is my personal opinion that giving accurate and positive information is the key to success. With the family on board, the person can be made to feel they have a good support group behind them, which can in turn lead to better compliance and quicker healing. Working

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    Knowledge of Content By adopting a solid educational philosophy to guide us through the content we are teaching, we can know exactly how we are going to instill knowledge into our students. I have decided to adopt the Progressivism Philosophy. Progressivism is an educational philosophy that emphasizes real-world problem solving and individual development, shown by projects, and writing responses (Kauchak & Eggen, 2014, P. 157-158). Through this philosophy, I want to be able to develop and prepare my students

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    Philosophy of Education The many different ways that students learn is what we call the philosophies of educations. Throughout the experience in this class I would not have had the chance to learn so much that I know I will be able to take with me in my future of becoming a teacher. The many philosophies inform us that not every student is the same and, we as teachers need to take the time to truly figure out what will be most excellent for our future classroom. Getting the chance to take this

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    Personal Philosophy * To be of service to the veterans and their family and to assist in the improvement of their health and well-being * To be an agent of change by promoting life-long learning to those that I work with * To be a leader that can evoke change to those that I serve Influences * Grandfather who was a veteran during WWII. He has been a public servant serving in different capacities in the local government. He served and became the leader of veterans from WWII, making

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    Personal Philosophy of Education Courtney N. Blankenship EDU 301 January 23, 2012 Jeff Warshaw Philosophy provides a way to examine and interpret the world – to ask basic questions about human nature, beauty, principles of right and wrong, and how knowledge and reality are defined. Teachers must confront constantly the underlying assumptions that guide conduct, determine values, and influence the direction of all existence. Philosophy reminds teachers to continue the search for truth and

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    The term metaphysics literally means “beyond the physical”. This area of philosophy focuses on the nature of reality. Metaphysics attempts to find unity across domains of experience and thought. There are four broad philosophical schools of thought that apply to education today. They are idealism, realism, pragmatism and existentialism. Two of these general philosophies, idealism and realism, are derived from the ancient Greek philosophers, Plato and Aristotle. The other two are more contemporary

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    UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN MARACAS ROYAL ROAD, MARACAS, ST. JOSEPH. My personal philosophy of life An Assignment Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course EDTE 354-02 Philosophy for Education INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Clifton Pryce By Leslie Justin – 2013080340 December 3rd, 2015 Approval……………….. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary philosophy is defined as “the study of ideas about knowledge, truth, the nature and meaning of

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    My Philosophy of education is teaching young minds is a task that cannot be taken lightly. It is full of challenges, frustrations, and responsibilities. However, it is a task that is also full of excitement, wonder, and joy. I strongly believe that all children are capable of learning, if they have the proper motivation and direction from their teachers. As a future teacher I need to be aware of learning, motivation, behavior, and development theories in order to relate to my students and push them

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    Philosophy of Education As a high schooler, I can remember numerous times asking my literature and writing teacher “Why do I need to learn this?” She would just laugh and tell me again that in the future I would need good, efficient writing skills. She was right. She was lecturing and educating me on proper nouns and sentence structure. Sometimes I would say, “This is so boring!” but today I realize she was preparing me for the future. I believe that my philosophy of education is a mix of essentialism

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    Philosophy of Education Ruth Taylor University of Mary Washington, School of Education Introduction My thoughts and beliefs of the purpose of education is where my philosophy of education begins. I believe that the purpose of education is to ensure that all students, regardless of their abilities, are able to gain the knowledge necessary to be productive members of society. Although I believe that higher education is extremely important, there are a great deal of students that may never

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    Receipt to be filled in and retained by the student until marks allocated by assessor Student Name: Leanne Brooks Student Number: 9659072 Subject Code & Name: EDGS916 Assignment Title: Assessment Task 3- Personal Platform Signature of Tutor: Date Submitted: Personal Platform Fundamentally, I believe, it is the role of all teachers to ensure that students gain the knowledge and skills required to become effective learners and effective citizens who understand and appreciate the

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    Philosophy of Education Submitted by Felicia Danielle Holdren In partial fulfillment of the requirements for EDEC 1001 Ohio University February 2016 1. Kids do well if they can. If they could do well, they would. Behavior is a skill. We need to provide good, clear interventions and differentiation, but still continue to be supportive. 2. Start with strengths. We must create the conditions for students to see and feel real success. Start with their strengths from the very beginning

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    Personal Philosophy of Education Introduction My personal philosophy of education and, indispensable goal for my future classroom is that all students need to have freedom for expression and creativity. Students should be able to find their own strengths and weaknesses, in terms of their social, emotional, intellectual and physical development and skills. While it is known that all children have the option to be competent within their learning and development, I believe the purpose of education

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    KJ Courtney EDU 210 Dr. Wolf April 27, 2016 Personal Philosophy There comes a time in most people’s lives when they think about what they truly believe. For me, this was these past few weeks. I sat down and really thought about my beliefs about education. I thought about my beliefs on children, the value of education, and the role of teachers. These thoughts helped me to form my own philosophy about education as a whole. This will be important for me becoming a teacher because there will be times

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    Christian Golden November 21, 2015 Intro to Education Philosophy of Education The purpose of education is to prepare children to become productive citizens of our society, by teaching them how to think individually, act in sociably acceptable manner and equipping students with adequate knowledge for their futures. Education also serves as a way to foster children’s imagination, curiosity and creative & analytical thinking. Through education children are also equipped with tools, and skills

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    welcoming. It is my desire as an educator to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that supports risk-taking, diversity, and encourages dialogue (sharing of ideas). The implications of my philosophy of education will manifest in the development of the students, because I am prepared to overcome any limitations to bring the students together around a subject. The classroom will foster the concepts of communication, listening, cooperative learning,

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    about my own personal philosophy I think back over my life experiences. Both positive and negative have influenced the person I am today. I also think about my purpose. Why am I here? What is the point of life? Personal Philosophy I consider my personal philosophy my guide to living. Philosophy is defined as a pursuit of wisdom or a general understanding of values and reality by chiefly speculative rather than observational means (“Philosophy,”n.d.). My

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