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Helping develop and educate young students has been my goal since I was fourteen years old In my five years of teaching I have been a part of a school system that I never knew existed and have seen things that really make me think about my philosophy of education Education has always played a major role in the life of children and will continue to play a role in the future as well Children are affected by education in school and outside of school Education can happen in so many ways in the school system I believe that every child can learn in the school system but they all learn different things in different ways Every student is not going to excel in the school curriculum designed to improve their academics Some students just do not care to learn subjects in school As a teacher it is still are responsibility to teach them and help them with learning Not all students are going to be college ready by time they leave high school but they can still learn about life after college Not only are we teaching them or trying to teach them academic skills but we are teaching them how to live in the real world We are teaching students social skills coping skills and management skills These are important skills to learn to be successful after school As teachers we need to make sure we show these skills to students In reviewing an older philosophy written by me a few years ago I noticed that I had favored my philosophy around building relationshipsrapport with students This has not changed for me Due to my work placement the last five years I still believe that relationship building playsa huge role in education Working with students who are appointed to a residential placement because of family or life issues have opened my eyes to a whole new world Building relationships with students has become
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