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A philosophy of education as a requirement for admission to any sort of education program has within it the inherent fault that it may not be a truthful reflection of the applicant Defining an instructors philosophy in regards to any area of supposed expertise often results in page upon page of self-platitudes false impressions and the required buzzwords Does such an exercise actually reflect on the true actions and intentions of the instructor in regards to his methodology success and creativity in the classroom setting Does it accurately reflect his relationship to his students and vice versa Is such a philosophy something that can be accurately described in mere words or is it something better viewed in the physical space of learning It appears that most philosophies beg borrow and steal from the latest theories of what is considered to be the well-rounded educator The writer is forced to fill the required assignment with various educational stances and statements while often never developing their own personal mission statement They are often afraid to say what they truly believe in instead stating what they think those that judge the work are seeking Such a philosophy can be seen on paper but is it visible in the classroom setting Can you tell how talented or horrible a teacher I am from this simple reading Or would a trip into my classroom for an entire day give a more comprehensive and factual assessment of my true educational philosophy My philosophy or what I practice everyday in the educational setting is simple and memorable This philosophy which has so far been successful in my short career is to actually know your students and treat them as individuals When teaching becomes difficult always remember that they are only kids Each one is vastly different than the next and no two are even remotely alike Each has varied interests faults problems successes and distractions Each
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