I am Responsible for My Students' Education

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My Philosophy
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” (Nelson Mandela). My time spent over the years as a learner, interacting with educators who have sought to clarify difficult topics and simplify complex educational theories has tremendously contributed to my ideology of teaching. I believe as an educator I assume an enormous responsibility to shape and mold the minds of children in my care. As a facilitator of learning, I must be conscious of my students’ needs and varying learning styles and rates as students are not always receptive to the traditional “chalk and talk” mode of delivering instruction, in addition to what they have already learned and what they will need to learn in the future. As an educator I am but an enabler in a continuous cycle, preparing students to acquire knowledge pertinent to continue the age band as each generation educates. Responses from students have been crucial to the development of growth I have undergone since I commenced teaching: I have gleaned through interaction from every class, for example, their interests and have capitalize on such in delivering instruction, as well as effective ways to help them learn in both large and small group discussions.
However in order to facilitate the learning process personal contact made with students is fundamental. I have an obligation to ensure all students receive a fair chance and are shown no prejudice irrespective of race, socio-economic standing or
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