My Educational Statement, And My Philosophy Of Education

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” Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”-Nelson Mandela. This is a very powerful aspect in our lives and we start learning and developing skills from a very young age. In this assignment I am going to focus on John Dewey and his philosophy Pragmatism as well as Jean Piaget and his philosophy Constructivism. This will give an insight of how they see education and how they think it must be implemented. I will also touch on other topics like why I want to be a teacher and what I base my thinking about education on. I will talk about my philosophical framework as well because in this module I saw that teachers differ from each other because they believe in different philosophies.
Why I want to become a teacher.
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Children have so much potential I mean they are the future leaders, teachers, and doctors and so much more. I want to be a teacher because I want to help them develop into the best they can be. I want to be a teacher to make a difference in their lives no matter if it is big or small and I want to be there for those who need love and care. On the news and in the newspapers I only read and hear about the chaos in our schools. I want to be a part of a positive change in our schools and education

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