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Those who can, do; those who can’t teach. I have found that this idiom to be a great injustice to teacher everywhere. The teachers role is a multifaceted profession, they must be able to be good not in one area, but many areas to ensure they help the student develop the skills they will need to become successful in life. The complexity of teaching is more than standing in front of impressionable minds and feeding them information. As you can imagine, there are many theories and models from which to choose. You will find, however, that no single theory or model can adequately explain the complexities of human learning. It is the cases, in fact, that experienced teachers might well have a favorite theory, yet find themselves combining and…show more content…
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.
~Martin Luther King, Jr.
Summary of Interview Questions Mr. Franklin did not start out wanting to be a teacher according to him it was the furthest thing from his mind. He was 19 years old when he went off to the Vietnam War and after he came back home he wanted to become a lawyer and go into politics. He felt that he could further serve his community by becoming a public defender. It was actually his father that encouraged him to become a teacher. His father said to him “Son changed their lives before they need a lawyer; get to them before the courtroom.” It was his desire to make a difference in people’s lives that made him become a teacher. Mr. Franklin’s Father felt that in a classroom he would be able to guide and instill morals and help erase the mindset that social injustices such as prejudices and discrimination had instilled in the youth. Mr. Franklin philosophies of education have changed and redefine itself throughout the years that he has been in the teaching profession. “My belief is that I’m there to guide. That it is my duty to provide a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually,
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