What instructional philosophies will you incorporate into your classroom environment? Will you have a behaviorist approach to instruction or a constructivist one? Identify which view you feel embodies your personal philosophy of education and how these views relate to your instructional and classroom management style.
Personal answer --- doesn't need facts and needs to be around 250 words.
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1. What instructional philosophies will you incorporate into your classroom environment?
This question is asking for your personal style. Things that you can consider are:
Your instructional philosophy might look something like this:
My instructional philosophy begins with the belief that all students need to be respected and learning needs to be embraced as being fun. I believe that active learning is more effective than passive learning. Learning can take place through several channels; the more channels engaged in learning, the better. Focused attention is necessary but not sufficient for learning. Unlearning what is already known is often more difficult than learning new information. To be remembered, new information must be meaningfully connected to prior knowledge. It must be remembered through practice and repetition in order to be learned. New information organized in ...
This solution explores instructional philosophies that a teacher could incorporate into the classroom environment e.g. behaviorist approach to instruction or a constructivist one. It also explains the relationship between one's personal philosophy of education and how these views relate to the instructional and classroom management style.