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Educational Philosophies Belief Statements

Please prepare belief statements for each of the areas mentioned below. Put these beliefs into the context of your professional and personal goals, and describe how you will use these beliefs as the basis of your instructional practice. Relate your personal educational philosophy to the established educational philosophies and explain the connection. Include two references and the text for a total of three resources. Peer reviewed resources are preferable.

a. beliefs about teaching and learning
b. beliefs about students
c. beliefs about knowledge
d. beliefs about what is worth knowing
e. personal educational philosophy - Love and Logic

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Philosophy Education paper
Please help me prepare belief statement for each of the areas mentioned below. Put these beliefs into the context of your professional and personal goals, and describe how you will use these beliefs as the basis of your instructional practice. Relate your personal educational philosophy to the established educational philosophies and explain the connection. Include two references and the text for a total of three resources. Peer reviewed resources are preferable. THIRD PERSON USE IS WAIVED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. YOU MAY USE FIRST OR SECOND PERSON.

a. beliefs about teaching and learning

Children learn in a variety of ways and their learning styles are also different from each other. A teacher who cares about their interests and one who cares for them can greatly affect their progression in learning. Children learn more by actively participating in class discussions and having hands-on activities most of the time. Teachers should be moderating the class and guiding the children to learn the lessons. They must also know how to instill the importance of having procedures to be able to maintain discipline in the classroom. When children know what to do, they can be the best in the classroom provided that proper consequences are given to those who do otherwise. Children can be visual, auditory of kinesthetic learners and appropriate activities must be given to suit their learning styles. Children can also be intelligent in their own way. They can have linguistic, logical, spatial, kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal or naturalist intelligence. Learning activities can be catered to address to these intelligences as children can be smart in different ways.
As a teacher, I want to create an effective classroom management style that will pave the way to a better teaching-learning situation. I want to make clear of the procedures and consequences for discipline. I will prepare more cooperative learning activities that cater to ...

Solution Summary

The solution discusses five belief statements placed into the context of a teacher's professional and personal goals and related to instructional practices. The teacher's personal education philosophy are connected with the established educational philosophies. References are also included.

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