As you write your own reflection journal that addresses the process you used to establish your personal educational
philosophy, you might want to trace your path from my ideas and brainstorming.
First of all, I think about the "bare bones" of education; in other words, I go back to what I know and learned in undergraduate, initial courses about child and adolescent psychology and the various principles of human development.
Using basic theories about how people learn best, such as Maslow, Vygotsky, Piaget, Bruner, and others, I then think about what I know about student ...
One's personal educational philosophy is modeled.