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MY Educational Philosophy
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Educational Philosophy Mamie Borchert March 30, 2011 Class Room Management Professor Kathryn Van Horn Kaplan University Educational Philosophy [Students] “Don’t care about how much you know until they know how much you care”. - Theodore Roosevelt Teaching is a challenging, yet a very rewarding profession.
I want to be that kind of significant person in the lives of children – my students. I did some teaching in the past and it brought me joy helping a child to learn to do what he could not previously. I had to try different ways to explain him the subject, and the result was splendid! I like trying new ideas in search for solution. I also realize teacher’s path is not always filled with thrill and blissful joy. Therefore, having educational philosophy will help me to have a clear vision of why I chose to be a teacher and motivate me to keep on going. Paraprofessional teachers play difficult but very important role in lives of many people – children with special needs, parents of those children, the society at large. It is more than teaching, it is “basic care, working with the student in the general education setting, and taking data”, sometime, carrying our health-related tasks like “changing the student's diapers, feeding… take medication at the right time of day or get on the correct bus when school is out.” (Walker, 2011) Though job descriptions vary greatly by school district, city, region and state, a para-educator’s job is to assist one or more teachers. ...
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