My Educational Philosophy A Reflective Comparison

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The interviewee tended to have approximately 3 years of classroom experience. However, this teacher was aptly qualified and certainly imbued with a sense of mission, his response and communication revealed a diluted tone of cynicism and doubt. To some extent, I could identify with her in the sense that I do believe that a pursuit of teaching as a profession, at least in the initial stages, is as much about self-identification and adaptation, as about imparting education and instruction to one's students…

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An interaction with this teacher furnished me with valid insights into the fact that my own educational philosophy at this stage was in a nascent stage, a loose assortment of theoretical facts and unpracticed skills. After interviewing this teacher, I realized that teaching, as any other profession always happens to be an evolutionary and lifelong process and that a teacher freshly embarking on this mission needs to have ample patience and open-mindedness to accrue experience and to ward of any ensuing frustration or fatigue. One other thing about this teacher, which especially impressed me, was her adeptness and expertise as to the usage of computers and audio-visual devices to impart education. For this teacher, computer literacy happened to be a part of a modern and contemporary education system. Later on, after introspection and analysis, I agreed that computer literacy certainly enhanced the scope of education manifold and decided to make the available audio-visual and digital media an integral part of my approach towards education. ...
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