Philosophy of Education Statement

What is it?  

A philosophy statement of education is a concise summary of your personal beliefs about teaching and learning.

Why write one? 

To be an effective teacher/counselor, your beliefs about teaching and learning and assisting must be based on an explicit set of values. It is the first-step in becoming a Reflective Professional.

Gail Goodyear and Douglas Allchin  (Goodyear and Allchin, 1998), present another purpose for writing a teaching philosophy:

“In preparing a statement of teaching philosophy, professors assess and examine themselves to articulate the goals they wish to achieve in teaching. . . . A clear vision of a teaching philosophy provides stability, continuity, and long-term guidance . . . . A well–defined philosophy can help them remain focused on their teaching goals and to appreciate the personal and professional rewards of teaching.” (pp. 106–7)

3 pages double space APA style

follow the attachment please i need it ASAP the due date today i want it professional for masters degree

and see the example but don’t use anything from it just do same idea

don’t write your own experience in teaching  just write about teaching in general not mention anything in USA

needs quotations from theorist from book the curriculum studies reader 4th edition

please i need it ASAP in about 2 to 3 hours maximum

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