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  • John Shoemaker

    Here is an overview from my Philosophy of Teaching:

    "I believe that all students possess an inherent need to acquire knowledge, no matter where they come from, their economic status, or their level of cognitive development. I believe those students deserve to have a teacher who is fully committed to teaching all students, a teacher who knows the subject they teach, and a teacher who is capable of providing multimodal learning approaches to reach all of the different learning styles within the classroom. Finally, I believe that as a teacher, I have a short window of time to make a difference in their life."

    I truly believe ALL teachers should have a philosophy of education/teaching in order to guide them throughout their career.