Category Archives: Philosophy of Education

Autonomy in the Classroom: Why Teachers Desire it for Learners and Themselves

                  Autonomy in the Classroom: Why Teachers Desire it for Learners and Themselves Nicki Bannerman February 14, 2013 ECS 100 Richard Buettner University of Regina               … Continue reading

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Philosophy of Teaching Statement

My philosophy of teaching is aimed towards the benefits of the student, and the belief that the objective of education should be to inspire searching for answers, as this is how we develop our communities and society. The following statement … Continue reading

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I Believe Statements

I believe that… teachers should do their best to avoid segregation in classrooms. teachers should strive to be inclusive in teaching. teachers should teach using a number of methods and strategies. teachers should promote learning differences in terms of style. … Continue reading

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What This Category is All About…

This page will serve to collect my growing and evolving Philosophy of Education.

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