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  • 1. +MyTeachingPhilosophy By: Amanda Montello"Ideal teachers are those who use themselves as bridgesover which they invite their students to cross, then havingfacilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging themto create bridges of their own." -- Nikos Kazantzakis
  • 2. + My Objectives Creating a positive learning environment  Create a sense of security in the classroom  Allow expression and creativity  Create life long learners Allowing students to take part in their education  Making choices and decisions, being involved in planning  Taking responsibility for their education Individualized attention and differentiation to attend to all learners and learning styles Make connections to students life and real world
  • 3. + My Objectives Continued Activate prior knowledge to build connections Build professional and respectful relationships with students  Show them that you are their biggest advocate  Provide appropriate support Integrative unit plans Open communication between students, parents, teachers, etc.
  • 4. + Methods Differentiate lesson plans where necessary  Modify homework assignments or content, give more time Give students the freedom to make choices where appropriate  For example, choosing books or essay topics Send home newsletters to parents, set up conferences, set goals with students each quarter Give real world examples, and examples that are relatable Take an interest in students lives Review prior lessons Make connections across content areas  For example, incorporate reading into social studies lessons
  • 5. + Measuring Effectiveness Meet individually with students as often as possible to measure progress or deal with concerns Have students write a journal and communicate with them through it, have them answer questions, make connections, etc. Ask students for feedback, provide them with feedback on progress Allow for participation Get the students actively involved in learning
  • 6. + Why Teaching is Important Students need a positive role model and advocate Making a difference in their lives and setting them up for success in the future Education is the key to successful futures and lives No child should be denied an education Education can lead to a better and more peaceful world Guiding students to find what they enjoy most and fueling passionate, hardworking students