Based on the interview that we had, I
learned that each of us has a
philosophy to adhere to and we have
notice that Mrs. Waperi is sort of
progressivist and essentialist kind.
She both let her students express
[theirs] as well as manage to
emphasize her subject matters for a
Like Mrs. Waperi, I agree more on
progressivism. A teacher should
be the one who accept the
impermanence of life, and the
inevitability of changes, for the
change is the only thing that does
As a future teacher, my goal for my
students is to make difference in a
way that they will be able to know
and adapt any circumstances they
will be encountering as they
continue their endeavor in this
What I really want to teach
with my students is the
relevance of the academic
needs of every students to
prepare themselves not for
the adult life but how to deal
life for today.
Perhaps, I would let them
learn by doing. More on
I've come up to many realizations.
I realized how noblest the
profession I choose, how big
responsibilities I have in the
future, as a future educator.
Besides, that's what being a
progressivist really means.
The future brightens
with each lesson
Each smile, lengthen
Each goal will reach.
That’s what an educator,
‘’You are a teacher. What you say, what you
do, how are you to your students, your
colleagues speaks abundantly..
EXPLORE WAYS TO CREATE A MORE POSSITIVE
CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT BY MAINTAINING CAREFUL
DILIGENCE OVER THE CONTENTS OF OUR LIVES.”
(Teacher as a Person, University of Bridgeton, CT, USA)