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  • 1. “Tell me and I’ll forget;<br />Show me and I may remember;<br />Involve me and I’ll understand.”<br />-Chinese Proverbs<br />This definition makes imperative to have a philosophy of education and beliefs in the functions of teaching. As a teacher I believe that every student is:<br />An embodied spirit.<br />Naturally born with special skills, and interest.<br />Demands patience and understanding, most importantly sense of belongingness primarily from both their parents and teacher.<br />Equip with strong will inside them but still aspire for some sort of motivation.<br />Unique and so comparing a student to other students has no basis.<br />I believe that there are unchanging values in changing times and these must be passed on to every student by modeling, value inculcation and value integration in my lessons.<br />I believe that my task as a teacher is to facilitate the development of every student to the optimum and maximum.<br />Showing my sincere concern for their welfare, knowing that my care would develop an impact among their self-control and self-discipline as they tend to be more responsible for their own behavior.<br />Having kind words of praise, encouragement and appreciation for their good deeds which will then boost their self-confidence and self-motivation.<br />Providing opportunities for their individual growth through removal of hampering influences.<br />Reaching out to all my students without bias and prejudice towards the “least” of the students.<br />