Personal Pedagogy Statement

15 Apr

Personal Pedagogy Statement

I believe that everyone who has achieved success has been led there (in great part) by the collective efforts of their teachers. The teachers are the ones who have laid the foundation and given students the tools to help them succeed. My path of self-discovery as an aspiring teacher began at a young age and continued as a current student teacher.

For me, being a teacher is about being part of a greater system that directly impacts the lives of our community. As a teacher, I am given the opportunity to educate and inspire student to grow as I, too, continue to grow and develop. As I continually challenge myself to reach new goals, I aim to be not only a great teacher, but a great learner as well. I hope to be a leader in my personal and professional life and continue searching for ways to improve the learning results.

I know that any goal requires knowledge, effort, energy and persistent follow through. I hope to embody and practice these values by being a source of instruction, inspiration, and direction for my students. With my experiences and training to guide me, I am prepared to give the best support to my students to overcome their own obstacles and setbacks. I strive to be an achiever and a force for good, by igniting the positive energy and emotions in myself and others As a teacher, I hope to search for the good in children, by building their character, confidence and self-esteem. Thus, they would become more eager and excited to learn and give their best efforts at home and at school.

The motivation that I received as a student has instilled in me the desire to provide the same encouragement to my future students. I hope to use this opportunity to reach as many students as I can and lead them to great success in their lives.

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Posted by on April 15, 2012 in Uncategorized


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