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Developing a Teaching Philosophy Statement

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Jennifer Tarnay

on 17 February 2015

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Transcript of Developing a Teaching Philosophy Statement

Developing a Teaching Philosophy Statement
What is your teaching philosophy?
Self-reflection of your beliefs
Your identity as a teacher
Examination of your goals
Your approaches
What to include in your statement?
Goals and objectives as a teacher
Your perception of teaching and learning
Your purpose for teaching
Description of how you teach
1-3 page
First person and present tense
Clear and concise
Avoid technical jargon
Allow readers to visualize your learning environment
Unique to your experiences and beliefs
Work in progress

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