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My Philosophy of Education as a Teacher I believe that every child Is capable of learning with strong will and interest Is different from other children Is an embodied spirtit and a rational being Has their own potential and skills, so she/he should be given chance to choose and express himself Is a hope of nation that needs guidance Is like a magnet that needs education I believe that values are eternal and I am also responsible to the growth of some aspects of every child and become effective citizens of our society. I believe that my task as a teacher is to facilitate the development of every child to optimum and maximum by: Inculcating the knowledge and the required basic skills of every child to prepare them to adult life Making a big impact in the life of every child which motivates and inspires them Reaching out to every child without hesitation and bias Making every child be proud of themselves and be confident enough about himself through his her experiences of success
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