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EDEE 282 – Assignment 2 Professor P. Howard Weighting: 35% Due Date: March 15, 2016 Assessment Tool: Rubric Social Studies Teaching Philosophy Good teachers possess a clear vision of education and of what it will do for their students. They are not simply technicians who take prescribed curriculum, or the textbook, and work their students through it. They incorporate the curriculum into their philosophy of education and use what it has to offer in ways that make educational sense. Clark, P & Case, R. (2013) Defining the purposes of citizenship education. In R. Case & P. Clark. The Anthology of Social Studies: Issues and Strategies for Elementary Teachers (Kindle Locations 728-30). Pacific Educational Press. Kindle Edition. As a future educator who will be responsible to teach Social Studies—specifically History, Geography and Citizenship Education in Quebec and Canada, it is important that you have a philosophical and pedagogical statement: a sense of purpose and politics that is self-reflexive, that you have thought about carefully, and that you can defend. Your teaching philosophy will be always be a shifting and changing work-in-progress throughout
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