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My Philosophy of Education LaPordia Terrell Dr. Barrios My philosophy of education has changed over the years ago. After teaching for 13 years I have a very different philosophy that I did when first entering the world of education. 13 years ago I would have
easily stated that I believe every child can learn. This however may be true, but I now ask myself what am I going to do to help every child succeed. I believe that before a child is even willing to learn from you, that you must first build a relationship with them. Children need to feel a sense of security of trust. I believe in bonding with my students. I attend football games, dance recitals, baptisms, basketball games, birthday parties, and other events that my students are willing to invite me to. This shows my students that I care about them and that they are important to me. Students are willing to work hard for a teacher that they know fully invest in them. After you build the relationships then you can fully commit to making sure that every child can learn. I believe in adapting my lessons for each child and class. Differentiated instruction is important for my students. This practice ensures that every child is learning successfully. I plan small group lessons that the students would enjoy, but would also teach them the skills that they need. Once I notice my students

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