Teaching Philosophy

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Teaching Philosophy I believe that each student is a unique individual; likewise, the way each student learns is also unique. It is my desire as an educator to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that is educational, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. There are three elements that I believe are conducive to establishing such an environment, (1) the teacher acting as a guide, (2) allowing the student direct his/her learning by always questioning the material, and (3) promoting respect within the classroom. When the teacher's role is to guide, providing access to information rather than acting as the primary source of information, the students' search for knowledge is met as they learn to find answers to their questions. For students to construct knowledge, they need the opportunity to discover for themselves and practice skills in authentic situations. Providing students access to hands-on activities and allowing adequate time and space to
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course MBA 551 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Indiana Wesleyan.

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