I believe that every child:* needs reason/motivation for learning * can be influence but not totally by his/her environment * is unique individual with an inherently complex nature * is multi dimensional human being, a person with a heart, a mind, and a soul with hopes, dreams, aspirations, and capacities * does not have an empty mind or a blank slate, rather a full of ideas and it is my task to bring out what’s within the childI believe that children should grow together. Although some students may be advanced while others may have special needs, I think it is important to start at one point. Occasionally, some students may need scaffolding in order to reach the ability of other students, but through guidance and support I want to allow each child to grow individually.

Differentiated instruction will be vital be to help assist students on different learning levels. Moreover, each student's individuality should be considered when planning activities and molding each activity for them personally. I want to ensure that each student is being challenged, no matter what their starting level may be.Diversity or disabilities should not be ignored. I want to encourage each child to maintain their own individuality and only be concerned about how they can improve themselves. I would accommodate different learning styles and levels through assessments and individual attention.

I believe it is crucial to correspond one-to-one with each student daily. By being aware of where each student stands, I will be able to be more accurate in how I can help guide further improvement.I believe that students should understand and appreciate themselves as unique individuals who accept complete responsibility for their thoughts, feelings, and actions.As a future teacher, I believe that teacher must emphasize mastery of the subject matter.

They are expected to be intellectual and moral models of their students. I strongly agree to essentialist philosophy that teachers teach not to radically reshape society but to transmit the traditional moral values and intellectual knowledge that students need to be a model of the society.Among the seven philosophy of education, what I mostly prefer was constructivist philosophy because I believe that knowledge isn’t a thing that can be simply deposited by the teacher into the empty minds of the learners. Rather, knowledge is constructed by learners through an active, mental process of development; learners are the builders and creators of meaning and knowledge.

Their minds are not empty. Instead, their minds are full of ideas waiting to be “midwife” by the teachers with his/her skillful facilitating skills.