What Is Your Educational Philosophy?
A core belief is an idea or principle that guides an individual’s actions, thoughts, and feelings.
A common core belief for educators is that children learn best when they are engaged in hands-on activities and are provided with opportunities to ask questions and explore their interests.
Educators also believe that effective instruction should be tailored individually and should be encouraged to think for themselves.
Some other common core beliefs for educators include the following:
1. Education is important and it should be a lifelong journey.
2. The goal of education is to help students achieve their personal best.
3. Education is about more than just learning facts and figures.
4. Learning should be fun, and students should enjoy learning.
5. Effective instruction begins with a strong foundation in basic knowledge and skills.
6. Teachers play an important role in students’ education and they should be respected and appreciated.
7. It is important to maintain a positive classroom environment where students feel comfortable asking questions and sharing ideas.
8. Teachers should continuously learn and keep up with the latest trends in education.
9. There is no one right way to teach and educators should experiment and explore new approaches to learning.
10. Learning should be continuous and interactive and students should be encouraged to ask questions and share their ideas.