Develop a personal teaching philosophy
|Learning and Teaching in Practice|
|Module 5: Teaching philosophy|
|Develop a personal teaching philosophy||Introduction | Strategies for preparing a teaching philosophy | Summary|
Your teaching philosophy is personal to you. If you are to develop one, you need an understanding of how your students learn and your teaching preferences as well as an awareness of your professional beliefs, assumptions and values. Reflection about your practice is an important place to start when developing a teaching philosophy.
- Chism, N.(1998). Developing a philosophy of teaching statement. Essays on Teaching Excellence, 9'(3), 1-2. Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education.
- University Center for the Advancement of Teaching. (2009). Guidance on Writing a Philosophy of Teaching Statement. Columbus: Ohio State University. Retrieved from http://ucat.osu.edu/professional-development/teaching-portfolio/philosophy/