Teaching Philosophy Re-read and reflect on your teaching creed from ID 250 if you completed one. Many teaching support documents are available on-line and through our web library as well

Teaching Philosophy Re-read and reflect on your teaching creed from ID 250 if you completed one. Many teaching support documents are available on-line and through our web library as well

Teaching Philosophy
Re-read and reflect on your teaching creed from ID 250 if you completed one. Many teaching support documents are available on-line and through our web library as well. Review and reflect on section one in Richlin and get her take on the creation and imagination of one’s teaching philosophy. Then watch the above video for creative inspiration and review http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/tutorials/philosophy/index.html on teaching philosophies as part of the contemporary hiring dossier. Next, build, construct, or write your personal reflection of scholarly goals and methods and share specific examples (through writing, images, collage, you select the medium) of the ways that your scholarly design process will reflect your “attitude,” “faith,” “willingness” and “commitment” (Richlin 8). Clarify how your own beliefs and experiences shape your educational plans (length aprox. 1-2 pages of text). Keep in mind that the teaching philosophy is a brief, yet dense document or media presentation in progress. “As your teaching changes and your professional identity grows, your teaching philosophy will also change and grow. So revisit it periodically and re-work it as your beliefs and experiences progress and change” [umn.edu]. The format for this assignment is entirely up to you but technological experimentation and digital forums are encouraged.

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