Beliefs

I believe that the purpose of education is not just one answer, but rather a mixture. I believe that the purpose of education is to pass on knowledge that we know to be factual, to instill morals, curiosity, and creativity to have future innovators. Furthermore, I believe that education should give the skills that a student will need to live a productive life, as well as compete on the World stage.

The role of a teacher is to use all the tools that they have at their disposal to educate their students. They play the role of role model, leader, and caretaker. They should show kindness to their students, but also been stern when necessary. Their role is to shape the future through educating their students.

I believe that every student can learn and be successful if they are given a fair opportunity to do so. I believe that children are taught hate and are born with love in their heart. I believe that it is never too late to reach a struggling student. I believe that if a child is acting out, there is an underlining reason and therefore an underlying solution.

A teacher is responsible for their students and therefore they have the responsibility to behave in an ethical way. They should be dressed in a professional manner and behave in a professional manner in the presents of their students. They should have a social media presence that aligns with professional moral conduct as well. They should treat all students equitably no matter their race, age, religion, etc.

Teachers should make instructional decisions with all students in mind. Their classroom should be set up so that they can provide equitable adjustments that meet the developmental domains of their individual students. This could include small groups, one-on-one instruction, instructions broken down into smaller steps, etc. so that all students are getting what they need to be successful.

I believe that it is very important that throughout my career as a teacher, I work to promote positive change. I believe that I must advocate and do all I can as a teacher to make systematic changes in the educational system, so that every child gets an equitable education. This is an important mission because it could lead to solving many problems that our country faces, like homelessness, violence, and unemployment.