I believe…

The job of a teacher can be a difficult one, as you are being entrusted to educate other people’s children. Sometimes even, if what you are teaching them does not match up with the beliefs or values of their guardians you are then under pressure because you have been doing your job poorly in the eyes of the guardian. As an educator you must strive to do the best of your ability and to build your own collection of what is important for you, and to model those ideals in your day-to-day life.

  • I believe that all children must be shown love and care, no matter how easy or hard it may be.
  • I believe in being passionate about everything that I do and encouraging students to pursue their passions.
  • I believe in being innovative, creative, and resourceful.
  • I believe in fun, and its importance to successful education.
  • I believe in standing up for those who do not have anyone else standing up for them.
  • I believe in being respectful to everyone, being polite, and using manners.
  • I believe in accepting everyone’s limitations, while still encouraging growth and to keep pushing those limitations.
  • I believe in following your dreams and supporting others in their own.
  • I believe inclusion is important.
  • I believe technology plays an ever-increasing role in the dynamics of the classroom.
  • I believe teachers should support one another and help each other whenever possible.
  • I believe in evidence-based practice.
  • I believe in the equality of each student.
  • I believe that teaching by example is important.
  • I believe in the individuality of each student.

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