Teaching Philosophy

    My Teaching Philosophy is several beliefs and techniques in which I feel will best benefit my students. Below are some of the perspectives that I feel are the most important. During my two field experiences in a Deaf Education classroom, my ideas and thoughts have continued to alter and grow into more of a professional philosophy. Individualism is the answer to a lot of the problems, if you can not adapt for each student, then not everyone will benefit.
    My teaching philosophy best describes the constuctivist theory because my teaching style is describing that students learn best when the material is interesting to them. Also, when the students can relate to the lessons and put them into their own life situations and experiences, they stay on task more often. I will be able to adapt to their topics to better instruct their lessons.