What is your philosophy on teaching?
Your teaching philosophy is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning. It develops these ideas with specific, concrete examples of what the teacher and learners will do to achieve those goals. Importantly, your teaching philosophy statement also explains why you choose these options.
What is your philosophy as a future teacher?
I believe a good teacher, first, has a powerful faith in the future. The good teacher knows and understands students, how they develop and learn. I know that students actively construct and transform their own knowledge based on past experiences and prior learning.
How does philosophy affect your life?
It helps us solve our problems -mundane or abstract, and it helps us make better decisions by developing our critical thinking (very important in the age of disinformation). It illustrates by linking influential ideas to mundane activities, such as waking up with Descartes and going to the gym with Heidegger.
How does philosophy change the way you think?
Philosophy doesn’t just tell us what to believe. It also helps us improve our thinking by improving our ability to be reasonable. Philosophy helps assure us that manipulation and poor arguments will have a lower impact on our beliefs, and good arguments and evidence will have a larger impact on our beliefs.
Why should I study philosophy?
1. Prepare for success in a wide variety of careers. Philosophical study develops writing, reading, reasoning, re-thinking, adapting, learning, organizing and dialogue skills. In a fast-changing business and technological environment, these are abilities of great practical value.
What will I become if I study philosophy?
Communications, publishing, HR and advertising can be attractive options for philosophy graduates, as well as law, banking, the civil service, business and science. Others go on to further study, research, academia and/or lecturing in philosophy or a related field.
Is studying philosophy easy?
Intro classes are usually easy. In philosophy, there’s no real barrier to learning as there is in some other subjects. But, really, all subjects are equally difficult (although different people find different subjects harder or easier).
Why is studying philosophy hard?
Thus, philosophy is hard because understanding the most universal causes is more difficult than those of this or that particular field. A further challenge is that the conclusions of philosophy are so universal that they often will have some moral implications on how we ought to live.