My Philosophy of Education

Teaching is the noblest of professions. Our work is the only work that seeks the advancement of the individual. We are mentors, parents, social workers, counselors, and etc. In short, teachers are in a profession that is asked to be many things for a diverse public. Those who take up the mantle of teaching must desire lifelong learning experiences which are used to continually adapt instruction to meet the needs of one’s students. Learning is life. Learning is questioning, genuine, seeking, and changing. We learn from each other and grow from the experiences we share. This anonymous quote summarizes my philosophy, “He who ceases to learn cannot adequately teach.”

Why All Teachers Are Reading Teachers

Reading is important. Success and learning in life equal reading. We all have dreams and hopes for our children and students. We know reading is the decisive component needed to bring any dream to life.

Favorite Quote

"Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition." ~Barzun, Jacques

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