For most educators, writing a philosophy of teaching statement is a daunting, even unpleasant, task. Sure they can motivate the most lackadaisical of students, juggle a seemingly endless list of responsibilities, make theory and applications of gas chromatography come alive in lecture, and find time to offer a few words of encouragement to a homesick freshman, but when it comes to articulating their teaching philosophy… suddenly they’re unsure where to even start.
This free report makes navigating the uncertain waters of writing a philosophy of teaching statement a tad easier to steer.
Examples and Tips on How to Write a Teaching Philosophy Statement
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