Personal Philosophy of Education

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Essay #: 062218
Total text length is 5,880 characters (approximately 4.1 pages).

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The beginning:
Personal Philosophy of Education
Introduction
The ability to provide a quality education is one of the privileges of living in an industrialized nation. This privilege is for all people including those with disabilities and minorities. It has been legislated that the least restrictive classroom possible will be the classroom of choice for all students with disabilities.
School culture
New teachers who work in a heterogeneous classroom often make the mistake that they should adapt the lesson to the learning needs of the individual student. No productive lesson can have mixed variety of individually fitted activities. The approach of this type of teacher is impractical.
An alternative approach to teaching in a heterogeneous classroom is to...
The end:
.....urban America must recognize and provide provisions for the differences in needs of all learners. It is this change in classroom environment that this course has taught me that will help me reach the most students.
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Resilience—Strengthening Protective Factors and Developmental
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