Sample Education Paper on Teaching Philosophy

After reading the entire article, my opinion does not change whatsoever. There is no
significant change in opinion because the author provides reputable models for enhancing the
learning process. Reading the first part of the teaching philosophy inspired the opinion that the
author understands the basics of becoming a productive instructor. My opinions about the entire
article build on the opinions formed after reading the first paragraph. This is mainly because the
second article expounds on the major points of the first excerpt. Besides, the author does not
introduce any new ideas but effectively presents evidence-based practices that are crucial to
enhance the process of teaching philosophy. Besides, the intentions for teaching philosophy
hardly change.
In the entire article about teaching philosophy, I realize that the part that discusses active
engagement in learning processes through experiential education was lacking in the partial write
up. This part is interesting because the instructor highlights various strategies applicable to
enhance learner's engagement in the learning process. Notably, the third strategy grabs my
attention because it discusses the use of icebreakers and cooperative learning paradigms. This is
interesting because it entails nurturing supportive peer relations. An exciting thing with learning
that students integrate ideas better integrated if they are part of the process.
In my position as the principal looking forward to recruiting a physical education
instructor, I would ask the instructor some questions about the instructor after reading the write-
up. These questions will be critical to understanding the instructors about some aspects of
learning, including evaluation and grading. The first question I would ask is, how will you
assess the learning and development of your students? The second question is, what are your

perceptions about evaluation and grading? Lastly, I will ask what evaluation strategies do you
intend to use with your students and why these models?