My Teaching Philosophy and Guiding Principles

I believe that...

Every child has the right to learn. 
Every child should be given the access to formal education regardless of their race, sex, nationality, disability, or status in life. To many people, it is their only way to improve their lives.

Education is the key to success.
In the past, today, and in the future, people who have good education have more chances to succeed in life. 

Teaching is a very difficult profession but it is very rewarding. 
I doubt if many people would like to spend one whole day in school and try to teach, for the sake of trying if teaching is for them. It is indeed a very challenging job. However, every time a child learns from me, I feel so happy and proud. 


I became a teacher for very good reasons.

When I was a kid, I wanted to be an architect or an engineer. It did not happen. I became a teacher and I know why. I became a teacher so that I may not only build houses and structures but touch the lives of many young children. 

Learning is a life-long process.
Learning does and should not stop after you graduate from school. In this modern age, the new become obsolete in a matter of days. You better keep yourself updated, learn as much as you can to adapt in this ever changing, fast-paced world.

Students may forget what their teachers have taught them but they will always remember their love and kindness.
True. I forgot most of what my teachers have taught me but I always remember the times I spent with them and my classmates. I am who I am today because of my loving and kind teachers. 

More of these will be added soon. 

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