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Jody Lurie
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INDEX

  • Teaching Philosophy: Pg 3

  • Classroom Management: Pg 7

  • CV & Linkedin Profile: Pg 11

  • Reference List: Pg 13


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INDEX

  • Teaching Philosophy: Pg 3

  • Classroom Management: Pg 7

  • CV & Linkedin Profile: Pg 11

  • Reference List: Pg 13


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Teaching Philosophy:

The most significant and effective tool available for
changing the world is education. I believe that everyone has the right to
a quality education and the ability to study, even teachers continue to learn
new things. To effectively instruct other learners, we must ourselves be
learners in order to be good teachers.
I am the kind of
teacher who uses a variety of teaching philosophies to meet the needs of each
of my learners and their preferred learning styles. I educate verbally,
kinesthetically, visually, and concretely. I'll use a hands-on, tangible
approach, written instructions, lists, and verbal instruction in addition to
educating by telling and modeling. Since every learner processes knowledge
differently, this helps all learners by making their lives easier.

I support teaching
learners in a teacher-guided setting using a whole-class, group, or individual
approach. I use a whole class approach when imparting knowledge to my learners
due to the fact that makes teaching easier and allows everyone to participate
in the learning process and raise questions when necessary. I assess the
learners' understanding of the material they have just learned through group
projects. Collaborating in groups enables learners to share ideas, learn from
one another, and develop their communication skills with their classmates. To
ensure that learners are competent of completing their own work and to solidify
their learning, individual work is equally crucial.

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I support teaching
learners in a teacher-guided setting using a whole-class, group, or individual
approach. I use a whole class approach when imparting knowledge to my learners
due to the fact that makes teaching easier and allows everyone to participate
in the learning process and raise questions when necessary. I assess the
learners' understanding of the material they have just learned through group
projects. Collaborating in groups enables learners to share ideas, learn from
one another, and develop their communication skills with their classmates. To
ensure that learners are competent of completing their own work and to solidify
their learning, individual work is equally crucial.

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The Zone of Proximal
Development, as proposed by Lev Vygotsky (1896–1934), is the gap between what a
learner already understands and is capable of doing on their own and what they
can accomplish with the support and encouragement of a knowledgeable partner or
teacher. This is crucial because the work is slightly beyond the learner's
grasp and the guidance serves as a support system. The teacher can take a
backseat and provide less guidance if the learner is at ease with the
assignment. As a teacher, I always
make decisions based on the best interests of my learners, and everything I do
is done with their benefit in mind. My focus is on their education,
well-being—mental, physical, emotional, and social. In addition to imparting
knowledge to learners, I also act as a school mother by watching over and
taking care of them.
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