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Nabihah Hassein Mahomed. Task 1.1. TEXP7419

by Nabihah Mahomed

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NABIHAH HASSEIN MAHOMED

ST10122413

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN FOUNDATION PHASE TEACHING

MODULE CODE: TEXP7419

VARSITY COLLEGE

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Nabihah's Teaching Tales
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
-About me Page 3
-My teaching philosophy Page 4
-My classroom management Page 6
-My CV Page 8
As an aspiring teacher, my aim is to create a nurturing and inclusive classroom environment where every student feels valued and supported. I believe in fostering a love for learning by incorporating engaging and interactive teaching methods that cater to diverse learning styles. I strive to inspire my students to reach their full potential, not just academically, but also personally and socially. My goal as a teacher is to instil a strong sense of character and values in my students. By promoting critical thinking, creativity, and empathy, I hope to equip my students with the skills and mindset they need to thrive in the ever-changing world.
ABOUT ME
-My teaching philosophy Page 4
As an aspiring teacher, my aim is to create a nurturing and inclusive classroom environment where every student feels valued and supported. I believe in fostering a love for learning by incorporating engaging and interactive teaching methods that cater to diverse learning styles. I strive to inspire my students to reach their full potential, not just academically, but also personally and socially. My goal as a teacher is to instil a strong sense of character and values in my students. By promoting critical thinking, creativity, and empathy, I hope to equip my students with the skills and mindset they need to thrive in the ever-changing world.
A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination and instil a love of learning.
-Brad Henry
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My teaching philosophy
Task 1.2.
I am grateful for the opportunity to have engaged in my teaching practice, and I am enthusiastic about returning to the classroom next year. Reflecting on my teaching journey, I have encountered numerous challenges and celebrated many successes, all of which have been pivotal in my growth as an educator. My time spent with Grade 3 learners during my teaching experience has been invaluable, and I've learned a great deal about teaching and about myself as a future educator.

One fundamental principle I've embraced during my teaching experience is that effective teaching goes beyond the transmission of information, it is about fostering an active and engaging learning environment. As an educator, it's my responsibility to encourage students to express their thoughts, ask questions, and participate in the learning process actively. Learning should not be a one-way street where the teacher merely imparts knowledge, it should be a dynamic exchange where students and teachers collaborate to explore concepts and ideas.

I've come to appreciate the importance of individualized attention in teaching. My experiences helping students who struggled with English taught me that each child learns at their own pace, and it's crucial to identify and address their unique needs. Teaching should not be a rote exercise, it should be tailored to cater to the diverse learning styles and abilities of students. It's our duty as educators to ensure that every child comprehends and can apply what they've learned.

I also had the privilege of witnessing the supportive and harmonious school culture at King Edward Preparatory School. This experience underscored the significant role teachers play in creating an environment where students feel safe, respected, and valued.
Teaching is not solely about academic content, it's about instilling values, fostering a sense of community, and empowering students to become responsible, caring, and informed individuals. Moreover, I've come to realize that education is a collaborative effort, and teachers, students, and the wider school community should work together to achieve these goals.

In terms of lesson planning, I've learned that it's a skill that requires careful thought, creativity, and adaptability. My experiences have prepared me for the intricate task of designing engaging and effective lessons that cater to the diverse needs and abilities of students.

Lastly, I'm deeply appreciative of the support and mentorship I received from the school staff. Their guidance, positive feedback, and willingness to help me grow as an educator were instrumental in my development. I believe that a supportive and collaborative teaching community is the cornerstone of a successful educational institution.

My teaching philosophy is anchored in active, student-centered learning, individualized attention, and the creation of a positive and inclusive classroom and school culture. I am excited to bring these principles into my future classrooms, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to flourish and reach their full potential. My experiences have equipped me with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the challenges of the teaching profession, and I look forward to walking into whichever classroom I will be teaching next year.

-Nabihah Hassein Mahomed
-ST10122413
Teaching is not solely about academic content, it's about instilling values, fostering a sense of community, and empowering students to become responsible, caring, and informed individuals. Moreover, I've come to realize that education is a collaborative effort, and teachers, students, and the wider school community should work together to achieve these goals.

In terms of lesson planning, I've learned that it's a skill that requires careful thought, creativity, and adaptability. My experiences have prepared me for the intricate task of designing engaging and effective lessons that cater to the diverse needs and abilities of students.

Lastly, I'm deeply appreciative of the support and mentorship I received from the school staff. Their guidance, positive feedback, and willingness to help me grow as an educator were instrumental in my development. I believe that a supportive and collaborative teaching community is the cornerstone of a successful educational institution.

My teaching philosophy is anchored in active, student-centered learning, individualized attention, and the creation of a positive and inclusive classroom and school culture. I am excited to bring these principles into my future classrooms, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to flourish and reach their full potential. My experiences have equipped me with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the challenges of the teaching profession, and I look forward to walking into whichever classroom I will be teaching next year.

-Nabihah Hassein Mahomed
-ST10122413
My classroom management
Task 1.3
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