How to Write a Teaching Philosophy


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What will inform your teaching philosophy?

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1. Who is likely to read your teaching philosophy?

2. Which of the following exemplifies a core value that you might emphasize in your teaching philosophy?

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  • Define teaching philosophy
  • Determine what core values are
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