Could you sum up your educational philosophy in 140 characters?


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This post answers the second question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. You can see my other top-Thunks here.

Thunk 2: Could you sum up your educational philosophy in 140 characters? Answer below.

Thunk 2

My answer:

I put students’ success at the heart of the community & consider praise the highest form of discipline.” (86)

How about you?


5 thoughts on “Could you sum up your educational philosophy in 140 characters?

  1. All students, from all contexts, deserve the highest expectations and need to be given every opportunity: to achieve; to be successful; to be rewarded for their efforts.

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