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My Teaching Philosophy Education has always been a huge part of my life. I decided I needed to be a teacher once I was in school. My kindergarten teacher was an amazing person and even in age six, she motivated me. Through the following years, I maintained excellent grades and committed myself to college. The purpose in my life that solidified my decision was my eleventh grade year. I began tutoring a friend's kid. One day, her mother came to me and asked me if I'd tutor another girl. The woman was failing mathematics using a 32 percent and had no family support to help her out. I agreed and instantly started tutoring the girl. On her next six months report card, her grade'd jumped to some 90%. I knew I had played a part in her success and recognized that teaching was my calling. I feel you cannot just choose one philosophy to base your teaching approaches on. I agree with points of two quite different characteristics. The initial philosophy is essentialism. This really is a teacher-centered philosophy. I believe core classes are extremely essential in education. H.. .