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My Goals and Philosophy of Education I have always leaned toward the profession of instruction. I feel that a profession in education has much to offer, both professionally and personally. The notion of another career has been a matter; as a young child, and now as an adult, I have always understood that my interest lay in teaching. As a child, I'd play pretend being a teacher. I had a room full of students who were awarded instruction and assignments. Also like many students, I had a positive experience with a 5th grade teacher that meant much to me. She treated all of her pupils both and approached her job with enthusiasm, energy, and a positive disposition. I believe that the general importance of instruction is to provide pupils with understanding that they would perhaps not obtain elsewhere while respecting each studentвЂ™s identity. A learning experience is a creative encounter, both with knowledge provided by a teacher, books and other teaching aides, along with with the studentвЂ™s own input. Education has importance on two distinct levels. To begin with, it has value to the individual. Learning can be fun, stimulating, and fascinating to each individual. What each individual could find interesting differs. Additionally, education is seen as important to a healthy, responsible, and effective society. I plan to graduate from Concord College вЂ™s Teacher Education program in 2004 with a 5-12 Social Studies major. While used as a teacher, I'll seek a Masters degree. I really do plan to join with a teacherвЂ™s union and/or other organizations, but now, I don't know which one(s). As a future teacher, I favor John DeweyвЂ™s philosophy of Progressivism and its particular emphasis on being receptive to change. I also a.. .