"A teaching (philosophy) statement is a purposeful and reflective essay about the author’s teaching beliefs and practices. It is an individual narrative that includes not only one’s beliefs about the teaching and learning process but also concrete examples of the . The following is my approach as an educator to my work in community and organizational development. I have come to this understanding mainly through experience, a great deal of mentoring and study. Please note that when I use the term â€œteacherâ€ in this document I also mean consultant, mentor, coach etc. The term â€œstudentâ€ is .
Sample Teaching Philosophies Read through some of the following sample statements of teaching philosophies, (or extracts from statements). Please note that these examples are not chosen for their excellence, but to show you a range of choices of styles, structures and possible content in teaching philosophy statements. Philosophies of Adult Education. Below you'll find three tables which compare five kinds of educational philosophies (Liberal, Behaviorist, Progressive, Humanistic, and Radical). Table One includes: Information on the purpose of each philosophy and the roles of learners and teachers.