The teaching philosophy “Education for Diverse Learners” by Victoria Galea was about diverse learners and how teachers should be aware of these students in their classrooms. Also, Victoria’s philosophy focused on how teachers could implement lessons into their curriculum which will motivate the diverse students instead of segregating them in the classroom.
Victoria’s philosophy was very clear and straight-forward because it focused primarily on diverse learners. Also, the philosophy met the requirements in that it included a clear understanding of diverse learners and Victoria related this to the work of Lev Vygotsky in a very good way. Furthermore, I liked the way that Victoria included a wide variety of her experiences into the philosophy because this proves her understanding of the concept. I also think that the examples were very appropriate and relevant and added further detail to the philosophy.
Overall, the philosophy was very well-written and well-motivated. I think that Victoria did a good job of writing about diverse learners and she used very good examples to further explain the concept. This philosophy definitely related to educational psychology because diverse learners was a topic discussed in the course. If I could give this philosophy a grade, I would give it a grade in the A range. I am a psychology student and this is my last semester in the program, but I was in Concurrent General Science before I switched to Psychology. I have some teaching experience because I tutor on a daily basis and I did a placement in a grade school when I was in the Concurrent program.
I went to most of the lectures during the semester and I thought that they were very beneficial. The lectures were very informative and as a future teacher, I learned a lot of things about different concepts. I took some notes from the lectures and utilized them in my assignments for the class. Even though I did not participate a lot in class discussions, I enjoyed partaking in...