Part 2 – 25% – Individual Reflective Paper Supported By Research
· Use the 7th edition APA guidelines to write a 4-6 page paper about your philosophy of learning and your philosophy of teaching. The cover page and reference page are not included in the length.
o Write about what you believe, what the research says, and what this looks like in your work with young children.
· Use a minimum of 4 current and reliable sources.
o What the paper is about, why it is important to have a philosophy, what a philosophy does, etc. …
o Body (your ideas and beliefs supported by research and connected to theory; you can combine learning and teaching, or you can separate them into two sections of the paper, but they both need to be addressed thoughtfully in the paper)…
o Learning – how children learn best, what children need to learn…
o Teaching – best practices, specific examples of what this looks like and what you should do in your day to day work with children…
Summarize your paper, what does this mean for you as an educator?
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