Teachers are those who are in charged of children out of home but treating them more than students, that is the case of the disabled children, for example. It is not easy to have “normal students” mixed with one or two disabled, even for parents is too difficult to pay more attention to the “normal son” than the disabled one. However, currently in our country this is part of the teacher’s role. Personally, I believe that disabled students require more attention and the better way for giving it to them is assigning specialist teachers in inclusive education. They will be able to find the better way for them to understand and to be updated with the education the other students of the same ages are receiving.
MY PHILOSOPHY OF THEACHING Some may say teaching begins in home and the teacher is seen as a guide to students for complete the education received in home. This statement maybe is right in part, however; the school has been considered as “second home” so that the teacher is more than a guide, he/she becomes to another mother or father. Teachers have the responsibility to correct, teach and motivate students as if they were parents. In home, parents should be those who give the first stages to children for being a good person in the community. It could begin with their friends, relatives and siblings. But they do not are able to teach their children in specific fields, unless they are teachers, and here is when the role of the teacher takes place.Pedagogy means education in highest level. Not all the teachers are able to teach, but those who are really interested on emphasize the learning into the students brain and life are true teachers and guides.
Another important aspect of teaching is the way of learning, and we can figure out this by means of the Multiple Intelligences proposed by Gardner. Each students differs in the way of learning, sometimes one needs to listen and repeat instructions while another needs to look at the board and read the instructions. The teacher must discover the appropriate learning strategy to be used with each student but at the same time with the whole classroom, without affecting the main purpose which is to cover a content or learning situation.