My Teaching Philosophy

I believe that every learner is unique and they deserve equal right to share their ideas based on their existing experience. It is important for my learners or students to receive a stimulating educational environment where they can grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. I am dedicated to creating this type of atmosphere where the learners are allowed to develop to their fullest potential.

‘Begin with the end in mind’ is my firm belief in life as well as teaching. I would like to ensure that the transferred knowledge, skills and value will maximise the students’ experience professionally as well as for personal growth.

I uphold the notion that ‘an exemplary teacher is the one who has the ability to deliver complex subject matter into a simpler presentation for the benefit of others’. This notion is parallel with my teaching philosophy that everyone has the ability to succeed if they are given the right methods, learning environment, motivation and a fair chance.

Driven by the belief of equal education for all, I am motivated to guide my students to extend towards their true selves.  It is my wish to provide an enjoyable learning experience and creating a suitable learning space for the process.  Following that trust, I am willing to go to the extra miles to incorporate extra knowledge, skills and values to enrich students’ learning experience for their benefits and for the next generation of the nation.

I am inspired towards becoming future-ready educators (FRC). Thus, I am determined to seek and learn the most up-to-date lesson materials and technology so I can engage my students’  involvement in the learning process. I am inspired to share my knowledge through conferences and publication. It will be the most beneficial experience and platforms to provide my ability as a trainer and consultant.

As I love community engagement, it is my wish that I am able to contribute to society through community social responsibility. Thus, my overall goal as an educator is multifaceted. It combines the desire to make learning fun and inspirational so my students may find love towards learning; to create an organized learning experience and to clearly define my teaching approach and strategies.

My teaching goals focus on maximising the students’ learning experience.  I believe that learners must be given the freedom to create meaningful knowledge based on their unique experiences and freedom to blend it with additional information. By providing them with this freedom, I am hoping that my students will learn to make wise decision making and able to see the connection between matters.

My teaching philosophy is modelled by student-centred learning and supported by constructivism and Connectivism theories. By embracing this approach, I hope that I am able to encourage mature thinking among my students to formulate a solution, fostering creativity, develop positive self-direction, to be independent, to be self-responsible, ability to view the connection between concepts and ideas and always ready to be responsive to growth stimuli.

I am motivated to guide my students via non-directive teaching strategies and towards increasing self-motivation. I am encouraging my students to explore their curiosity in a wiser manner, becomes motivated to craft knowledge, be able to explore new ideas, always be up-to-date on information, make their own decision making and also able to embrace technology maturely. I shall reach out to my students, empathises, guide and react to assist the students with their issues.

Thus, I am hoping that my students will finally able to reach one self-hood and proactively seeking continuous improvement to attain better quality lives of selves and others.


About nisrinanis

Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Faculty of Science Social and Humanities, UTMJB Interests: Research Methodology | Mixed Method Study | Leadership | Training | Higher Education  | Competencies | Entrepreneurship | Market & Marketing | Smart Reading | Bibliotherapy |
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