A teaching philosophy is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning. Some say that philosophy is love for knowledge” some call it pursuit of knowledge” the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary defines the term philosophy” as search for knowledge and understanding of the nature and meaning of the universe and of human life” it is the study of the principles on which human behaviour is based.
They share in the project of uncovering the relations of power in educational theory and practice, often aiming at a more comprehensive account of education, one informed by the values and beliefs of those groups that are traditionally ignored or excluded.
All must agree, however, that normative premises of the kind indicated in (1) must be appealed to. Thus, what is central and crucial in any normative philosophy of education is not epistemology, metaphysics, or theology, as is sometimes thought, but ethics, value theory, and social philosophy.
The main components of philosophy of teaching statements are descriptions of how the teachers think learning occurs, how they think they can intervene in this process, what chief goals they have for students, and what actions they take to implement their intentions.
I have always learned toward the profession of education that it will offer much both personally and professionally, a learning experience is a creative experience both with knowledge provided by a teacher, books, manuals and other teaching materials and also with the students own inputs.