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"An array of teaching skills must be employed, such as varied questioning including closed and open questions. An outline of clear success criteria for students, so that learning intentions are known. Having high expectations of student achievement is a key to aiding the development of a student. Problem solving and hands on learning are key aspects. Variety of tasks to be employed that encourages students to use their learning styles; kinesthetic, visual and auditory and Gardner’s model of learning. Opportunities for reflection and gaining an understanding of how one learns need to be included."
- Excerpt from a sample Educational Philosophy statement