Philosophy of Education

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Philosophy of Education by Mind Map: Philosophy of Education

1. Introduction of Myself

1.1. Who am I?

1.1.1. CSUF Student

1.1.2. Teaching Mathematic

1.2. Background

1.2.1. came to U.S when I was sixteen.

1.2.2. AA Degree at Cypress College

1.3. Goal

1.3.1. B.A Degree in Summer 2017

1.3.2. Credential program in Fall 2017

1.3.3. High school math teacher

2. Role of Education

2.1. Purpose of Education

2.1.1. Developing Intellects

2.1.2. Learning government and Country

2.1.3. Preparing Future

2.1.4. Adapting Social Expectation

2.2. Role of The Teacher

2.2.1. Providing conductive knowledge of the subject (Math)

2.2.2. Leading students to learn appropriate human behaviors

2.2.3. Helping and communicating students to understand their situations

2.2.4. Communicating students’ parents to improve students school’s lives

2.3. Role of The Students

2.3.1. Learning knowledge that schools provided

2.3.2. Following and learning the rule of schools

2.3.3. Preparing futures in schools and family

3. Subject Area

3.1. High School Math (Math I, II, II, Pre-calculus and Calculus)

3.2. Goals

3.2.1. Understanding basic idea of math

3.2.2. Understanding rule and theorems

3.2.3. Applying and Using math skills to variety situations

4. Students

4.1. Why high school students?

4.1.1. I love communicating with adolescents

4.1.2. I want to help them

4.2. How Adolescents learn?

4.2.1. Thru Peers

4.2.2. Experiences & Activities

4.2.3. Need a Goal

4.2.4. Communication & Relationship with Teachers

5. Curriculum

5.1. Math I

5.1.1. Solving Euquation

5.1.2. Solving Systems of Euqations

5.2. Math II

5.2.1. Creating Equation & Understanding Number Relationships

5.2.2. Understanding & Analyzing Functions

5.2.3. Proving Geometric Theorems

5.3. Math III

5.3.1. Interpreting The Structure of Expressions

5.3.2. Solving Polynomial Equations

5.3.3. Understanding the relationship of functions

5.4. Instruction Stragies

5.4.1.  Power Point  Graph  Diagram  Pictures  Typed Note  Hand Out  Group Work  Afterschool Office Hours  Email  Lecture Video

5.5. Assessment

5.5.1. Entry-Level

5.5.1.1.  Lecture  Warm Up Question  Graphing, Diagram, Pictures  Group Activities

5.5.2. Formative

5.5.2.1.  Weekly Quiz  Homework

5.5.3. Summative Assessment

5.5.3.1.  Chapter Test  Project

5.6. New Technology in Eudcation

6. Conclusion

6.1. Teacher need to guide students

6.2. Students will observe everything from teacher

6.3. Lectures must be clear to make student to understand

6.4. Math strategy must simple and understandable for everyone