As a teacher, you have to write your educational philosophy. Here is my shortened version:
Teaching and learning is a continuous process of learning and reflection that happens with the support of a group of colleagues. The cohort works with real problems, with the intention of getting things done.
True learning is the same as planned knowledge and true teaching is the application of such; in other words, an educator/learner that is intentionally seeking knowledge with a plan for success. The process of teaching and learning is cyclic, and includes the following steps: experience, reflection, conceptualizing, and planning.
Therefore, they are processes that educators use to become better at their professions.
In conclusion, teaching is an assessment of educational fundamentals and instructional examples. As a teacher, I am continually developing a repertoire of teaching techniques and strategies. In addition, I learn about new models and ways of teaching.
In addition, as a current student I still am learning, therefore, my philosophy is to learn, then to teach: to strengthen the act of teaching.