My teaching philosophy is to be in service to others by helping individuals and communities explore the depths of their thoughts, beliefs, and ideas, and in turn allowing them to create their own stories and connections. In addition to this, it is important to provide exposure to different worlds and narratives, challenging them to be critical and analytical. I design my classroom to be unpredictable, forcing my students to leap between the edges of their imagination and strengthening their creativity and the tools they need to bring it to life. I keep in mind different learning styles and personalities, to not only accommodate them, but celebrate them.
Creativity is a muscle and needs to be exercised for it to take shape. I aim to work this muscle in a practical and tangible way.
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