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A teaching philosophy is less ethereal than the name implies. It is, quite simply, a document that describes what your goals and values are as a college teacher and what you have done in the classroom to implement these and to foster student learning. Teaching philosophies can be two pages long (but never three).
James M. Lang (2010), “4 Steps to a Memorable Teaching Philosophy.”
Gabriela Montell (2003), “How to Write a Statement of Teaching Philosophy.”
Ohio State University’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching: “Writing a Philosophy of Teaching Statement.”