MY PROFESSIONAL PHILOSOPHY
My professional philosophy is all about innovations in teaching and exploring the best way to engage learners to interact and acquire new knowledge, skill, behavior or all the three in order to function well as members of a society. Achieving this requires not only theory or instructional tool, but also a combination of strategies that would help the teacher to respond creatively and spontaneously to teaching and learning situations. As a trained and practicing teacher of different levels and contexts, I base my principle on combined strategies informed by established current theories and practices. I always strive to explore the potentials that technology offers in today's learning environment, hence my research interest in Computer Assisted Language Learning. Ultimately, I focus on the potential connectivity of linguistics to different facets of human endeavors and development.