It is important for every teacher to have a personal teacher's pedagogical philosophy based on values and principles. This should reflect the person's ideologies and the philosophy of teaching and the general development of children. It becomes a key factor in guiding children to a successful life.
The most famous and most important people contributing to the world's development have a personal, deeply insightful educational philosophy of their own. Albert Einstein, Paul Freire, and Rudolf Steiner were people who wrote and followed great educational philosophies in their careers.
John Dewey, one of the most prominent educational philosophers in his book on Democracy and Education, devotes a whole chapter about pedagogical education philosophy and speaks of various aspects of child education. Teacher training philosophies are liberal, behaviorist, progressive, humanist and radical. Each of them has a specific purpose in education and determines the role of the teacher and his relation to the student in the unique perspective of each philosophical context. Liberal philosophy aims to develop intellectual power while behavioral ideologies focus on the survival capabilities of the human being and the role of education in education. Progressive philosophy motivates the individual's cultural development to create social change, while humanistic tendencies look at the general development of the individual's personality and characteristics. In addition, radical philosophers are interested in beneficial changes that happen from time to time in a society and the role of education in creating political, social and economic changes.
Teacher training philosophy is now widely used as a marketing strategy for teachers and has become an essential element of continuing teaching. This has become part of the personal profile of the teacher, outlining all the essential skill sets and unique features, and highlights his expertise.