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The teaching philosophy of a candidate for an academic position is a written statement of the candidate's general personal views on teaching. Colleges and universities that advertise a position whose duties require teaching often require the applicant to submit a teaching philosophy with the application. The philosophy statement often attempts to express what methods of teaching the candidate practices.
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