Good curriculum creates conditions for growth. Teachers teach a curriculum, as a result, transformation occurs. For learning to happen teachers must possess skill to teach a curriculum and know why and how to teach it. If we teach well from a growth based curriculum, students will know and understand themselves and others. As a result, learners will be able to use classroom learning at home, in school, and elsewhere. Teaching a good curriculum sets the table for growth.
The teaching task carries great importance. It’s spiritual work. The passion that emerges from us in order to teach others is based on what we care for, what we value. Teaching and growth based curriculum must base itself on values.
If we believe in ourselves and our ability to help transform the world, then we will persist to create conditions for learning growth.
If we consistently cultivate candidness and craving for learning, then we will be fit for growth in all parts of our lives so that our world would grow because of our touch.
If we seek to inspire others, then we we will cultivate transformation within ourselves and others in order to spread skill, knowledge, and understanding.
If we create quality classroom experiences, then we will forge a customized path for community so that through the classroom the world would be better.
If we obey our curious inclinations, then we will explore the breadth and depths the classroom so that we might provoke growth based lifestyles.