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My Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy revolves around the homeland security world; the most important element to communicate to students is that not all the textbooks have been written yet. These textbooks are being developed in the field everyday.quality_of_life

My teaching philosophy is based on the understanding that the teacher and student roles are interchangeable in a truly inspiring learning environment. My teaching philosophy; a homeland security teacher becomes an expert by never being content with the obvious. It is imperative that the teacher has the skills to best communicate one’s knowledge to his or her students, which inspires the student to seek out knowledge beyond the teacher’s expertise. This inspiration becomes expertise that is useful to both the student and teacher because to seek greater knowledge is never-ending in any direction.

My philosophy is to fashion a meaningful homeland security practitioner’s classroom environment for my students. A teacher is always obligated to deliver a meaningful education environment that results in noteworthy learning outcomes. Homeland security learning outcomes become a successful reality when the teacher forms the real-world connections between student and the global security community.

My principal goal is to ready and inspires future homeland security practitioners; the students of today become the safety security solution providers of tomorrow.

by Dr. Pietro Savo