It 'important for every teacher to have a personal philosophy of teacher education based on a set of values and principles. It should reflect the person's ideologies and philosophies of teaching and the overall development of children. Becomes a crucial element in guiding the children towards a successful life.
The most famous and important people who contributed to the development of the world had personal, deeply insightful educational philosophies on their own. Albert Einstein, Paul Freire and Rudolf Steiner were some people who wrote and followed powerful educational philosophies in their careers.
John Dewey, one of the most important philosophers of growth, the 'Democracy and Education' his book, even devoted an entire chapter on the philosophy teacher training and talks about various aspects that play a formative role in the education of children. Philosophies of teacher education can be classified as liberal, behaviorist, progressive, humanistic and radical. Each of these has specific purposes in education and defines the role of a teacher and his relationship with the student, the unique perspective of particular philosophical contexts. The liberal philosophy aims at developing intellectual skills, while the behavioral ideologies focus on the survival skills of a human being and the role of education in their teaching. The Progressive philosophy motivates cultural development of an individual, in order to bring about change in society, while trends humanities observe the overall development of the personality and characteristics of an individual. And the radical philosophers are interested in positive changes that should happen in a society from time to time, and the role of education in determining political, social and economic.