T E A C H I N G  P H I L O S O P H Y


"Ultimately, I want my students to care about what they are creating and (hopefully) in everything they do because it will show in their work."  ~ Nosri

care |ke(ə)r|


noun

1 the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something : the care of the elderly | the child is safe in the care of her grandparents | health care.

2 serious attention or consideration applied to doing something correctly or to avoid damage or risk : he planned his departure with great care.• an object of concern or attention : the cares of family life.• a feeling of or occasion for anxiety : she was driving along without a care in the world.


verb [ intrans. ]

1 [often with negative ] feel concern or interest; attach importance to something : they don't care about human life | [with clause ] I don't care what she says.• feel affection or liking : you care very deeply for him.• ( care for something/care to do something)like or be willing to do or have something : would you care for some tea? | I don't care to listen to him.

2 ( care for) look after and provide for the needs of : he has numerous animals to care for.