Communication increases our interaction with another human being; thus, conveying our emotions, feelings and opinions to another person in a cycle which fosters give-and-take. It also develops our critical thinking skills as we go about how we communicate and what we communicate to another, taking in consideration the ramifications of whatever we decide to communicate- if this would mean harm or the opposite.
You can have your own Philosophy of Education that is authentic when you engage yourself in a classroom or school environment. Observe what is happening and come up with an ideas. Do not just decide of yours, because it is your mind think. It should be with an involvement of your mind, eyes, ears and heart. You witness something that lead you to formulate your own Philosophy in Education.