The principle of my teaching philosophy is based on three pedagogies: Collaborative, Process, and Expressive. Within these three disciplines, I believe a student’s writing will greatly improve. I guide students in forming the foundations necessary to produce well-written essays and creative pieces by helping them find their voice, heighten their diction, and strengthen their analytical skills—making clear the necessary perspective that writers require to excel. As an instructor, I aim to use the writing process to motivate students through self-exploration to discovery. This goal can only be achieved by a genuine commitment to teaching as well as an interest level cultivated by the instructor and upheld by the student. Leading by example, I work through the writing process with students, helping them find the expressive voice they need to master English composition and analysis, while being open to new experiences and criticisms.