To be a good teacher is to be reflective, critical of your own work, innovative and, above all, responsive to the needs of the children in your care. All of this makes a PGCE a demanding but immensely rewarding course.
Many students embarking on a PGCE course think that they will be taught the way to teach. But teaching is such a personal activity that this is impossible.
Instead the teaching philosophies and strategies that each of you develops will be separate and personal. They will depend on many things, including:
More than anything else, your own strengths and weaknesses, and interests and interactions with pupils, teachers and fellow students, will condition that development.