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...teacher The role of academic qualifications in becoming a good teacher Introduction Education is one of the essential requirementsfor everybody to become useful citizens of a country and the teacher is the person who helps or guide students in achieving the knowledge required for this purpose. A good education always offers something new for everyone, irrespective of simple or complicated. The teacher should assist students to develop their personality, creativity and self esteem which will enable them in tackling the challenges in their life. The teacher helps students in establishing self confidence in their lives. Teachers combine their ideas with others while transferring... Running Head: Good...
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Teacher Professionalism
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...teacher as set by MELS. Specifically, the decision is cognizant of the 1st and 3rd features of the competency which are: Gathers information as students are engaged in a learning situation in order to identify their strengths and weaknesses and to review and adapt...  Mario (pseudonym) is a student who is believed to have some degree of autism, although he has not been officially diagnosed. He is greatly affected by his surroundings and feels immense frustration, especially when he thinks he will disappoint his mother or peers. An example being, on one afternoon, after my CT had returned the students’ math tests and was going over the corrections on the smart board, the bell rang and the students bega...
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Teacher evaluation
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...Teacher Evaluation in the United s: History, Trends, Effectiveness, and Future Challenges Essay Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Abstract Teacher evaluation programs have historically undergone various transformations, both in its goals, purposes, and philosophical values. The United States have witnessed major educational reforms that failed to produce the intended result: a better teacher evaluation system. Many factors are responsible for these failures. One is the weak relationship between teachers and administrators. Without open and efficient communication between teachers and administrators, a highly competent evaluation program... Running Head: Education The Evolution of Teacher ...
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Teacher Attrition
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...Teacher attrition: Introduction: This remains a widely acclaimed reality that maintaining a high level of teacher quality forms the critically important factor which ensures student achievement. With myriad types of demons endangering the teacher quality presently, students are consequently facing more and more problems to ensure individual academic accomplishments. The tendency of leaving schools and teaching profession by the learned and wiser teachers results in an inability to preserve an experienced teaching community and this produces many deteriorating influences on the students. What seems to come forward as a...
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Teacher Evaluation
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...teachers and his sub ordinates. The name of the principle and the school's name would not be disclosed due to privacy. I would present the summary of the interview in the following passage as the teacher answered me: The greatest challenge that a principle faces while evaluating a teacher is the effectiveness of the way he teaches. This is a challenging task because a teacher needs to keep in mind the school rules and policies while selecting his or her teaching method plus the grades are not the only proof of how well the teacher is teaching. There are teachers who don't... Summary I interviewed a man who had been a principle of a middle school since 8 years and had plenty of experience in evaluating...
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Teacher Misbehavior
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...Teacher Misbehavior: Literature Review and id Due Literature Review Teaching is an enjoyable professional occupation for most of the teachers, but for some it is a stressful and thankless occupation because teachers usually do not get the level of salaries that other professionals of even less academic qualifications get. This difference in salaries and perceived less regarded profession make teachers feel stressed at times due to which a negative shift in their teaching behaviors occurs. Even the most committed and dedicated teachers are likely to feel some stress at times. Poor interaction with students...
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Teacher Competency
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...teachers, our parents, how to talk, walk and such. Moreover, without teachers there will be no doctors, engineers, accountants, lawyers, etc. The role that teachers play in the development of a society cannot be overemphasized. Knowing the importance of the profession, teachers are expected to keep up with the times to facilitate learning. Students, meanwhile, also expect to be able to learn from the teacher. Some even think... that teachers can make them smart, an expectation which can not be discounted. Although intelligence is primarily a result of a student’s diligence and genes perhaps, a teacher’s input is a major contributing factor. This is where...
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Teacher Leaders
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...Teacher Leaders Today, schools are not working the way they have been working since a long time in an autocratic fashion. In fact, schools are more like an organization, where principals act as managers and teachers are their employees, whereas students are both their customers as well as products. The school culture is changing and is turning into more like an organizational culture that focuses on the principle of no-child-left-behind and is making endeavors to make it possible efficiently and effectively (Gabriel, pp.01). While the efforts are being made in all areas of schooling, be it classroom activities, field trips, co-curricular activities, or...
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Teacher Interview
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...TEACHER INTERVIEW Topic: Teacher Interview Lecturer: Presentation: The teacher in this case engages in instructional leadership through actions that promote interaction between the students and teachers to stimulate growth of student learning. He is a head teacher who is always focused on improving the quality of instruction, which has a significant impact on the accomplishment of educational goals. The teacher has placed himself in a position of a primary learner, which enables him to collaborate effectively with other teachers to set and constantly review the educational objectives. Apart from setting goals for the school, he also participates in harmonizing the objectives of various... Running Head:...
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Teacher CollaborationCommunication
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...Teacher Collaboration Most middle schools undergo major educational reforms and that includes motivating their teachers to have open communication or engage in collaboration. There are situations when teachers tend to work out of sight, alone in the planning or work on their own during preparation of their lessons. Sometimes there are those who struggle alone in troubleshooting instructional problems. In an interview with a K-12 teacher at Richwoods, several insights were drawn out about teacher collaboration and this include activities usually teacher engage with that fosters collaboration, the benefits teachers, the direct impacts of collaboration to students, ways how to create... ...
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Teacher accountability
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...Teacher Accountability The issue on the most appropriate evaluation method to use for both teachers and has been contentious in the United States. In an argument by Nathan (2009), there appears to be a common feeling and notion that there should be a change in which academic standards in the United States should be evaluated. The same opinion was shared by George Bush, who during his presidency argued that the way in which students and teachers are evaluated should be changed due to the decrease in the levels of education in the country (Eisenhardt, 1989). This paper will argue in support of the inclusion of classroom activities that include students and teachers performance to measure... for...
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Nursery teacher
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...TEACHER by James Webster 18th October The Role of The Teacher Preschool or Nursery are words that are used in referring to 撤art-time, Center-based Programs With a Focus on Education or Socialization of Young Children(Seifert, 2004). The idea of nurseries dates back to the seventeenth century in Europe and the number of full time child care centers in The United Kingdom now exceeds 11,5000. It is widely publicized by psychologists and other specialized fields of child learning that these early years are the most important learning years of a child痴 life. A childs formative invariably shape the rest of a child痴 being. Therefore, it is fair to say that the Nursery teacher has... THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY...
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EdTPA and Teacher Accountability
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...Teacher Accountability School/Affiliation The edTPA is a modern teacher performance evaluation developed by the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning and Equity (SCALE). It involves obtaining parental consent for video recording and requires an extensive electron selection that includes videos of examinees interacting with K-12 students and written work. APPR is a state governed professional performance evaluation system. It is conducted yearly to evaluate teachers and principals in relation to students’ performance. It was developed by the New York State Board of Regents to improve student learning. edTPA build more on the strong foundations that exist in the state to improve... edTPA and Teacher ...
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New teacher induction
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...TEACHER INDUCTION Introduction The starting in the education process for the teacher requires ongoing support to help the teacher toadapt to the new environment. A teacher requires all the support that they need so that he or she can impart knowledge to the students appropriately there are various programs that are used to ensure that the teacher settles in the school system as fast and as comfortably as possible. Support structures include the administration, a mentor, other teacher and an instructional coach. The administration enables the teacher to have the rules of...
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Teacher Interview (Behavior)
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...teacher found that most behavior problems occurred during transitional periods, such as in the classroom in between lessons. Another example would be when preparing to leave the classroom for related arts or when returning to the classroom from lunch or recess. The most prevalent problems were talking, not following directions and not listening. The classroom management system in place used positive reinforcement and consequences to manage student behavior. When students had regular good behavior, the teacher would give them tickets that they could later exchange for 'prizes' or for extra privileges, such as extra free time. When students were... not on good behavior, they would receive a...
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Second language teacher education
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...teacher education, specifically the influences that led to how teacher education is understood now and how this insight affects our notion of second language teacher education. The essay also touches on the misconceptions between teacher training and teacher development and further explains how mastery of the teaching process should go hand in hand with knowledge of language teaching to make the educator become more effective in imparting instruction. Teacher development is used when an educator studies to teach a second language. Teacher training, on the other hand, is used when it is a non-educator. As a whole, however... Summary The article basically discusses issues regarding second language teacher ...
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Teacher Tenure in California
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...Teacher Tenure in California Policy analysis and court decision The teacher tenure policy that was established by the government of California gained its importance in the year 1921. This form of policy was focused towards implementing provisions for the teachers in this particular region. The court’s decision was that the teachers would gain tenure in the state only after they complete a probationary period of two years. During this particular period of time, if their performance of a teacher is identified as poor then the teacher can be dismissed by the school authority. The decision was even extended that once the teachers become eligible for the tenure they gain security towards... ID Number:...
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Television as Teacher
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...Teacher" Q Sesame Street undermines ideas which school system upholds traditionally. For example, attending school, usually aims at promoting social interaction among human beings, but watching Sesame Street via television is a total private affair (Postman Para.4). In addition, school allows for students to ask questions, develop language, cultivate good public behavior, but television watching does not offer this human privileges. However, in as much as people cannot be limited on the extent of fun which they can have with their televisions, school limits that as it tries to balance a person’s life (Postman Para.4). Q.2 Based on Postman argument, he introduces a new concept... "Television as Teacher" ...
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Teacher/Trainer Intervention
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...TEACHER/TRAINER INTERVENTION HELP THE PARTICIPANT TO BECOME COMPETENT Introduction The aim of this report is to identify the appropriate tactics used by teacher/trainers in order to achieve a better result from the students involved. It is generally argued that sometimes children are god gifted and thereby have the ability to dominate the session/class activities but to my understanding this is false as proper teacher/trainer intervention will make students more competent among their session/classmates therefore the result would be an overall increase in the session/class performance. For this reason we first need to understand the teacher/trainer student relationship and how... HOW DOES APPROPRIATE...
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THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY TEACHER
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...TEACHER by James Webster 18th October The Role of The Teacher Preschool or Nursery are words that are used in referring to ?art-time, Center-based Programs With a Focus on Education or Socialization of Young Children(Seifert, 2004). The idea of nurseries dates back to the seventeenth century in Europe and the number of full time child care centers in The United Kingdom now exceeds 11,5000. It is widely publicized by psychologists and other specialized fields of child learning that these early years are the most important learning years of a child? life. A childs formative invariably shape the rest of a child? being. Therefore, it is fair to say that the Nursery teacher has... ? THE PROFESSIONAL NURSERY...
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I Miss My Teacher
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...teacher was called Miss Gladys. I vividly remember the first day my parents handed me over to her as a new student after my family moved to the city. As a young, timid boy aged nine years, I was scared at the thought of being left in the hands of a towering, deep voiced figure that was Miss Gladys. However, the moment my parents waved goodbye and left, I realized I had to adjust to the new environment. Everything suddenly changed from tense to calm as Miss Gladys smiled, took my hand and led me to class. I was surprised by her kindness. Though her voice was deeper than most females I knew, her words were so polite. She welcomed me and relaxed my nerves. She made sure I had my desk...  My junior school...
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An Effective Teacher
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...teacher may be recognized. Based on personal experience as a student, an effective teacher is first of all one who manages to bring across a type of teaching that strategically enables ease of comprehension among the majority of learners. As a flexible educator, an effective teacher makes it a point to improvise tools or innovate techniques which are sensitive to the needs of each student especially when it comes to targeting personal growth in terms of enhanced potentials and increased level of self-worth. While the quantity of lessons may matter with ample significance at anytime, such an instructor does not afford... There certainly are a number of remarkable attributes by which an effective teacher...
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Teacher as a Learner
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...teachers as learners” is founded on the fundamental notion of education as more than the transmission of information and ideas to s, but the development of students’ intellectual capacities, their thinking, and their reasoning. In this respect, effective teachers must also be effective learners who understand the evolving process of education and are committed to: (1) on-going professional development to improve as professionals; (2) integrating education reform strategies to complement teaching methods; (3) and fostering a cooperative partnership between teachers and students encouraging active learning from both parties. First, teachers have a responsibility both to students... and the...
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Administrator and Teacher Interview
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...Teacher Interview The following is the interview transcription Why did you choose to go into education as a career? Jo Ann Gonzales, Roscoe ISD, Third Grade After a semester in college, I had no idea what I wanted to do educationally or professionally. I knew that I needed an education, but I had no idea as to what career I wanted to pursue. After enrolling at Hardin-Simmons University, I realized what my calling was. A professor noticed that I had many hours in Spanish and asked me if I had ever considered teaching Spanish or bilingual education. I had always loved working with children, as I had worked with children in my high school years, helping them to read... and practice math. And so,...
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Early Childhood Teacher
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...TEACHER What is a Good Early Childhood Teacher in APA Style by University Having a good early childhood teacher is one of the most important things which should be taken into account by schools and parents alike. Being there during the early stages of the child's life, this person will hugely affect the moral, emotional, and intellectual development of children who are under her tutelage. At this very essential stage in a child's life, he or she should be furnished with a good teacher which will enable him or her to reach her full potential. Thus, the ultimate aim of a good early childhood teacher should be to bring out excellence in his or her... Running Head: WHAT IS A GOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER...
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Teacher leadership mentoring
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...teacher formally mentoring Ms. Thomas through support to develop a better understanding of her work, the following plan going to be discussed below will be employed to work on the areas of concern such as classroom management, student engagement, and working with special needs children as well as support for her communication approaches throughout the supervision process. Classroom management is one great aspect that determines the effectiveness of the teacher. Visits to Ms. Thomas’ class revealed that she apparently lacks some classroom management skills where some of her lessons are conducted in a disorderly manner. First and foremost, the best plan for Ms. Thomas is to show that she... As a leading...
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Impact of the teacher
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...teacher Of all the people I have come across, I have noticed that they have had at least one teacher who has made an impact on their lives. This teacher or perhaps one should put this term as an educator has so profoundly shook the world of the student and eventually changed his/her life. In my case, this person is none other than Mrs. Martin. To a stranger, Mrs. Martin would not strike as someone who teaches children having learning differences. In fact one would take her as a companion on the path of understanding, and a mother, who from the moment one entered in her room, found out that he/she was safe from the material world around him/her. This security came in the form... for my own...
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Interview a Teacher Leader
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...Teacher Leader Generally, the quality of a teacher is evident in his/her ability in gaining leadership within the context room instruction. The scope of leadership is wide within the context of teaching because the same is considered as an essential factor of teaching profession. Moreover, the leadership vested upon a teacher is helpful to show dedication towards one’s profession. Thesis statement: The analysis and description on the interview with a high school teacher (Ms. X) proves that, instructional, professional, and organizational level leaderships are helpful to become a successful teacher with leadership quality. Interview The interview (see appendix-1) with the high school... ?Interview a...
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Student Prompts/Teacher Directions
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...teacher direction in s such as science and mathematics is critical especially when developing units of study. Criteria for developing the assignment units are also paramount with learner’s in mind to develop interest and long term objectives. It is also urgent to integrate effective resources and materials for the learner and tutor to enhance knowledge dispensation. This includes implementing a workable unit plan with practical inquiry strategies that help students in problem solving skills (Boyle & Scanlon, 2009). However, despite using modern resources and materials during learning and merging science subjects, it is also important to stress on understanding by learners... Prompts Prompts prompts and...
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NBS Teacher Training
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...teacher. We already know that the quality of teaching is very important but almost, if not as important to this is the presence and high quality of other factors which determine a student's educational experience e.g. state of the art computing work stations, round the clock library with up to date books and academic journals. Presence of these factors greatly influence... New Value Curve: The best way to analyze 'new' value curves of the new NBS is to answer the four basic questions: reduce, eliminate, raise and create. The major elements that NBS has to ascertain are present at their utmost quality and quantities are the requirements of students vis--vis their studies barring the competence of the tea...
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Teacher Perspectives on Play
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...Teacher’s Perspective on Play In the interview, the teacher defined play as an activity which allows children to have fun time and learning both at the same time through cultivation of innovative ideas. She knew that a child was playing when he seemed to have forgotten all worries while concentrating upon the play. She included many outdoor activities as play in the curriculum. Her students usually played pretend play. They would play in the lunch time during a typical day. Overall, they would play for about an hour daily. I observed that the children played in their lunch time. They played pretend kitchen with their lunch boxes. I knew that they were...
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Teacher professional development
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...teachers and students lack the correct resources to train their students. This creates an ambiguity of a mutual symbiotic... This article focuses on the educational system that is embedded currently in Guinea-Bissau, that is a third-world country, which struggles to embed an educational program for its young generation. This program is designed to assist the young developing kids in an unstable environment in which corruption plagues the system. The focal point of this program is to harness the learning of the students by providing them with proper education nurture and nature. Another element of the program is to develop leadership skills for students to explore new avenues of their personalities and...
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Developing the Artisan Teacher
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...TEACHER Outstanding teachers are necessary for promoting learning and performance. Teachers are the most influential beings in a students’ life and thus have the mandate to equip and produce fruitful and productive young people. Education systems both within and abroad are setting professional standards for teachers. Also, highly effective teachers are often sought after because of their impact on student performance and overall the school performance. Thus, it is becoming essential for every school to review their teacher’s teaching practices and motivate them to be better. Life as a School Administrator One of the responsibilities of a school administrator is to provide... DEVELOPING THE ARTISAN...
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An Effective Teacher
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...Teacher There certainly are a number of remarkable attributes by which an effective teacher may be recognized. Based on personal experience as a student, an effective teacher is first of all one who manages to bring across a type of teaching that strategically enables ease of comprehension among the majority of learners. As a flexible educator, an effective teacher makes it a point to improvise tools or innovate techniques which are sensitive to the needs of each student especially when it comes to targeting personal growth in terms of enhanced potentials and increased level of self-worth. While the quantity of lessons may matter with ample significance at anytime, such an instructor... An Effective...
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Teacher as a Learner
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...teachers as learners" is founded on the fundamental notion of education as more than the transmission of information and ideas to s, but the development of students' intellectual capacities, their thinking, and their reasoning. In this respect, effective teachers must also be effective learners who understand the evolving process of education and are committed to: (1) on-going professional development to improve as professionals; (2) integrating education reform strategies to complement teaching methods; (3) and fostering a cooperative partnership between teachers and students encouraging active learning from both parties. First, teachers have a responsibility both to students... The idea of "teachers ...
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Portrait of a Teacher
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...Teacher First and foremost, the principles of democracy in education encompass values that promote freedom, equality, fraternity, justice, sharing responsibility and cooperation in education (Unit 4: Democratic Principles in Education 55-56). In response to the question, in one’s role as a citizen, student and future teacher of this society, the experiences that is seen to be reflective of promoting democratic values and communication in the classroom setting are encouraging students to vote on what to do; being given choices on classroom rules; providing opportunities to express opinions, as well as share stories and experiences; inviting students to speak up and ask questions... ; and even...
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Teacher education in Qatar
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...Teacher education in Qatar. Summary of prosed study The proposed study is an examination of the issues surrounding current TESOL teacher training provision in Qatar. It presents a literature review on the latest developments and issues in TESOL teacher education across the world, and then specifically in Gulf region and Qatar. This literature review highlights the central role of technology in preparing today’s students for further study and for the world of work, and the evident failure of current TESOL teaching across Qatar to integrate this vital skill into English language teaching. A key aim of this study is to find out why TESOL...
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Portrait of a Teacher
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...Teacher As a future educator, one of the most influential aspects of my pedagogy will be to reach my students academically, as well as socially/behaviorally. In far too many classroom settings, students are not experiencing the academic and developmental growth that is needed in order to mature as students. Throughout my personal educational endeavors, I have experienced both ends of the teaching spectrum, and have observed the salient differences which separate strong teachers from their weaker counterparts. From my experiences, noteworthy teaching is an art form; however, this art form must possess certain qualities and pedagogical strategies in order... ?Anthony Education 5 September Portrait of a...
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Teacher Profile Assignment
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...Teacher: Good afternoon to you Interviewer: How have you been in the English teaching career? Teacher: To be sincere, I have actively lectured English for only five years, and in the other years, even though I have been teaching poetry and drama, I never had an innate passion for it. Interviewer: And what geared you towards active teaching of drama and poetry? Teacher: That is a technical question, but I can contemptuously say that the students I taught inspired me. They were more than willing to study poetic drama. Secondly, arts representation also played a major role in shaping my career. Like my students, I also got... Art Representation and its Impacts on Interviewer: Good afternoon sir?...
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ESL teacher Essay
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...teachers in elementary schools could apply to achieve success in English Language Learners (ELL). The key differences between the earliest and subsequent linguistic learning are apparent. First language learning is a natural process that allows children to acquire and extend the linguistic comprehension... to grade the ELL student is the performance-based assessments. In particular, I will ask my students to write at least five English words after the end of each session. Moreover, I will encourage my students to write more words as part of their homework. In the next session, I will correct the individual assignments of my students in order to give them undivided contact. Consequently, a...
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Daniel C. Smith , Teacher
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...teacher. He has served under the board for 20 years. Mr. Daniel telephoned the Bill Gallo show in New York City. He proceeded to enter into a discussion with the host of the show letting him know that he was an English teacher in one of the primary schools in the state. He entered into a discussion with the talk show host about teaching the African history in his class during the black history month. Procedural history The case was authored in the United States Supreme... ? Case Study Constitutional and Administrative Issues Constitutional and administrative issues in the case of Daniel C Smith Facts Daniel C. Smith is an employee of the RidgeMont Township Board of Education. He serves as a high school...
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TEACHER FREEDOMS IN QUESTION
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...teacher versus administration’ conflict cases, this point tends to rule favorably in the interest of teachers, thus strengthening their rightful position and protecting them from any unfavorable discrimination. However, the law also clearly states that teachers should not expect to start expressing personal... and judgmental opinions about any topic; in abusing their academic and association freedoms they should not expect the human rights commandments to protect them. The teachers should be “aware of how legislation affords them protection and security,” and should ensure that their “many responsibilities are balanced by their proper rights” (Berry 2007). Freedom of...
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ADHD and teacher knowledge
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...Teacher Knowledge Introduction and ment of the Problem Since the beginning of time, teachers have held very influential positions in thelives of students. They somehow have the power to make or break a student in terms of his academic performance. There are teachers who rigidly stick to their planned objectives, that disruptions such as a student’s erratic behavior can upset their teaching modes. There are those who, blessed with a broader understanding of child development and psychology, are more considerate of student’s backgrounds and life circumstances and how these affect their learning. The incidences of learning disabilities have increased in recent years. The most common... of...
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In-service teacher training
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...Teacher Training in Angola: New Challenges to Scholarship, Practice and Leadership in the Era of Information Literacy s) s) Author Affiliation(s) E-mail Abstract The application of the concept of information literacy to specific areas of study has become an enormous challenge posed to scholars, professionals and leaders on a worldwide scale. In this essay, the emphasis will fall upon the concept of information literacy as an aiding tool in the process of capacity building of under – qualified primary school teachers in Angola. In this particular context, the scholar/practitioner/ leader model has to be re–dimensioned, according to the specificities of the country. Such an analysis, based... ?In-Service...
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Teacher Contract Negotiations
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...teachers Question Presented Whether teachers hired under substitute contractare entitled to unemployment compensation? Does working over summer classes make a teacher ineligible for the unemployment compensation? How is contract defined? When do teachers become ineligible for unemployment compensation benefit? What are the instances that disqualify a teacher from getting the compensation contract? Brief Answer It depends on the contract and employment status of the substitute teacher. There are conditions that each individual should meet in order to receive unemployment compensation benefit. Each state has different conditions for an individual... ?MEMORANDUM RE: Unemployment compensation for substitute...
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Teacher Performance Assessment
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...Teacher Performance Assessment Case Study 3 Question Guillermo’s and responses depict him as a poor writer and a poor speaker. He has poor oral and writing skills. He also reads English that is two years below his fourth grade level. In addition, Guillermo encounters a lot of difficulty when employing grammar that is correct during speaking or writing. His poor writing and oral communicating skills make him to be socially shy. His poor skills in reading and writing have led to his recognition as an English learner. The majority of his learning problems are found in proper sentence construction during writing and using English words. For example, he uses the words...
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Teacher Faculty meeting
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...Teacher Faculty Meeting Competency and quality of education system is one of the key factors ensuring development of the nation, training of professional of high level that would be able to contribute to well-being of the country. Elementary schools, in their turn, play an important role in education system as they are responsible for forming a firm foundation for further skills and knowledge acquisition in children, giving them a primary set of knowledge. Thus, elementary schooling system has to be well-organized, and teachers should work in cooperation and accord to fulfill their duties properly. Keeping this in mind, I attended a teacher faculty meeting taking place in Jonas Salk... ...
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Technology and the Teacher
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...Teacher. Submitted to, Submitted By, of the Submitted on, [June 3rd, INTRODUCTION The advent of information and Communications Technology has been a life changer for the human race. The present human society is poles apart from what it used to be just a few decades ago. Education is one of the main areas that have been benefitted the most with the everyday advancements in information technology. Modern world has a number of digital tools that can be used by teachers in order to make their lessons more effective. The effectiveness comes mainly owing to the fact that being a new means of study, digital resources pose to be attractive to youngsters and adults alike. With every new... Technology and the...
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Parent/Teacher Focus Group
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...Teacher Focus Group Learners of every age group and type have specific learning needs and requirements and adults are no exception to this characteristic of learning in general. The significance of adult learning strategies may be comprehended in this background, and these strategies are found most useful in shaping comprehensive professional growth plans. This report summarizes the functioning of a parent and teacher focus group about high stakes testing and alternative methods of measuring student performance which I designed. My experience in organizing and leading the focus group helped me to demonstrate my ability to use adult learning strategies. The...
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Comparing Teacher Standards
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...Teacher Standards INTASC NBPTS NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher for Ohio 1 Teachers display knowledge of how learn and of the developmental characteristics of age groups. BK1: Understands how learning occurs--how students construct knowledge, acquire skills, and develop habits of mind--and knows how to use instructional strategies that promote student learning. BK3: Is aware of expected developmental progressions and ranges of individual variation within each domain (physical, social, emotional, moral and cognitive), can identify levels of readiness in learning, and understands how development in any one domain may affect performance in others. BP2: Helps students reflect on prior knowledge... Ohio...
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