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    The Finland School System

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    a new curriculum and established public school system. Prior to this, there school systems were the same systems the Russians had in place, and most children had stopped going to school by the age of six. Then in 1979 they made it mandatory that teachers have a master’s degree before they start teaching and that they have to go to one of eight designated teaching schools in the country. In 2006 Finland placed number one in science against fifty six other countries, and since then they have only…

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    everything they want, but has a loving family will be one of the happiest kids you will meet. Lastly, teachers really…

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    Standardized testing is often scrutinized by teachers instead of being looked at in a positive manner. There are many ways to utilize such a test. The best possible way would be to teach to the test. It not only benefits the original reason standardized tests are in place, it also provides a backbone for what to teach. It allows you to stay within professional boundaries and also allows the teacher to teach to their liking with what material is provided. A process such as this would help with…

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    Describe School Culture

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    different ways of looking at things, educational programs, and directives for teachers. While developing an educational culture of school of improvement, teacher expectations have changed several times. Before school improvement about eleven or twelve years ago, teachers would instruct their classes the best they knew how then go home. There was only one formal teacher observation done by a school administrator for veteran teachers and two formal…

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    1: Building Positive Teacher-Student Relationships Section 1. Summarise the content of the responses given by the students Every teacher wants to be a good teacher, but how to become a good teacher is a question that teachers need to find the answers. The good answers may come from students. I, therefore, set up a conversation with a group of students comprising three girls and two boys who are at about 14 years old in order to get the advices on how to be their best teacher. It is interesting…

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    Freire goes in depth on what he calls the Banking Concept of Education. The thesis of the Banking Concept is “The contents, whether values or empirical dimensions of reality, tend in the process of being narrated to become lifeless and petrified.” I agree with Freire because school should not be about just memorization. Education needs to be a healthy relationship between pupil and teacher. Freire goes into detail about how the students are the containers and the teachers are the fillers.…

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    I feel good about school because I have good grades in all my classes. What shaped my high school experience was shaped by my teachers and my friends. My high school experience is good so far because I made friends that are good friends to me and they help me when I need it. Elementary school was good for me because I did not know much English. All my teachers and friends helped me to speak English. When I first came in the class I know some of the words the teacher and the students were…

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    later publish books, and make a strong professional association. He states, “One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.” This quote tells students that they should be motivated to accept the teachers for who they are, the way they teach, and the style they use to make their teaching…

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    What is the importance of having good art teachers throughout high schools? Having a good art teacher can determine if a high school student goes to college or not. In the other hand a bad teacher can impact the overall interest of a student in specific subjects. Schools need to focus on hiring creative teachers that can improve the overall performance of the students, instead of employing teachers that affect a student’s success. What kind of inspiration does an art teacher needs to have in…

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    Game Teaching Case Study

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    teaching Game teaching is a kind of auxiliary means in order to realize the teaching goal, which suggests that not every class should design a game. Now the English classrooms focus on the fast pace and large capacity, only with precious 40 minutes, so teachers can’t causally spent limited time on the games. 4.1 The design of the game content and rules In some cases, teaching game is completely equivalent to the general game, which does not have auxiliary teaching effect. There exist such…

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