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    multitude of teachers. While some teachers are well equipped to do their job, there is a group that can only be described as teachers who hate teaching. Instead of making you feel excited about the subject, they make you dread it. They overload you with busy work, or complain about how we act. They insist on how we will use trigonometry in our everyday lives, and how this information is needed to be successful. Ideas of high GPA and test scores are pounded into our heads. If you don’t make high…

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    immediately jumped to the conclusion that she was a “good kid” and would follow the rules. I viewed her as a role model for the other students since she was exemplifying the behavior the teacher was looking for and rewarding. I equivocated her good grades, not causing trouble, and being compliant with “well behaved” and being a “good” child. I assumed that listening to the teacher and excelling in academics were the only qualifying elements for being “good”. I think I had this initial viewpoint…

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    students with behavioral issues, learning disabilities, problems focusing inside the classroom and other issues. What if teachers could use the same ILP/IEP format to meet every students learning ability regardless of student? The Common Core lesson Plans that are used in the classroom now are just that, "Common". Many students are failing at being successful in school because teachers are teaching 20-3o twenty to thirty students in a classroom, with 20-30 different personalities and different…

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    Teachers who are always tuned in to what is going on have a much better chance of having a controlled classroom. By being able to predict a student’s behavior prior to them acting is key in keeping a class on task and focused. This also helps with lowering the amount of distractions which would take more time to address and solve. By using the four components of being withit, a teacher is able to maintain a balance within the classroom and with the students. Teachers are able to target…

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    Questions asked by the principal and members of the management team: • Why did you apply for this job? • What do you know about this school? • Why did you decide to pursue a career in teaching? • How do you think you can contribute to the school development plan? • How do you think your present colleagues and managers would describe you? I believe that all of these are pertinent questions that should be asked by the principal or the management team. All of these questions will give the…

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    higher academic rank and qualifications then teachers. A teacher educates students from elementary through high school. Although they both educate students, their style of teaching, structuring the class and qualifications are different. They both have a different goal towards their students. As for high school teachers, their goal is for students to be prepared for college and postsecondary professor goals are to prepare us for the real world. Both teacher and professor wants students to…

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    Possibly the biggest factor in my decision to be a teacher was my fifth-grade teacher, Mr. Shaw. He was my teacher at such a critical point in my life. I was 11 years old learning how the world worked and trying to discover who I was. Mr. Shaw quickly became a mentor for all twenty-nine of us in the class and didn’t just teach us math or science but life lessons. I still can imagine his loud voice coming from the back of the classroom as he taught us to be successful in life or how words can…

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    hurt. One parent explained what she went through with her son’s teacher who believed he didn’t belong in her class. The teacher was unable to see his improvements academically and simply believed he shouldn’t be in her classroom. At the end of the year his mother asked the teacher what is something good about him and she didn’t say anything. 2. How do those emotions impact the parent-teacher-child relationship? The parent- teacher- child relationship where the teacher didn’t believe the…

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    bring to class, can ultimately rub off of the student’s and make the classroom a positive experience, and motivate the student to put their full effort in participating in classroom activity and being able to obtain knowledge that they are capable of having. Being an Educator one travels a difficult road. Educators must play a role to being a teacher, counselor, a friend and a motivator as well. Though you are just labeled as a teacher, you are going to have more than one job. I believe that…

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    Teachers will development a number of different relationships throughout their career. All of these relationships will be very important to the dynamics of their profession. The teacher-student relationship, teacher-parent relationship, teacher-administrator relationship, and the teacher-teacher relationship are some of the relationships that teachers will continuously encounter throughout their time as an educator. The values that a teacher has will definitely be reflected in the way they teach…

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