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    provided me with professional constructive feedback on my teaching prior to inspections, proved to be beneficial as it allowed me to perhaps amend my minor faults. There was a consistent flow of sharing of pedagogy, in which he suggested effective methods to me and I informed him of new pedagogies being currently promoted within the University. This level of mentoring was only possible as I felt that I was not too proud in myself to look for help and I did not take the constructive feedback…

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    My pedagogy classes thus have provided several different learning experiences. My most recent learning experience was a close reading assignment that was to be completed in field. However, before I completed this assignment in my field placement, I engaged in one myself in my pedagogy classroom. It was at this point that I was able to see first-hand what a close reading actually is. The purpose of a close reading is to allow the student to “develop a deep understanding of what the author is…

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    Personal Pedagogy Introduction High school is the last tier of stepping up toward adulthood, and if the experience isn’t designed to be worthwhile, many of our youth will unfortunately fall into the category of “blank stares and lost hope.” Many students are at risk of dropping out of high school because they believe that no one actually cares to believe in them. The role of an educator is a person willing to commit to understanding the role of education in the life of adolescents. It takes a…

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    Often times professional development sessions are seen as ineffective by educators because the sessions are missing one, if not more, of the components identified in Figure 1. “The typical organization of schools and teachers’ work allows teachers to work alone, isolated in separate classrooms most of the day. These arrangements provide limited time, and school budgets often provide slim resources for teachers to meet and talk together about how they can improve student learning” (Goldring &…

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    understanding of the current issues in education, the social and policy contexts that education is defined by. Teacher’s should keep up to date with current educational issues and know subject areas, literacy, numeracy and thinking skill strategies, pedagogy, the curriculum and current subject knowledge, this can be achieved through reflective practice, professional development and good communication with their colleagues. Under this heading an awareness…

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    Throughout first grade, students continuously learn more about life, school, friends, and content. In order to be effective, teachers must have an understanding of content knowledge, standards, developmentally appropriate practices, culturally relevant pedagogy, and research-based approaches. In this paper, I will demonstrate my knowledge of how first graders develop and apply literacy strategies and rationalize how I will apply this knowledge to plan an efficient instructional unit that teaches…

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    Why do you want to become a teacher? This question evokes flashbacks of undergraduate education courses or uncomfortable cocktail parties. “To help students reach their full potential.” “To make the world a better place.” “To create change.” All of these are respectable, admirable answers that satisfy casual acquaintances or overworked professors, but educators are rarely asked an important follow-up question: what are you doing to ensure your students reach their potential and change the world…

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    invaluable to my ability to improve my teaching, and I have always received positive feedback from my supervisors. I have also taken the opportunity to mentor pre-service teachers to reflect on my teaching and learning. By helping to develop the pedagogies of student teachers, forcing me to consider what makes me a successful teacher, and their opinion of their observations of me has been a useful tool to help me incorporate new strategies in my…

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    The grow your skills and to gain a better understanding of yourself as a teacher, reflection is essential. Reflection allows teachers, to look back at lessons, weeks, terms or even years and view what went right and what went wrong thus allowing teachers to start to think critically about what is best for them moving forward. Reflection is crucial to the success of a student teacher, as without it they will struggle to grow, recognise their mistakes and adjust their methods in the future. When…

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    mentioned how the journey to becoming a teacher who addresses TPSR begins now. Even though I am a ways away from getting my degree the idea of being a socially and personally responsible person early on will help me understand ways to incorporate the pedagogy into my teachings. TPSR is not a concept exclusively for Phys Ed it is a concept that needs to be preahced by all educators, TPSR turns students into people of our society and…

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