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    expand and open up a wide range of possible choices and response to meet the needs of all students in a diverse classroom. A reflective practitioner refers to a teacher who actively engages in reflection practices with respect to daily teaching, pedagogy and personal beliefs (Larrivee, 2015). Through critical reflections on their behaviors and professional practices, teachers build confidence in dealing with inevitable dilemmas and tradeoffs involved in daily teaching. They free teaching from…

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    aimlessly staring at your professor while they give their hour and a half long lecture. At the end of it all you wonder “Well what did I get out of this? I just know what I think I need to know.” Here you have two cases in one example. According to The Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire this is a common practice of “the banking concept” in effect. On the other end, according to hooks’s Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom, this is an example of a “passive…

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    an idea stick. Two of those are Emotional, which motivates the target audience to care about the Central Message (Heath, Volpe), and Stories, which motivates the target audience to take action on the central message (Heath, Volpe). In the text, “Pedagogy and political commitment: a comment” by Bell Hooks argues that college english teachers should educate for liberation to allow students to learn to think critically and analytically in order to critique conventional expectations and desires in…

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    My chosen area of mathematics is angles in polygons, due to the visual nature of geometry enabling the students to be engaged and stimulated (Chambers & Timlin, 2013). Not only this, but since geometry is present in our everyday lives, students have a basic grasp of shapes, however, they have not developed a critical understanding of what properties define that shape (Bell et al., 1983). This basic foundation knowledge can also cause difficulty when it comes to teaching and learning as the…

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    resources to teach STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Therefore the need for ongoing training and effective professional training is paramount to ensure confidence and build stronger connections between clear instruction and the pedagogy delivery in the classroom. But we need to make sure the teachers who teach that content, are comfortable with what they need to teach (Vaille,…

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    Billings (2009) sum up effective professional development through eight characteristics: 1. The professional development program is focused on improving student learning by deepening the knowledge and skills of educators in their subject matter and in pedagogy. 2. The professional development program is based on an analysis of student achievement data and learning needs, is coherent with state standards, and complements the instructional program. 3. Professional development is collaborative, is…

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    What is good teaching and what is a good teacher? Teaching is one of the most difficult jobs today. It demands expansive knowledge of subject matter and the curriculum; enthusiasm, a caring attitude, and a love of learning; knowledge of discipline and classroom management techniques; and a desire to make a difference in the lives of young people, where they will be able to make a contribution to society after school days are over. With all these qualities being required, finding good or even…

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    TPACK is described as meaningful, technology-incorporated teaching. TPACK encompasses all three concepts content, technology and pedagogy, not as individual concepts, but as the combination of all three. Rienties, Brouwer & Lygo-Baker (2013) points out that to effectively address students ' needs, teachers need to understand the concepts of content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge…

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    I work constructively with members of a team to achieve a common goal, and have the ability to problem solve and be creative. I have a passion for teaching and ensure that I keep up to date with my subject knowledge, teaching pedagogy and the current issues in education. To maintain being an outstanding practitioner I am of the opinion that I must also remain a learner. In past 3 years I have completed two Masters level courses and successfully passed BSL Level 1. I relish…

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    Differentiation and inclusion play an important role in creating a best-practice learning environment. There is no error-proof way to teach. However given the diverse range of individual needs in today’s classrooms, differentiation is a vital concept to effective teaching. It is imperative that teachers are aware of and are meeting the standards outlined in the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST), QLD code of ethics and other relevant policy-based and legal responsibilities in…

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