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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 and their relationship with the people they come in contact with. According to McCullough (2008) there is no way a teacher can educate student’s value-less but rather in the framework of what they believe (p.20). Teachers must make sure that…

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    Students and teachers... don 't mix. As inane as it may sound, there 's a disparity between the student-teacher relationship we imagine and what actually goes on in the classroom. I 've never had any issues with my teachers, but in my experience, people I know seem to have issues with theirs. They preach to me that a teacher 's method of lecturing is ineffective and that their declining grade point average is entirely the fault of said teacher. Furthermore, after sitting in prep classes and…

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    Teachers with Guns Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary, Virginia Tech, and Umpqua Community College… All are schools that we know very well, not because their great education or numerous awards but for sad tragic events that have filled our televisions and newspapers far too often. Archbishop Alexander K. Sample released a letter after the Umpqua Community College shooting stating, "Sadly, we live in the midst of culture that does not value the dignity and sacredness of every human…

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    The Assistant Teacher

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    The assistant teacher meandered around the room, observing students. He scolded a student for playing with a string tied to her wrist, but found a solution so that the child could still play game they wanted to. The children played while eating and are scolded by the lead teacher and asked to clean up. The students did not clean up the mess. The lead teacher grabbed a broom and swept up the mess. The lead teacher left the classroom out of ratio. The noise level in the classroom increased. The…

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    Teacher Autobiography

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    and guide me towards the field of teaching. There have been five instructors that have helped me push towards a profession in Secondary History education. My sixth grade teacher, my high school history teacher, my high school principal, and two of my grandparents have introduced me and interested me in the field of education but more specifically in the discipline of history/social science. Along with individuals, school organizations, sports, and 4-H have also played a role in my education.…

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    good idea about teacher want them to students is learning use on lesson in the education for understanding and process for Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). It 's so important to know that is use preparation manual in public schools has development for Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES). Because we can help to the student is learning communities for their teacher, staff and parents will discuss getting a meeting in schools. Make sure to have a relationship with parents…

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    Evaluating Teachers

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    effective tool for evaluating teachers. The evaluation of teachers is a critical component for schools and administrators as these evaluations provide the data for making daily decisions for continued school improvements. School leaders have many responsibilities. One of the most important responsibilities that a school administrator has is the process of evaluating teachers. Evaluations promote improved student learning and the continued professional development of teachers. Danielson…

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    Negative Teachers

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    Personally, I have always thought teachers were inspiring and enthusiastic people, recently I have learned not everyone agrees with this statement. Some believe teachers are extremely positive and overly peppy, others believe teachers are negative people that do not care about their students. I have also learned, a lot of these viewpoints come from the media by over exaggerating a teacher’s role or not giving them enough credit. Teachers in the media are portrayed differently than actual…

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    Teacher Assistant

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    learning, but rather helping students receive the education needed to learn and enjoy. The problem is that nowadays teachers main focus is to make sure that students learn a subject and move on to the next one, but never focus on getting their attention. Donna is a teacher at South Asheboro Middle School teaching all three grade levels. The great thing about Ms.Donna is her teaching skills ,because she shows her passion through…

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    A Passionate Teacher

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    The dictionary describes a teacher as, “a person who teaches or instructs, especially as a profession.” Any world class teacher could tell you that this definition is so simplistic comparatively to their real job and their actual impact they have on students. Teaching requires knowledge about multiple subjects, but to be a world class teacher the factors are much more complex. To be a teacher that truly makes a difference in their students they need to evoke passion in every lesson they execute,…

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