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How to be a GREAT Teacher. written and presented by Leanne Koenigs, Rochelle Davies Ryan Preis, and Tracy Hamar. Why Teach ? . Personal Reasons. Job security Schedule Love of learning. Societal Reasons. Desire to nurture and educate Citizenship Morality . Qualities of

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How to be a GREAT Teacher

written and presented by

Leanne Koenigs, Rochelle Davies

Ryan Preis, and Tracy Hamar


Why Teach?


Personal Reasons

  • Job security

  • Schedule

  • Love of learning


Societal Reasons

  • Desire to nurture and educate

  • Citizenship

  • Morality


Qualities of

a Good Teacher


Interpersonal Qualities

  • Lifelong learner

  • Effective Communicator

  • Flexible


Intrapersonal Qualities

  • Love for students

  • Caring relationships

  • Team player

  • Support and cooperates with colleagues and administrators


Readiness/Educational Qualities

  • Knowledge of Subject Matter

  • Learning centered, student directed teaching


Character and Philosophy

  • Self aware of philosophical biases

  • Logical thinker

  • Upright and morally virtuous

  • Role model


Developing Student Achievement and Citizenship

  • By meeting student needs

  • By inspiring and motivating students

  • By crafting classroom atmosphere

  • By differentiating thinking


Meet student needs

  • Emotional involvement

  • Love – What does legal, cultural/gender appropriate love look like?

  • Learning modality/intelligences

  • Safety

  • Self-awareness

  • Intellectual stimulation


Inspire and Motivate

  • Role modeling

  • Goal setting

  • Communicating confidence

  • Personal sacrifice and involvement

  • Teaching less, with greater depth


Classroom atmosphere

  • Understood and tangible structure

  • Individual and collaborative work

  • Degrees of student chosen and directed learning

  • Love, acceptance, and respect for all persons

  • Regular, multifaceted assessment


Differentiating instruction

  • Differentiated instruction

  • Multiple learning modalities

  • Reflection on value(s) and application of information


How to make a difference in

YOUR

classroom


Reflective Practice

  • Set aside time

  • Practice makes perfect


Creating a learning environment

  • Depth, not breadth

  • Incorporate student choice

  • Individual and cooperative work

  • Consistent discipline

  • Parent involvement


Modeling ethical/moral choices

  • Behavior

  • Individual value


Bibliography

Ellis, Arthur K., (2001). Teaching learning, and assessment together: The reflective classroom. Larchmont, NY: Eye on Education, Inc.

Lints, R. (1993). The Fabric of Theology. Eugene: Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Illustration from http://craftnetwork.tv/2009/04/22/stampin-up-watercolour-pencils/. Edited by T. Hamar.


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