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The Characteristics Of A Good Teacher. Three Categories:. Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency Personal Attributes Professional Attributes . Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency. Knowledge of key concepts. Knowledge of governing curriculum. The teaching of relevant and engaging content.

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three categories
Three Categories:
  • Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency
  • Personal Attributes
  • Professional Attributes
pedagogical knowledge and competency
Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency
  • Knowledge of key concepts.
  • Knowledge of governing curriculum.
  • The teaching of relevant and engaging content.
  • Knowledge of available resources and technologies.
  • Awareness of different learning styles.
  • Awareness of different pedagogical strategies.
pedagogical knowledge and competency continued
Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency(Continued)
  • Encouragement of self-directed learning.
  • Flexible and diverse teaching practice.
  • Building student security and confidence.
  • Challenge student abilities.
  • Clear communication of tasks, goals and expectations.
  • Application of effective classroom management strategies.
personal attributes
Personal Attributes
  • Modelling student respect.
  • Empathic understanding.
  • Nurturing.
  • Passionate about learning.
  • Personally committed to teaching as a vocation.
  • Fair and non-authoritarian.
personal attributes continued
Personal Attributes (continued)
  • Personal authenticity.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.
  • Advanced communication skills.
  • Confident teacher presence.
  • Self-insight and self-control.
professional attributes
Professional Attributes
  • Reflective practice.
  • Time management skills.
  • Evidence based self-correction.
  • Seeks feedback and constructive criticism.
  • Ongoing development of current pedagogical thinking.
professional attributes continued
Professional Attributes (continued)
  • Participation and collaboration with school and wider community.
  • Effective stress management.
  • Appropriate modelling.
  • Responsible behaviour (legal, ethical etc).
  • Appropriate personal presentation.
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References(Continued)

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