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ED 212 Foundations of Education. Welcome Opening Prayer “Do not then train youth to learn by force and harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each." ~ Plato. Review.

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ED 212 Foundations of Education

WelcomeOpening Prayer“Do not then train youth to learn by force and harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each." ~Plato

review
Review

Syllabus/Assignments

ITEP Certificate Requirements

objectives
Objectives

Content:

  • I will identify and discuss the various stages in a teaching career and the characteristics of each stage.
  • I will identify and discuss the qualities of an effective teacher from different perspectives.
  • I will identify the most recent education reform movement and its impact on teachers.

Language:

  • I will write and discuss what it means to be a

reflective practitioner.

reflective practitioner
Reflective Practitioner

Activity:

  • In your group, take turns reading and retelling pg. 13-14, “What does it mean to be a reflective practitioner?
  • Write About:
    • Each person writes one sentence about what it means to them to be a reflective practitioner.
    • Pass the paper to the left. Write a sentence

that is different from the previous sentence about a

reflective practitioner.

    • Continue till 3-4 sentences have been written.
  • Group Share
teaching stages
Teaching Stages

Beginning (0-3 years)

Learning the essential elements of teachin

More time planning and organizing

Bring new ideas and enthusiasm

Tenured Teacher (5-10 years)

More comfortable in the classroom

Should I pursue more education? Masters, endorsements, etc.

Seasoned Teacher (15+ years)

Mastered classroom routines,

Challenge is keeping up with professional trends and developments

Mentor new teachers, etc.

Discuss & Share

effective teachers
Effective Teachers

Students’ perspective: Punctual, well prepared, willing to help with problems, treats equally, always marks their papers, comments, humor, good relationships, flexible but not very firm, instructions are clear and precise

Parents’ perspective: Proud of the teacher, transferred to the good teachers, trusting, student achievement,

Beginning teachers’ perspective: friendly, flexible in decisions, well prepared, fun, trainings

Seasoned teachers’ perspective: friendly to the students, students remember them,

Professional Perspective (University/Administration): Willing to abide by contract, grow professionally, love the kids, willing to go the extra mile, examples to children, etc. Strong knowledge of curriculum, instructional strategies,

Discuss & Share

educational reform
Educational Reform

Reform:

To change

Education:

What students need to know and be able to do

Instructional Strategies

Assessment

Teacher development and retention

educational reform1
Educational Reform

What does educational reform look like in Kiribati?

How will it effect you as a teacher?

objectives1
Objectives

Content:

  • I will identify and discuss the various stages in a teaching career and the characteristics of each stage.
  • I will identify and discuss the qualities of an effective teacher from different perspectives.
  • I will identify the most recent education reform movement and its impact on teachers.

Language:

  • I will write and discuss what it means to be a

reflective practitioner.

next time
Next Time

Tuesday, 18 Feb. 3:15

  • Assignment: Becoming a Teacher
    • Discuss three things that motivate you to come to work each day (good things about teaching!)
    • Discuss three things about teaching that are hard or can be discouraging.
    • Conclude by comparing the two and giving us your best advice.
    • Hand in a written copy of this speech.
    • You will be sharing this with the class.
      • Grading Rubric:
      • 2 Points - On Time
      • 5 Points - Organization (Introduction, Body, Conclusion)
      • 10 Points - Positive and negative points discussed
      • 3 points - Length (300-500 words)
  • Lesson: Parents, Family and the Community (Miiran, Grace)