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Classroom Teacher vs. 21st Century School Teacher
Transcript of Classroom Teacher vs. 21st Century School Teacher
21st Century School Teacher:
Is There a Difference?
Public School located in Central Windsor
430 students, 40 staff
JK to Grade 8 French Immersion
Poverty plays a role in some of the students’ lives
Single Parent (41%) and Dual Parent Families (59%)
2 Educational Assistants, Child and Youth Worker and one Learning Support Teacher to support a number of identified students
Beliefs Shape Our Practice
21st Century Learner
In the Classroom:
Making thinking and learning visible
Teachers differentiating their instruction
Meeting the kids where they are at
Determining their strengths and needs
Teaching from a growth mindset
Effective use of time
Strong relationship built with each student
Small group instruction
Using hard data to drive instruction (assessment 'for', 'as' and 'of' learning)
Outside of the Classroom:
Getting involved in extra-curricular
Contributing/participating in Professional Learning Communities
Collaborating with staff
Taking responsibility of all students
Growing professionally by utilizing the professional learning resources in the school
Outside the School:
Getting involved in system initiatives
Making yourself available in order to contribute at a system level
What's in Your Toolbox?
Expectations of Students
Works in isolation
Only responsible for their students
Keeps door closed
Believe that how their students behave in other classrooms is solely the responsibility of the teachers in those rooms (Ron Morrish -- With All Due Respect, p.145)
Believe that supervision outside the classroom is to be avoided unless mandated under the supervision schedule (Ron Morrish -- With All Due Respect, p.145)
Lose the concept of building on top of what the previous teacher accomplished (Ron Morrish -- With All due Respect, p.146)
21st Century School Teacher:
Adapts to change
Collaborates with staff
Supports one another
Reflects on their pedagogy
Makes themselves available before, during and after school
Puts kids first
Takes responsibility for all students
Uses data to drive their instruction
Differentiates their instruction
Provides students with on-going feedback
Communicates with students, staff and parents consistently
Engages students in the learning
Gives students choices
Knows their students interests and learning styles
Incorporates technology into their teaching
Sets high expectations for students and themselves
Creates a positive atmosphere in their classrooms and schools
Believes that all students can achieve given the time and support
Inspires, guides and motivates
Builds relationships with all students
"All the way from Kindergarten through college,
the quality of the teachers determines our perceptions of the school." -- Todd Whitaker -- What Great Teachers Do Differently (p.9)
How Do We Accomplish This?
Stretch Your Thinking
Follow our students learning on Twitter
Ecole Percy P. McCallum
What do I believe is the most important thing in Education?
What are the indicators of a quality relationship between teachers and students?
Dr. James Comer - “No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship”
George Washington Carver - "All learning is understanding relationships"
Stephen Covey - "Seek first to understand, then to be understood."
Ecole Percy P McCallum