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The Effective Teacher

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Ron Riley

on 9 December 2013

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Transcript of The Effective Teacher

An effective teacher is...
...passionate, dedicated, and enthusiastic.
love for teaching
care and support for students
believe in success for all students
proud of student achievement
will go the extra mile
...a life-long learner.
learn from metacognition
learn from teaching
learn from students
show a great desire to grow as a teacher
....a professional.
excellent content knowledge
effective planning
self-assessment and reflection
communicates with staff and parents
...a positive leader.
builds relationships
sets obtainable goals
positively influences students
reinforce and encourage
...a constructive communicator.
clear and concise communication
uses non-verbal cues
models a rich use of language
equity of communication between all students
...an excellent classroom manager.
manage and organizing the classroom
create a positive and productive learning environment
have high academic and behavioral expectations
stress discipline, instruction, and motivation.
...a facilitator.
guiding students curiosity and interest
serving as a source of help and advice
letting students to navigate their own learning
promoting students' self-regulation
...creative.
applying different teaching strategies and techniques
using new teaching materials
integrating new technologies into teaching
...an entertainer.
active student engagement
makes learning interesting and fun
uses appropriate humor to create a positive learning environment
...one who uses best practices.
Hutton, J. (2012). Top ten qualities of those teaching special education. Retrieved from http://www.alleducationschools.com/education-careers/special-education/teaching-special-education
engage students in active learning
set high, meaningful expectations
provide regular, timely feedback
be aware of values and beliefs
present real-world applications
understand the value of assessments
Sources
Google images. (2013). Retrieved from http://images.google.com/
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(Hutton, 2012)
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Success within the classroom
(Hutton, 2012)
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Thompson, S., Greer, G., & Greer, B. (2012). Highly qualified for successful teaching: what every teacher should possess. Retrieved from http://www.usca.edu/essays/vol102004/thompson.pdf
personal
humor
admits mistakes
forgiving
fair
respectful
high expectations
compassionate
belonging
thoughtful
informed
informed
state of the art
rigor
relevance
relationships
engaging
prompt
professional
(Hutton, 2012)
(Google images, 2013)
(Google images, 2013)
passionate
caring
leader
positive
creative
facilitator
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