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Teaching in a Challenging World

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Brittany Thompson

on 27 January 2015

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Transcript of Teaching in a Challenging World

Today's Teachers
The best and the brightest
Diversity, Pedagogy, and Social Change
Teaching In These Challenging Times
Teachers come from varied backgrounds
Teaching as a Profession
Teaching was seen by some as a semi-profession
Quality Assurance
Different teaching requirements as well as certificates for every state

Education profession is improving through accreditation programs

10 InTASC standards
Improving by Reflecting
Systematic Observation and Reflective Journaling

Performance Assessments and Job Applications

Teacher Preparation Program



Beginning and Developing Your Career
Ch 2. Teaching in a Challenging World
Presented by: Brittany Thompson and Octavia Terry
High societal expectations
One of the most important careers in a democratic society
There are roughly 1 million education related jobs
Many factors influence the number of teachers that a school district needs
Professional standards boards for teaching exist in one fourth of the states
Tests for Certification

Induction Programs

Early Job Search


Authentic assessments
Knowledge about teaching and learning
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