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CH 6 Discussion - the College of Education...

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Dr. Heather Coffey Chapter 6:  The Nature of the  Teaching profession
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Agenda Writing into the Day… Discussion of this teacher Special Presentation on Maria Montessori by Katie  Brown What does it take to be a “good” teacher activity and  discussion
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Writing into the day Describe your favorite teacher.  What did he/she look  like, sound like, act like?  What stood out about this  teacher?  What lessons unrelated to content did you  learn from this person? Discussion
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Activity Sorting and categorizing Each team has been given an envelop with a set of  desired behaviors (dispositions) in teachers. Notice the following terms around the room.  These are 
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Unformatted text preview: the College of Education Dispositions—behaviors expected from our teacher education candidates. • With the members of your small group, determine which of the categories your statement (from the envelop) belong to and write down why (in your daybook). • Post each statement under the category you think it matches with the best. Disposition Discussion • College of Education Professional Dispositions • What is this program? • What are the dispositions and what do they mean? • How and when am I assessed? • What do I do as a first year, first semester student interested in teacher education?...
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