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Unformatted text preview: Finally, chapter one gives the four stages of a teacher. In stage 1fantasythe teacher believes if he can relate to the students as a friend and have fun he will be successful. Stage 2survivaldescribes the teacher that relies on busy work and ineffective practices to fill class time. They dont care if the students learn or not. Stage 3masteryis represented by teachers that know how to successfully use effective practices, effectively manage a classroom, and have high expectations for the students. The teacher believes he is an important part of the learning process. Stage 4impactis the teachers that make a difference in their students lives and students come back years later to thank the teacher for affecting that change. When the teacher reaches this level he truly is a teacher....
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2008 for the course EDU 427 taught by Professor Waynecarroll during the Spring '07 term at Lewis-Clark.
- Spring '07