Teacher as Professional Practitioner

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Presented at Education Seminar in conjunction of Sabah Teacher Day at MPOA Hall, Lahad Datu Sabah - 1 June 2010

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Teacher as Professional Practitioner

  1. 1. TEACHER Professional Practitioner Dr. Amin Senin Institute of Teacher Education Ministry of Education Malaysia
  2. 2. Mindset Knowing-Doing Gap Expert Judgement
  3. 3. Mindset Unexamined beliefs/assumptions Doing what worked in the past
  4. 4. Primary School = Sekolah Rendah?
  5. 5. Reading?
  6. 6. Teaching & Learning?
  7. 7. Knowing-Doing Gap Talk Substitutes for Action Memory Is a Substitutes for Thinking
  8. 8. “ People in organizations that use memory as a substitute for thinking often do what has always been done without re ecting.
  9. 9. Received Knowledge Experience Knowldege Expert Judgement
  10. 10. “ Teacher has blend knowledge , skill, and appropriate attitude in response to unique situations that require expert judgement.
  11. 11. Points to Ponder Unexamined beliefs Mindset Doing what worked in the past Talk Substitutes for Action Knowing-Doing Gap Memory Is a Substitute for Thinking Expert Judgement Received Knowledge Experience Knowledge
  12. 12. “ Better education, strange as it sounds, is not produced by individual teachers working with one student or one classroom at a time. It is coproduced by teachers and students across the years. Learning is a joint effort of lots of people working together on a given day and cumulatively over time. ~ Fullan, 2010 (All Systems Go)
  13. 13. thankyou Dr. Amin Senin Institute of Teacher Education Ministry of Education Malaysia Email : amin.senin@moe.gov.my Blog : http://alamin99.wordpress.com

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