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Introduction to Ed, Chapter 2, Caprice Paduano
 

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    Introduction to Ed, Chapter 2, Caprice Paduano Introduction to Ed, Chapter 2, Caprice Paduano Presentation Transcript

    • Caprice Paduano Chapter 2Today’s Teachers
    • 1. Who are today’s teachers?2. What do teachers do in the classroom?3. What knowledge do today’s teachers need?4. To what extent is teaching a full profession?5. To what professional organizations do teachers belong?6. How do teachers participate in their learning communities?7. How do teachers participate in teacher collaboration? 2-2
    • Teaching is the largest profession inthe US•3.5 million teachers in U.S., not includingspecial ed. teachers•Majority of teachers are Caucasian &femalePre – K Teachers (Early Childhood) • Teach Birth – age 8.Elementary Teachers • Teach 1st Grade – 6th. • May team teach or teach multi-age classes 2-3
    • Middle School Teachers •Teach 6th – 9th •specialized subjectsHigh School Teachers•Teach 9th–12th t•teach in specialized content areas  4 – 5 courses w/in single content area 2-4
    • • Private School Teachers• Charter School Teachers• Alternative School Teachers• Magnet School Teachers• Specialized Teachers 2-5
    • • Art Teachers• Music Teachers• Vocational Teachers• Physical Education Teachers• Special Education Teachers• English Language Learners Teachers 2-6
    • • Teach • assign tasks, assess, praise, encourage and lecture• Serve as Role Model• Serve as Problem Solver• Serve as Reflective Thinker 2-7
    • • Knowledge of Self• Knowledge of Students• Knowledge of Subject• Knowledge of How to Use Educational Theory and Research• Knowledge of How to Integrate Technology Into Teaching• Reflection and Problem Solving - • Knowledge of just one of the previous categories is not enough for teaching • Reflection and Problem Solving will guide you in how to use your knowledge 2-8
    • Characteristics of the Profession•Institutional Monopoly of Services•Teacher Autonomy•Years of Education and Training•Providing an Essential Service•Degree of Self Governance•Professional Associations•Professional Knowledge and Skills•Public Trust•Prestige, Benefits, and Pay 2-9
    • • National Education Association (NEA)• American Federation of Teachers (AFT)• National Education Association Federation of Teachers (NEAFT) Partnership• Other Professional Organizations • Phi Delta Kappa • ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development) • Specific Subject Areas 2-10
    • Learning Community• students, parents, staff and administrators working together for the benefit of student success.•Relationships with Students•Relationships with Colleagues & Staff•Relationships with Administrators•Relationships with Parents or Guardians•Community Relations 2-11
    • Collaboration meaningful authentic relationships among professionalsCollaboration should:•Be voluntary•Have parity•Have a shared goal•Have shared responsibility•Have shared accountability•Has shared resources•Have decision making, trust, and respect 2-12
    • Four Expressions•Peer Coaching•Staff Development•Team Teaching•Co-Teaching 2-13