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Darren Kuropatwa and participants from an international PLP cohort collaboratively worked on a presentation titled : Teaching Well.

Darren Kuropatwa and participants from an international PLP cohort collaboratively worked on a presentation titled : Teaching Well.

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  • Teaching well requires that one be of sound mind and sound values. It does NOT take a village to raise a child - It requires good parenting from a close family point of view - Safety and sense of place and affirmation extends from family -- A good teacher will only reflect upon the sound attribute that a young person brings with them to school. A young mind is does not belong to the teacher to condition or to sour with political agendas - We convey information and also help students to search for and find appropriate solutions for themselves. IT is ridiculous that in such a wonderful country as America which has never been nor ever will be socialist we find so many socialist teachers and politicians. NO the teacher exposes that element for what it is -- destructive. Teachers who fail to do so are cowardly and do not belong in the classroom.
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    • Teaching Well a story of contrasts
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    • ... NOT being the man on the mound ...
    • If you want to build a ship, don't herd people together to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. Antoine-Marie-Roger de Saint-Exupery … ..is like sailing
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    • Sometimes teaching requires one to lead from behind
    • ...by not constructing barriers that stifle.
    • Instilling the motivation to tackle problems…….. … .that sometimes seem unsolvable
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    • ...planting sequoia seedlings. ...planting sequoia seedlings.
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    • A world of colleagues awaits you.
    • Together experienced minds shape the young
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    •           allows you to sip,                  or drink deeply         all by yourself                  or with others     for yourself                    or for others   from the    spring of knowledge       and the       well of learning   http://www.unicef.org.uk/tz/resources/resource_item.asp?id=107 Teaching well 
    • and the ability to envision and reach your dreams.
    • Teaching Well                is a journey, not a destination             
    • Jenny Luca's Slide here
    • Teaching well is helping to make sense of the world                                                   and finding the bigger picture together.       Those that are well taught, then go on to teach others well...
    • Design Credits Slide 1 and 2: Darren Kuropatwa adifference.blogspot.com Slide 3: Jenny Luca http://jennylu.wordpress.com Slide 4: Carey Pohanka http://capohanka.umwblogs.org Slide 5: Derrick Willard [email_address] Slide 6: Susan Carter Morgan Engaging Learners Slide 7: Melanie Hutchinson and Alex Ragone twitter.com/melhutch twitter.com/alexragone   Slide 8: Hiram Cuevas: Leading From Behind   http://cuevash.blogspot.com     Slide 9: Jennifer Clark Evans http://jclarkevans.blogspot.com twitter/jclarkevans   Slide 10:  Chris Carrillo   Slide 11: Adrian Camm http://twitter.com/adrian_camm     Slide 12: Pam Arvanitakis http://pamelarvo.blogspot.com/   Slide 13: Matt Scully http://pdsblogs.org/mattscully   Slide 14: Tania Sheko http://tsheko.wordpress.com     Slide 15: Susanne Nobles http://snobles.blogspot.com/ Slide 16: Bruce Carr   Slide 17: Jake Cohen Slide 18: Paula White   Slide 19:  Allanah King http://allanahk.edublogs.org/   Slide 20: Jenny Luca http://jennylu.wordpress.com   Slide 21: Melanie Hutchinson and Alex Ragone Slide 22: Amanda Ritter
    • Image Credits Title: thirst by flickr user lanier67   Slide 2: Benjamin Zander by flickr user World Economic Forum Slide 3:  Ascolto ... sfocato / Blurred ... hearing   by flickr user FaP;-) Slide 4: Dara Dawson (FA teacher and photographer extraordinaire)   Slide 5: the pitcher by flickr user on2wheelz Slide 6: Uploaded on September 1, 2005 by tiarescott Slide 7:  Big Waves by Tom Clifton   Slide 8:  Slide 9: To Have Nose by roseinthedark Slide 10: Antarctic Cruise, C.Carrillo   Slide 11: Simple Math by flickr user paulhammond Slide 12: Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, taken by P. Arvanitakis,  September, 08 Slide 13: Sequoias by flickr user filmgoerjuan   Slide 14:  I'm the most wanted man on my island by flickr user  .:9:. Slide 15:  GRID by KidsConnect, July 24, 2006 Slide 16: Jim Carr, African trip, 2008 Slide 17:  One (or two) way by flickr user Giorgio Tomassetti Slide 18:  Indonesia: Woman drawing water from a well   Slide 19: Nelson Sunset by Allanah King 23.4.07 Slide 20: Day 108-365 Year 2 by flickrstorm user thp365     Slide 21: http: //www.flickr.com/photos/kathrynaaker/41322000/ Slide 22: Mosaic Lines from Flickr by Genista