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    • ECER Conference Education and Cultural Change 25 August 2010 - Helsinki Rosa Murray Professional Officer (Professional Learning Development) General Teaching Council for Scotland
      • The question of what exactly is an ‘accomplished teacher’ and what are the features and dispositions of such a teacher are at the heart of the Scottish Standard for Chartered Teacher.
      • There is a strong emphasis on values which underpin the Standard and on the leadership qualities and skills expected from and demonstrated by the Chartered Teacher.
      • These include developing and demonstrating both the ability and the disposition to undertake:
      • Critically informed self-evaluation of values, attitudes, knowledge and understanding, skills action and impact;
      • Critical reflection on all aspects of their practice;
      • A critically informed approach to all aspects of their practice;
      • Action research methodologies and related data collection/analysis methods for various purposes;
      • Exploration of their own professional ethics/ dispositions and own learning through self-study;
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      • The questioning and critical analysis of the nature and extent of impact of practice on others, on learners and learning;
      • The generation of rigorous practice-based knowledge about teaching and learning;
      • Leading and supporting change (with a clear understanding of the change process);
      • Participation in and, where appropriate, engendering collaborative practice;
      • Leading and developing innovative practice.