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What do teachers do?
duties & responsibilities
• Instruction
• Assessment
• Classroom Management
• other...
Elements of Instruction
• objectives/standards
• focus
• teaching
• guided practice
• closure
• independent practice
teacher
police officer
accountant
bartender
actress
biochemist
EMT
real estate agent
IRS agent
policitian
gardener
IT supp...
• philosophy(s)
• body of knowledge including the art & science of the
practice
• leaders or philosophers
• guidelines for...
• engaged member of profession
• professional behavior
• life long learner
• listener
what teachers make
Favorite
Teacher
Philosophy
•stand on the shoulders of
giants
•read, listen, and reflect
•build your own
•add, subtract, and revise
body of
knowledge
•instructional practices
•assessment
•curriculum
•content
•other’s contents
•professional development
Professional
Development
•content - improve your expertise
•practice - improve your how
•lots to learn locally
•get out of...
find your leaders
• fast horses
• local, national, &
international
• old, new, and in
between
Plato
B.F. Skinner
Jean Piag...
• positive outlook - easy to be critical
• emotional control
• assertive without aggressive
• tactful disagreement (critiq...
Support
• local leaders and
inspiration
• faculty lounge,
lunch, and humor
• wikis, ning, and
blogs
• regional or
national...
examples
http://isenet.ning.com/
http://englishcompanion.ning.com/
#isedchat
finding fuel
podcasts like TED
books
explore outside of your world
make a symphony
other ideas?
where do you find your fue...
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  • take 3 minutes and write down what teachers do? 2 minutes what should teachers do? why do we respond differently to those two questions?
  • allow students to make groups without teacher defining the groups - similar versus different, etc.
  • art and science - surgeons, lawyers, architects,
  • take five minutes - brainstorm your list of the elements of your philosophy
  • anything missing - body of knowledge has to be more that simply content - it includes the art and science of teaching
  • how many animals can you find?
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    1. 1. What do teachers do?
    2. 2. duties & responsibilities • Instruction • Assessment • Classroom Management • other...
    3. 3. Elements of Instruction • objectives/standards • focus • teaching • guided practice • closure • independent practice
    4. 4. teacher police officer accountant bartender actress biochemist EMT real estate agent IRS agent policitian gardener IT support zoo keeper investment broker nutritionist judge
    5. 5. • philosophy(s) • body of knowledge including the art & science of the practice • leaders or philosophers • guidelines for behavior • support organizations teachers are professionals
    6. 6. • engaged member of profession • professional behavior • life long learner • listener
    7. 7. what teachers make
    8. 8. Favorite Teacher
    9. 9. Philosophy •stand on the shoulders of giants •read, listen, and reflect •build your own •add, subtract, and revise
    10. 10. body of knowledge •instructional practices •assessment •curriculum •content •other’s contents •professional development
    11. 11. Professional Development •content - improve your expertise •practice - improve your how •lots to learn locally •get out of town •feed your need
    12. 12. find your leaders • fast horses • local, national, & international • old, new, and in between Plato B.F. Skinner Jean Piaget Jean-Jacques Rousseau Neil Postman Rudolf Steiner Jerome Bruner Sir Ken Robinson rr Ian Jukes Howard Gardner Daniel Pink Maria Montessori Paulo Freire Mr. Beckett Jack Creeden Dr. Chris Dede John Dewey Will Richardson Richard Miller Stephen Hubbell Greg Whitby J Jason Ramsden
    13. 13. • positive outlook - easy to be critical • emotional control • assertive without aggressive • tactful disagreement (critique with solutions) • language - precise, concise, and compelling • respect • supportive & collaborative • self improvement & self-reflective Professional Demeanor
    14. 14. Support • local leaders and inspiration • faculty lounge, lunch, and humor • wikis, ning, and blogs • regional or national groups
    15. 15. examples http://isenet.ning.com/ http://englishcompanion.ning.com/ #isedchat
    16. 16. finding fuel podcasts like TED books explore outside of your world make a symphony other ideas? where do you find your fuel? QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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