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Professional Dialogue Teaching



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  • 1. Appointment Time! An opportunity for professional dialogue.
  • 2. Please spend the next 5 minutes making appointments with 12 of your colleagues.
  • 3. 1:00
    • What do you think education is for?
  • 4. 2:00
    • How do you usually teach?
    • How and when do you change your teaching style?
  • 5. 3:00
    • Where have your professional knowledge, skills, ideas and strategies come from?
    • To whom and where do you go for new ideas or for help?
  • 6. 4:00
    • How can a school celebrate its successes and diversity?
  • 7. 5:00
    • “ It takes a village to raise a child.”
    • What do you see as your responsibility toward colleagues, students and the school?
  • 8. 6:00
    • What personal learning activities have you undertaken in the past 6 months? . . . How were they?
  • 9. 7:00
    • Think of the school(s) that you have worked in.
    • Describe the level of trust that existed in each of the schools?
  • 10. 8:00
    • What can school administrators do to develop trust?
    • What can you do to develop trust?
  • 11. 9:00
    • As a pair, think about the characteristics of a healthy, cohesive and supportive staff.
    • Create a metaphor that describes such an environment. (Be prepared to explain your metaphor to the rest of the staff.)
  • 12. 10:00
    • Think of the kind of school that would get you excited, what would it look like?
  • 13. 11:00
    • When a stranger walks into the school, what do they see? What opinion of the school do they form?
  • 14. 12:00
    • I am going to make Central an even better school than it was last year by . . .