Chapter 10- What Makes an Effective Teacher?
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One who creates situations that help learn by developing activities that actively involve students in learning rather than just presenting information
Determining how much a student or class has learned or is in the process of learning
Conduct based on moral principles
The "personality" of an organization based on the assumptions, values, standards, behaviors, and actions of people, as well as the tangible signs of an organization.
The official version of an organization's purpose and goals, along with policies and procedures.
The official organizational structure that tells who reports to whom.
Chain of Command
People committed to staying up to date in their knowledge and skills
Taking part in professional organizations, attending seminars and conferences, pursuing an advanced degree, or other activities meant to improve one's professional knowledge and skills.
When there is a discrepancy between verbal and non-verbal messages.
Asking questions and restating ideas to discover the true message of the sender by giving verbal feedback.
One who expresses thoughts, ideas, and feelings in respectful ways.
One whose verbal and nonverbal communication aims to hurt or put other people down in a disrespectful way
One who is unwilling to say what he or she feels, thinks, or desires to avoid conflict.
A neutral person who oversees conflict resolution in order to help each others reach a peaceful settlement.
The process of bringing about an agreement or reconciliation between opponents in a dispute.
What are the five key roles of a teacher?
- 1. Information Provider
- 2. Facilitator
- 3. Planner
- 4. Learning Evaluator
- 5. Role Model
The term professional is used to indicate:
a high degree of skill, competence, and ethics
Three factors that go into building positive relationships are:
- 1. Taking ownership in the relationship
- 2. Be an active listener
- 3. Use assertive communication
Four types of communication skills used by teachers include:
- 1. Speaking
- 2. Writing
- 3. Nonverbal Communication
- 4. Electronic Communication
Why is it important for teachers to be lifelong learners?
To stay up to date on their skills
The seven steps in constructive conflict resolution are:
- 1. Clarify the issue2. Find out what each person wants3. Identify various alternatives4. Decide how to negotiate5. Choose the best alternative6. Solidify the agreement7. Review and renegotiate
What would you like to do?
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