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Characteristics of an Effective Educator

My thoughts about the characteristics of an effective educator come from my experience of being a student in school and also from my experience teaching algebra and calculus courses in a summer school program. 188 more words

Effective Teacher

Expert Educators

Thinking back to my high school years, I recall several teachers who stood out as exceptional. They, as Hattie (2003) mentions, were all very context bound. 268 more words


Nature vs Nurture

The nature versus nurture debate addresses the distinguishing factors of human development. Most intellectuals agree that either inherited genetics, surrounding environments, or combinations of the aforementioned are determinants in human maturity. 312 more words


Internship Seminar: Reflection on E1

This quarter’s internship seminar EDU6139 prepared me for becoming a professionally informed, growth-center teacher. Guidance through the application process, sharing ways to understand the path towards certification, and reflecting on teacher evaluation criteria better prepared me for the professional aspects of teaching. 503 more words


Characteristics of an Effective Educator

The decision to become an educator is not simply to pursue a career; it is the pursuit of a vocation and calling. Effective educators understand this, and feel called towards a vocation in which they must demonstrate leadership, competence, a commitment to service, excellent communication skills, as well as strong personal character and capacity for empathy. 365 more words

Effective Educator

EDU 6173: Action Research for Better Practices

Principle of HOPE: E1- Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice.
Teacher candidates develop reflective, collaborative, professional growth-centered practices through regularly evaluating the effects of his/her teaching through feedback and reflection. 612 more words

Principle Of HOPE