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Emerging Teaching Philosophy

by Amber Nyland

Pages 4 and 5 of 12

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Self Reflective
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Just as teachers self reflect, students should also be self reflecting so they can improve upon areas that they are having difficulty with, and can ask for help when they need it.
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Want the students to also be able to build onto their areas of growth.
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Recognize "Busywork"
- Get rid of things you don't need in the classroom that are not working
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Examples in the classroom
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Teacher:
- helps her identify strengths and weaknesses in the lesson plan

-Asks the class what they would want to do/see in the classroom
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Students:
- Have workbooks to jot stuff down in

- Write goals
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Evidence from Education 290
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Follow the 1 in 4 rule
- Give specific feedback on only 1 in every 4 assignments the student does
-Let the student self assess their own work
-Online documents make responding easier
-Ask students to show them their "best work" and see what they present to you
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