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Jane Ogden

also learned that students learn better if they are having fun and can relate to what is being taught so I made my lectures lively and full of real life examples. My first full time post was also at a Polytechnic and again I was determined to keep my students awake and to help them see the reality of

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Andy Adcroft

a passion for art and literature, but do they study business because they want to get a job? Is the choice they make because they are not sure what they want to do with their life, and it keeps some options open? Are these issues peculiar to business and management? Every discipline thinks it

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The New Roles for Twenty-First-Century Teachers

Facilitator, Knowledge Broker, and Pedagogical Weaver

Wing On Lee and Jennifer Pei-Ling Tan

Life and Career Skills Living in the World Acting Autonomously   7. Flexibility and adaptability 8. Initiative and self-direction 9. Social and cross cultural skills 10. Productivity and accountability 11. Leadership and responsibility 8. Citizenship (local and global) 9. Life and career

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Edited by Holly J. Thornton

actions ( Ritchhart, 2001 ). In order to begin to understand how dispositions affect teaching, we need to have a lens through which to view them in the life of the classroom, where impactful decisions are made. This is where Dispositions in Action (DIA) come into play. Dispositions in Action help us

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Edited by Holly J. Thornton

, skilled, and motivated, but if they are working, interacting, or living with other people they need to know how to do that skillfully. We need to reexamine how we define intelligence. An essential part of intelligence is often neglected unless teachers are disposed to address it, namely emotional

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Hillary

Teaching Is a Lifestyle

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Cleveland Hayes, Kenneth Fasching-Varner, Hillary Eisworth and Kimberly White-Smith

. I have learned how to inspire and motivate my kids. There have been days where I have had parents come to me and say, “You are a difference maker. Thank you for everything that you do for my child.” How can you ever be ashamed of a profession with that kind of reward? Teaching does alter your life

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Cecilia

Wisdom Is Earned through Experience

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Cleveland Hayes, Kenneth Fasching-Varner, Hillary Eisworth and Kimberly White-Smith

areas I have studied. My students have told me that they like attending my classes. I find teaching meaningful, especially, when students become motivated to succeed in my class and gain a hope for their future. Rather than facilitating only teacher-centered instruction, I seek to motivate by giving

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V. Williams Kamala and Ogletree Quinita

underprepared and report concerns, reservations, apprehensions, and anxiety about working with students living in poverty ( Milner & Laughter, 2015 ). Teachers can benefit from knowing about access to quality healthcare, schools, and foods (food deserts) when school communities are located in a low-income area

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Mary E. Styslinger, Nicole Walker, Angela Byrd and Kayla Hostetler

text, self, others, society, and foster those skills necessary for living successfully within a democracy. At a time proliferate with “alternative facts” and the daily re-tweeting of history, there is a need to re-visit this prophetic canonical text. Since the last presidential inauguration, sales

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Lauren and Patricia

An Elementary Prison

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Cleveland Hayes, Kenneth Fasching-Varner, Hillary Eisworth and Kimberly White-Smith

, so much so, that we subconsciously became self-motivated individuals. We noticed from day one that there was a major distinction between our elementary experiences and these students.’ There seems to be a lack of motivation in many of the home lives of the students, and if this isn’t bad enough, in