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Sunday, May 2, 2010

as a teacher,
  • I present the same lessons in the same manner that I have used in the past;
  • I seek no feedback from my students;
  • I do not analyse and evaluate their work in a manner that changes my own emphasis, repertoire, and timing;
  • I do not visit or observe other adults as they teach;
  • I do not share the share the work of my students with colleagues for feedback, suggestions and critiques;
  • I do not visit other schools or attend particular workshops or seminars or read professional literature on aspects of my teaching;
  • I do not welcome visitors with experience and expertise to observe and provide feedback to me on my classroom practice;
  • I have no yearly individualised professional development plan focused on classroom changes to improve student learning;and finally,
  • I have no systemic evaluation of my teaching tied to individual, grade/department and school wide goals,


I have absolutely no way to

become better as a teacher.

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