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Exploring the personal and professional lives of teachers in the search for authenticity

by Alison Sutton

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Published by Brock University, Faculty of Education in St. Catharines, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reflective teaching.,
  • Teachers -- Self-rating of.,
  • Teaching -- Psychological aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlison Sutton.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 151 leaves :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23359215M

    Buy Exploring Relational Professionalism in Schools (Studies in Professional Life and Work) by Frelin, Anneli (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Anneli Frelin.   According to a study on professional development, teachers need close to fifty hours of PD in a given area to improve their skills and their students' learning (Darling-Hammond and others, ). While the research on the ineffectiveness of "one-shot" PD continues to pile up, a search is under way for PD that might work.

    Books shelved as professional-teaching: Choice Words: How Our Language Affects Children's Learning by Peter H. Johnston, The Book Whisperer: Awakening th. An education professional writing about leadership, education, authenticity and society The random musings of iesha small An education professional writing about leadership, education, authenticity and society. Search. Main menu. Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Posted in authenticity, life, personal, reflection.

    Trustworthiness. Note: many of the personal values listed above came from a list I received while working with The LeaderShape Institute. Integrity Reports. I use my core values to create my annual Integrity Reports. Writing these reports is a yearly ritual that forces me to think about how I am living out my core values in real life. Exploring teacher identity from a holistic perspective: reconstructing and reconnecting personal and professional selves Emese Bukor Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Correspondence [email protected] by:


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Exploring the personal and professional lives of teachers in the search for authenticity by Alison Sutton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Personal and Authentic would be an amazing book for a book study, or as an "all in one place" resource for educators. I would love to see it getting into the hands of educators just embarking on their teaching journey, so the impact they can have 5/5(53).

Completing the book is a bibliography of resources that teachers have found helpful in their quest for fulfillment. The Teacher Book is a book for all teachers and administrators.

You will find affirmation, inspiration, and encouragement as you search for balance in your personal and professional by: 4. focused, in part, on the interaction between the personal and professional lives of teachers (Blase, ).

This procedure indicated that both data sets were consistent. The influence of professional life factors on teachers' personal lives is reported elsewhere (Blase & Pajak, ).

That report suggested that work. Exploring the Teacher's Professional Knowledge: Constructing Identity and Community A more recent focus on teachers’ lives and personal. Blog. 7 May Designer tips, volume 2: Common color mistakes and the rule; 6 May Create marketing content that resonates with Prezi Video.

Adult language learners have specific learning goals that reflect their lives within a global society, and adults negotiate multiple and changing identities throughout their personal, academic, and professional lives.

Chapters in Authenticity in the Language Classroom and Beyond: Adult Learners highlight how teachers have the ability to transform language instruction from a.

Other chapters portray what teacher professionalism and teachers’ professional lives look like in practice, in the daily working lives of teachers themselves. The movement for teacher professionalism, professional standards and professional self-regulation has become a bandwagon for academic and bureaucratic cheer-leaders who presume to know.

Teacher Education Quarterly, Winter Exploring the Teacher's Professional Knowledge: Constructing Identity and Community By Ivor F. Goodson and Ardra L. Cole But the self, whatever its age, is subject to the usual laws of optics. However peripheral we may be in the lives of others, each of us is always a central point.

The alignment of professional development and teacher evaluation has been a growing concern in teacher professional development practices. The issue of how teacher. Personal, Intellectual and Political Development Chapter Summary CHAPTER SEVEN THEME TWO: CRITICAL INFLUENCES ON TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL LIVES Personal Contexts Becoming A Teacher Turning Points Professional Ideals and Ambitions Practice Settings Some of the key issues in professional life in education are: how does a teacher define him or herself; how does she/he learn as a professional; and what impact current changes and challenges are having on the nature of professional work.

This book will offer a rounded selection of perspectives on professional life, as offered by some of the UK's most. Authenticity in Teaching and Leadership. Carol Wright.

Stephen F. Austin State University. The characteristics of an effective teacher are often the same as an effective leader. In order to be effective, both teachers and leaders must be able to have an influence and make an impact.

Authenticity is. vi Teacher Professional Learning and Development Best Evidence Synthesis Iteration Acknowledgments It would not have been possible to complete this synthesis without the support of many people. To acknowledge some runs the risk of omitting others.

Our apologies in advance to those we have left out. personal and professional life experiences by exploring the complex relationships between beliefs, assumptions, perceptions, and interpretations originating in three language teachers’ educational, professional, and personal experiences that, in turn, shaped the development of their teacher Size: KB.

Adult language learners have specific learning goals that reflect their lives within a global society, and adults negotiate multiple and changing identities throughout their personal, academic, and professional lives.

Chapters in "Authenticity in the Language Classroom and Beyond: Adult Learners" highlight how teachers have the ability to transform language Cited by: 6.

Buy The Unexpected Leader: Exploring the real nature of values, authenticity and moral purpose in education by Iesha Small (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10).

Exploring Teacher Professional Identity in Response to Curriculum Reform and Professional Development: The Teaching Life Stories of Chemistry Teachers By: Gayle Peters. Abstract This study contributes to the existing literature in teacher education on teacher professional.

Teacher research is intentional, systematic inquiry by teachers with the goals of gaining insights into teaching and learning, becom­ing more reflective practitioners, effecting changes in the classroom or school, and improving the lives of children. Teacher research stems from teachers' own questions and seeks practical solutions to issues.

What is Authenticity. Definition of Authenticity: Is related to the degree of similarity between the competences being assessed and the ones required in real/professional life. In this dimension are included four reference criteria contributing to the degree of assessment authenticity: similarity, complexity, adequacyadequacy, and significance.

Authenticity is highly valued: On the whole, we don’t like or trust people who come across as phony and false. Not surprisingly, we avoid such people. We were also curious how they used stories to relate to others. Herminia Ibarra, HBR’s writer, says that “Authenticity has become a gold standard for leadership.” Then she notes that a simplistic understanding of what authenticity means can leave many leaders feeling like their lives, both personal and professional, are under a microscope.This study examined the core and the peripheral elements of teachers’ professional identity.

Data were collected from 80 teachers using a Statements Test and a Q-sort distribution. They were analyzed using the six-domain O*NET® Content Model [1].Cited by: 7.Seeking out the gift of authenticity: Heather Smith argues that developments in youth work are undermining authentic relationship. She suggests that if we do prize relationships over targets and do truly care about the people we encounter, it is possible to take personal responsibility to seek out the gift of authenticity.