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The life and work of teachers

international perspectives in changing times
  • 285 Pages
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Falmer Press , London, New York
Teachers., Teaching., Educational ch
Statementedited by Christopher Day ... [et al.].
ContributionsDay, Christopher, ACP.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1775 .L45 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 285 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL43132M
ISBN 100750709456, 0750709448
LC Control Number99036838

The book sheds much-needed light on the effects of mandated change upon school leaders and teachers, both nationally and internationally. It also demonstrates how teachers have coped or flourished, both because and in spite of the changing circumstances they work under.

Read more Read less click to open popover. But although books and articles instnicting teachers on how they should behave are legion, empirical studies of teaching work — and the outlook of those who staff the schools — remain rare.

The Life and Work of Teachers. In: Biddle B.J., Good T.L., Goodson I.F. (eds) International Handbook of Teachers and Teaching.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, 99 pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Investigating the life and work of teachers --The use of life histories in the study of teaching --A guide to life history interviews --Using life story data: storylines, scripts and social context --A professional life in reforming times --Telling tales out of school.

About this book The Good Life of Teaching extends the recent revival of virtue ethics to professional ethics and the philosophy of teaching. It connects long-standing philosophical questions about work and human growth to questions about teacher motivation, identity, and development.

It probes not only teachers' everyday lives, but also the ways in which they negotiate the pitfalls of professional development and the different life and work "scenarios" that challenge their sense of identity, well-being and effectiveness[book cover].

This work seeks to broaden the focus of teacher educa tion and development, to include the social and political, the contextual and the collective.

A major aspiration of life history studies is to broaden the focus of work with teachers. Such work might take the ‘teacher-as-researcher’ and ‘action research’ modes as valuable entry.

Being a teacher requires significant work outside of work. Typically a teacher will have at least one small assignment to grade on a daily basis (that can sometimes equate to + paragraphs or math problems, etc.). Obviously, this has to go home with the teacher. An English teacher can have this, plus essays and other lengthy assignments.

'This is one of the best books ever written about the working lives of teachers. It draws not only on the science in the field but also on the real life experiences of the teachers themselves--on their joys of teaching, on the stresses and strains of their job and the impact on theses on their working and personal lives.

Teachers' Professional Lives This book takes the discussion of teacher professionalism off the academic and bureaucratic bandwagon and lodges it firmly within the working lives and realities of teachers themselves. It is essential reading for anyone concerned with teaching, teachers' work, and the struggle for greater professionalism in teaching.

1 day ago  Although many parents understood and appreciated this truth prior to the COVID pandemic, the experience of the past several months has even further underscored the worth of teachers.

As a result, calls for increased teacher pay have escalated in tweets, op-eds and even celebrity interviews. This text provides a discussion of the meaning of teacher professionalism and how it can be improved. Distinguishing between six different models of meaning of professionalism, it takes an.

Description: A must read for new teachers and seasoned practitioners, this unique book presents Sonia Nieto and Alicia López, mother and daughter writing about the trajectories, vision, and values that brought them to teaching, including the ups and downs they have experienced and the reasons why they have stubbornly remained in one of the oldest, most difficult, and most rewarding of professions.

Preschool Teachers’ Lives and Work focuses on preschool teachers as people, what they do, and how they are affected by what they do.

Highly politicized and hotly debated, preschool today is increasingly focused on comparatively narrow views of school readiness and academic outcomes which are generally in opposition to the broader view of readiness proposed by NAEYC. The work and lives of teachers have always been subject to external influenceas those who are nearing the end of their careers will attest, but it is arguable that what is new over the last two decades is the pace, complexity, and intensity of change as governments have responded to the shrinking world of economic competitiveness and social migration by measuring progress against their position in international league tables.

McDaniels’ life and work as the curator of African American collections at the Rose, followed by a video remembrance that lyrically touches on his many talents and gifts, and then a discussion of his legacy and impact on multiple communities with current and former members of the Emory community who worked closely with Dr.

McDaniels and were deeply informed by his vision and generosity. This volume explores the contemporary situation of teachers' careers and teachers' lives in the context of falling roles, educational cuts and government demands for fundamental change in educational processes.

There has to be a point where you prioritize that work-life balance. So leave the work at work and focus on your family, yourself, your friends, and your hobbies. Read a good book, go for a family walk, take a vacation, have dinner with a friend, go to the gym, take a yoga class, go shopping, or schedule a date night.

Junie B. Jones (Book #4) Sneaky Peeky Spying. Junie B. Jones is spying on her teacher at the grocery store. She sees her teacher eating grapes and worries that her teacher could get in trouble for stealing.

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Magic Tree House #1 Dinosaurs Before Dark. Jack and Annie find a tree house full of books. How to Be a Good Teacher - Articles from The School of Life, formally The Book of Life, a gathering of the best ideas around wisdom and emotional intelligence.

In theory, we respect teachers. But being a teacher isn’t glamorous. Work. Businesses are places. quotes from Maria Montessori: 'Imagination does not become great until human beings, given the courage and the strength, use it to create.', 'Our care of the child should be governed, not by the desire to make him learn things, but by the endeavor always to keep burning within him that light which is called intelligence.', and 'It is not enough for the teacher to love the child.

There are two expeditions within the Ocean Life online student activity. As you plan your lessons, you may wish to print out any reading assignment pages and staple them into a book for individual students. Some sections that work well as printed reading are the field sites and field reports.

Click on these links to access a wealth of resources for teachers and students based on Life. Customizing Life to your course hours.

Give students a close-up look at the first stages of an apple tree's life cycle by sprouting apple seeds in the classroom.

Ask students to save seeds from apples they eat. Give each student a few apple seeds, a resealable plastic bag (use a permanent marker to write each.

Gwinnett County students are set to start the year virtually next week, but teachers are required to work from their classrooms. The district announced plans Tuesday to phase students back in on. 13 hours ago  In full disclosure, I work for a teachers’ union. Educators, children, nurses, and doctors did not stand by idly while many Americans were suffering and dying.

the life of my teacher (paperback) “Though written in the traditional style of a Tibetan spiritual biography (or rnam thar), this particular biography of the great senior tutor of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Kyabje Ling Rinpoche, is unique in many respects.

Work-Life Balance for Teachers. Decem by Melissa Wu Partner, Client Team. Teaching is demanding—and teaching well can be really demanding. So it’s no wonder that teachers, and especially great teachers, are often tired around this time of year that long stretch of December before the respite of winter break.

A Day in the Life of a Teacher I hear the sound of my alarm clock at am. Time to get up. I wish it was Saturday, no school. No, I'm not a child, nor a student, but a teacher. You don't think we enjoy everyday at work, do you. That's rubbish.

Let me continue with my story of a day in the life of a teacher. May 7, - Explore carolbilling's board "Teachers: Balancing the Demands of Life", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Life, Teacher, Work life balance pins. Life Elementary A2 Teacher’s Book Mr Dragony Septem 2-Pdf embed, Coaching, Flyer - A2, High school, KET - A2, Listening, National Geographic, Reading & Writing, Secondary school, Speaking, Vocabulary No Comments.First, keep in mind I am a teacher in the U.S.A., so I can only speak to my experience.

To begin, the initial things that come to mind when I read your question are rewarding, hard, exhausting. Being a teacher is a profession that very much become.The Life Cycle of the Teacher Editors’ Note: This paper draws in part on data from an ESRC funded project on teachers’ careers, directed by Peter Woods.

Measor’s paper, in this volume, also arises from the work of that project.