STANDARDS OF PRACTICE for the TEACHING PROFESSION

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STANDARDS OF PRACTICE for the TEACHING PROFESSION by Mind Map: STANDARDS OF PRACTICE for the TEACHING PROFESSION

1. Reflecting on student development, learning theory, curriculum, ethics, related policies, and educational research

2. TRUST

3. Ethical Standards

4. INTEGRITY

5. CARE

6. RESPECT

7. Dedicating time to reading articles, newspapers, and books that expand your mind and make you think

8. Can increase pay grade and open new teaching opporuntites

9. Participating in PD days, enrolling in AQ and BAQ courses, shawoding other classrooms, and learning new skills

10. Teachers promote and participate in the creation of collaborative, safe, and supportive learning communities

11. https://www.oct.ca/members/know-your-college/your-connections

12. www.Quizlet.com

13. https://classroom.google.com

14. www.kahoot.com

15. Online Communities

16. www.teacherspayteachers.com

17. Teachers have shared responsibilities and leadership roles in promoting student success

18. "It takes a village to raise a child"

19. Connecting, sharing, and interacting with other teachers/mentors

20. Keeping current and trained on the resources and technology available

21. Teachers should have ongoing inquiry, dialogue and reflection

22. Allow students to show their learning in a variety of ways, i.e. visually, textually, video, acting, etc.

23. Continually be a role model by sharing your thinking and presenting good behaviour. Also, sho bad behaviour and have students reflect on what you are doing/not doing

24. Promoting choice and access to model fairness and equity in the classroom

25. Choose a variety of texts

26. Differentiated instruction

27. "Education for All"- Document that emphasizes that equitable education is a right for all children

28. Professional Knowledge

29. Professional Practice

30. Leadership in Learning Communities

31. Ongoing Professional Development

32. Commitment to Pupils and their Learning

33. Schedule 1-on-1 meetings to check in

34. Conduct regular student surveys to discover preference, experiences, and desires

35. Apply professional knowledge and experience to promote student learning