Role Teachers Play in a Students Development and preparing them for the real World

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1. Sociological

1.1. every indiviudal comes from varied backgrounds created a different approach/ aspect to learning

1.2. by being specific this in inquiry process it develops the outlook on life and the sociologic outlook

1.3. managament of issues

1.4. positive outlook on learning/teaching results in positive outlook on real world situations

1.5. hard work yields results - school, society

1.6. collaboration - working together in school builds relationships in and outside the class

1.7. taking on responsibilities - learning to function under pressure

1.8. adapting, being flexible in difficult sitautions

1.9. what is and isn't socially acceptable in situations

1.10. learning how to building/form supports - getting through situations in and outside of school

2. Philosophical

2.1. teaching constructive criticism - how to successfully give feedback and receive it - pursing personal bests

2.2. teaching appropriate behaviour in a variety of circumstances/situations

2.3. exploring learning and knowledge - forming a unique/ personal opinion

2.4. understanding how students think and learn best - how they'll be the most successful in school and the real world

2.5. learning is a life long endeaver

2.6. building an environment to critically think using your mind and heart

2.7. reflect why want to know something

2.8. inquiry is part of the journey

2.9. spiral effect of lifelong learning

2.10. teaching stress management techniques

3. Historical

3.1. Coloroso style of teaching - positivity in the classroom

3.2. evolution of technology - how to stay up to date and effectively use a variety of resources

3.3. the evolution of attitudes and beliefs towards teaching, knowledge and learning

3.4. indiviudal past effects how one learns

3.5. require one to reflect on past journey/history

4. Holubitsky, J. (2002, Feb 01). A day in the life ..Edmonton Journal.

5. Anuik, J. (2012). “What and why do I want to know?”: Locating the spirit in a first-year inquiry class. Antistasis, 2(1), 1-4.

6. http://teaching.monster.com/careers/articles/9638-what-its-really-like-to-be-an-elementary-school-teacher

6.1. Ewasiuk, S. (2012). NO ONE TELLS YOU THAT...my life as A first-year teacher. ATA Magazine, 92(4), 15.

7. Ewasiuk, S. (2012). NO ONE TELLS YOU THAT...my life as A first-year teacher. ATA Magazine, 92(4), 15.

8. Ewasiuk, K. (2012). What DO I do all day? ATA Magazine, 92(4), 14.