No Series: Love and Order: How to Achieve Your Dream Job

Love and Order: How to Achieve Your Dream Job

Lesson Objective: Achieve your dream job by sharing your passion with students
All Grades / All Subjects / Passion

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. What role do both love and order play in creating a positive environment for both teachers and students?
  2. How do clear expectations and predictability build trust?
  3. Why is it important to share your love for teaching with students?

6 Comments

  • Private message to Marlene Garcia

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  • Private message to Wanda Debrewer
The powerful stuff behind teaching from love, is when your student's parents come to understand just how much you love the best they have to offer this world...their children. Whether I communicate this through a face-to-face conference, phone call, email, note home, or chat at an after school event, I make sure that parents know just how important their children are to me.
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  • Private message to Karen "Kay" Butler
I tell my students that I love them often . . . unfortunately, for some students, that may be the only time they hear someone telling them that on a given day. That thought makes me sad. I let them know that I care about them and want them to be safe when they leave my classroom so that they will be able to return the next time we meet. I've come to realize the importance of teaching them how to love, how to be respectful, and how to truly care for and about one another - that is NOT an easy task in my 7th grade classes! 7th graders can sometimes be so cruel to one another . . . but with proper guidance and encouragement, they learn to be nice and at least a little more respectful of one another's feelings. Thanks for this touching reminder.
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  • Private message to Robert Coles
The role that both love and order play in creating a positive environment for both teachers and students is one of communicating to students a sense of pride and excitement about education in hopes of encouraging that same sense of pride and excitement in the students about the learning process. The goal is to make students take ownership of their own learning.clear Having clear expectations and predictability builds trust in the classroom because students can feel secure that there will be no surprises, and students understand exactly what is expected of them. This makes it fun to come to class and builds a bond of trust between students and teacher. Sharing my love for teaching helps the student see that I enjoy and take pride in what I do, and hopefully helps the student see the importance in taking pride in what they do. In our classroom, I try and introduce every new lesson with the phrase; "This is going to be fun", and end new lessons with the phrase; "Don't you just love it". I want them to understand that I enjoy what I'm doing and hope they will too.
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  • Private message to Judith Guerra
Her students must love being in her class! It's so true that students know when a teacher likes what he/she is doing. Beginning the day with a warm welcome and a warm smile brings hope to a new day and that in itself provides a sense of security. If students feel their teacher loves what he/she is doing and loves his/her students, they, in turn, will respect the teacher and class. They will eventually learn to respect eachother. Hence the "love-fest".
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1500 Derby Street
Berkeley CA 94703
Population: 512

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