No Series: Making Good Teachers Great: Shaping Teacher Identity

Making Good Teachers Great: Shaping Teacher Identity

Lesson Objective: Learn how understanding your teacher identity can positively impact student success.
Webinar / Professional Learning / Coaching
56 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. What are some words that help describe your identity?
  2. What life lesson did your favorite teacher teach you?
  3. Do you agree that literacy is the foundation of all learning? Why or why not?

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Honestyand integrity

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Thought Starters

1. Some words that describe my identity are: Creative, Loyal, Friendly, Ambituous, Honest, Reliable, Confident, Enthusiastic, Responsable.

2. When I was in high school my favorite teacher Ms. DeSantos taught me that learning anything and everything with a passion,  it would be a advantage to me as a person. She would always say the "Sky has No Limits."

3. Yes,  litercy is one of the main foundations of learning. Literacy opens awareness, knowledge, vocabulary and comprehension to children, especially if it is introduced at a young age.

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words to describe me as a person are  Athletic, Encourager, Compassionate, Empathetic, and easy-going. 

one of the life lessons I've learned was being properly educated is very important because "a fool with a tool is still a fool". 

I do agree with literacy is the foundation of all learning because we use it on a daily basis, and without implementing literacy first as a foundation in teaching, it will be harder to develop learning properly for young students. 

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The word that can best describe me is Encourager, Compasionate, Empathetic, Bubbly to assist.

Life has tought me that all can be learned, nothing is impossible.

I do agree that literacy is the foundation of all learning. Literacy improves communities ways of life. Reading and writing is the light that guides the path of "knowing" and "discovering". All learned material enrich the person, will never be the same.

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Compassionate, earthly, funny, relatable , and understanding. 

The life lesson that I can remember was to keep trying even when its hard.

Yes, literacy is the foundation of all learning. Reading and comprehending is essential and is implemented in every aspect of an individuals life . 

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