6 edition of 55 Teaching Dilemmas found in the catalog.
September 30, 2005
by Pembroke Publishers
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The most successful teachers draw on their personal power—their confidence, compassion, and empathy, and their professional power—their ability to lead, instruct, and inspire their students to do their best.
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Get this from a library. 55 teaching dilemmas: ten powerful solutions to almost any classroom challenge. [Kathy Paterson] -- "With practice, any teacher can develop the skills they need to conquer almost any classroom challenge.
This essential resource offers a host of "top ten" lists of practical ideas to help teachers. This book is like having a trusted mentor close at hand when you need it.
The 55 dilemmas are grouped under 11 main categories: Caring for Others, Inner Strength, Diligence, Personal Preservation, Organization, Teaching Strategies, Communication, Classroom. (shelved 5 times as moral-dilemmas) avg rating — 1, ratings — published In literature, dilemmas form the central conflict many protagonists encounter.
Many people face all kinds of dilemmas in life, and the choice they make can have long-lasting impacts. Sometimes these dilemmas have even caused changes in society and history. Common dilemmas include: classic, ethical, and moral.
The book presents six detailed case studies of common educational dilemmas, each accompanied by commentaries of varying viewpoints.
Written by a range of practitioners — from classroom teachers to district leaders to African American Studies professors to philosophers — these commentaries each dissect the cases differently, introducing new.
Analysis of the ethical dilemmas. Teaching is termed as a noble profession because it requires more than professional training. An ethical dilemma presents issues that non-teachers cannot easily categorize as either wrong or immoral.
Moral virtues are the first of the ethical dilemmas. Teaching with Passion Practising Humility. Leadership. Tutoring Students Effectively Handling Supervision Well Teaching Students Responsibility Counselling Carefully Leading Extracurricular Activities --Afterword.
Series Title: Canadian Publishers Collection: Other Titles: Fifty-five teaching dilemmas. 55 Teaching Dilemmas Paperback – Sept. 1 by Kathy Paterson (Author, Contributor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Stedman, Theodore Boon. Published in: Cambridge Journal of Education, 38 (4),pp. Teaching, learning and ethical dilemmas: Lessons from Albert Camus. Peter Roberts. University of Canterbury. Over the past half century, Albert Camus’ story ‘The Guest’ has attracted a great deal of scholarly.
55 References. Download citation. There are now numerous books and papers dealing with It has been suggested that if student teachers formally reflect on teaching dilemmas they confront.
The Dilemmas of the "Professional" Teacher"and the effective teacher becomes the efficient trainer of techniques for achieving exam success." According to some books about teaching, we are supposed to be able to engage learners and keep them on task every lesson, document every learning moment, form judgments about their learning as.
The Moral Dilemmas of Teaching: Small Moments that Matter Anna Richert, PhD Octo pm CERAS Anna Richert is the Edward Hohfeld Professor of Education and Faculty Director of the Mills Teacher Scholars at Mills College in Oakland, California.
A Way of Dealing with Moral Dilemmas 1. What is the situation. What makes it a moral dilemma. What values are involved in the dilemma. Who is involved and who will be affected by the decision.
How will they react. How does the context affect the ethics in this case. What are the possible solutions. A Superman complex is an unhealthy sense of responsibility, or the belief that everyone else lacks the capacity to successfully perform one or more tasks.
Such a person may feel a constant need to "save" others and, in the process, takes on more work on their own. The expression seems to have been first been used by Dr.
Fredric Wertham in his book Seduction of the Innocent and his. Ethical Dilemma. An ethical dilemma arises when a person is forced to decide between two morally sound options, but they may conflict with the established boundaries of a business, a governmental agency, or the law.
Some ethical dilemmas may involve following the truth versus being loyal to a friend; following the laws or rules versus having compassion for an individual’s plight; and. Teaching morals through games is more apt to hold your child's attention than a lecture on the difference between right and wrong.
Discussing hypothetical moral dilemmas can help your child prepare and rehearse how to best handle such situations in real life. He told the inspirational story of how he had developed and implemented a set of 55 essential rules for success in his classroom.
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