Written in English
|Statement||by Foster Michael Walsh.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 290 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||290|
Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong are award-winning teachers and new teacher advocates. Harry is a native of San Francisco and is arguably the most sought-after motivational speaker in education today having given some presentations to over a million people/5(). Infer the traits from prototypical behaviors observed in highly successful (award winning) teachers However, because the Big Five consists of bipolar personality dimensions The inversion of the hypothesis can be tested by looking at notably unsuccessful teachers. The info on this page (which is excerpted from The Cornerstone book and They have problems as cursing,disobeying school rules,fighting, being rude to teachers and speaking aggressive to each other. There are 12 students who have been identified by the school to be part of program. The principal wants a behavior plan in place, but her. Engages teachers in identifying a plan of action for improving teaching and learning in their classrooms. Expect performance improvement and self-appraise to determine if there is noticeable improvement. Relates professional growth to performance evaluation so that teachers can examine change in performance to inform professional growth needs.
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