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Teacher's Role

Chapter 1

Extrinsic Rewards Rewards that come from the outside, such as job security and vacations
Intrinsic Rewards Rewards that come from within oneself and personally satisfying for emotional or intellectual reasons
professionalism Trait of an occupation characterized by a specialized body of knowledge with emphasis on autonomy, decision making, reflection, and ethical standards for conduct
assessment The process teachers use to gather data and make decisions about progress in student learning and development
reflection The act of thinking about and analyzing your actions
autonomy The capacity to control one's own professional life
reforms Suggested changes in teaching and teacher preparation intended to increase student learning
curriculum What teachers teach and students learn in schools
standards Statements specifying what students should know or be able to do upon completing an area of study
ethics Sets of moral standards for acceptable professional behavior
Created by: eclumpner05