Ineffective Teacher Essays and Term Papers

  • A Study of the Influence of Teacher Effectiveness on Students’ Academic Achievement in Federal Government Colleges in Lagos State

    study As a teacher in the secondary school system in Nigeria for many years, experience has shown that, there are two categories of teachers – the good or effective teachers, and the bad or ineffective teachers’ observable from among teachers in the school system. The effective teachers are perceived...

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  • A Qualitative Investigation Into Critical Incidents Involving Effective and Ineffective Teaching Behaviours and Their Effects on a Child Development

    A qualitative investigation into critical incidents involving effective and ineffective teaching behaviors and their effects on a child development Abstract The rationale of the study is to investigate the usefulness of qualitative research in providing practical knowledge of environmental and...

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  • The ideal teacher

    The Effective vs. Ineffective Teacher What characteristics should a teacher possess? What Makes a Good Teacher? Video – Effective Teacher • An effective teacher can be seen in the following video: Introduction What does being a teacher mean? • Having a vocation for the teaching profession...

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  • Standardized Tests

    States are forced to give their students standardized tests. Standardized tests are multiple choice tests based on a list of state standards that a teacher is required to teach. The state makes schools give these tests to measure student achievement. In most schools, these tests go toward a big percentage...

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  • Leadership

    Highly Ineffective Principals “The Eight Habits of Highly Ineffective Principals”, written by Jody Capelutti and Ken Nye, is an interesting article that discusses some traits and characteristics that are possessed by ineffective administrators. Utilizing interviews of interning principals, people who...

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  • Teacher Development

    agreement in education regarding the purpose of ongoing teacher professional development. It intends to qualitatively and quantitatively extend an educators’ skill set so that they are continually effective in the classroom. Like any other profession teachers must keep their skills sharp and updated as the...

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  • Nclb

    impact academic growth, teacher satisfaction, teacher effort, parent perceptions of the school, and many other stakeholder concerns. The accountability movement has forced FWCS to consider the effectiveness of the principal. An effective principal typically has effective teachers and consistent academic...

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  • Understanding Demonstrative Communication BCOM/275

    methods of expression. Understanding what methods are effective, ineffective, positive and negative and how listening and responding control these aspects is how to use demonstrative communication in a functional manner. Effective & Ineffective Communication Facial expressions are one of the most effective...

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  • Tenure Argument

    time again, Hollywood has presented the power and influence a good teacher can have on the lives of young students. Most of us have had an influential teacher at least once in our lives. Imagine what we could have become if all our teachers had been willing to pull extra weight to help us achieve our full...

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  • Student Level Factors

    that is ineffective. The fact that effective schools have a higher passing rate than that of an ineffective school, the statistics say an effective school has 65.8% passing and 34.2% failing, as opposed to an ineffective school with 34.2% passing and 65.8% failing. Therefore, why are the ineffective schools...

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  • Classroom Management

    gains in academics, social behaviors and personal growth. Both of these tools combined are symbiotic in that they support each other and provide the teacher and students with a way to function together at an optimal level. In the article, “The 'Stained-Glass Window' Theory,” David Hill states: When these...

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  • Teachers Guide

    GUIDE for TEACHERs Building greater skills and knowledge for educators DPAS II Delaware Performance Appraisal System DPAS II T EACHER GUIDE GUIDE FOR TEACHERs DPAS II Delaware Performance Appraisal System Table of Contents I. Introduction to DPAS II Purpose of DPAS...

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  • Eiu Education

    which the teacher chooses students to do various tasks. The teacher has each student’s name on a popsicle stick sitting in a jar. Instead of having to choose students to do certain things, she simply draws from the jar and leaves it to chance. Because of the randomness of the manner, the teacher says she...

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  • Article for Publication

    decades. The purpose of this research is to focus on student achievement in terms of school improvement as it relates to the accountability framework. Teacher today highly attribute to acquiring success amongst the student population. Successful students are at the core of school improvement and accountability...

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  • Bcom Demontrative Paper

    huge in demonstrative communication and truly add another level to communication. The impact can be both positive and negative, or effective and ineffective for either the sender or receiver of the message. Using demonstrative communication should be helping our verbal communication to really grab someone’s...

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  • life

    1. Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. 2. 1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4% of the time. 3. Approximately 160,000 teens skip school every day because of bullying. 4. 17% of American students report being bullied 2 to 3 times a month...

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  • Government Funded Education

    With the tenure the teachers unions make it nearly impossible financially to terminate a teacher for inefficiency on the job. In fact in the state of Illinois it costs roughly 219,000.00 in legal fees to fire a tenured teacher. This makes it cheaper to keep ineffective teachers so the ones being taught...

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  • Teaching Is No Longer Noble Profession

    nation are made to sit for exams to gauge the breadth and depth of their knowledge, teachers have been placed under microscope to ensure that that they are able to enhance student’s performance in examination. Teachers may feel overwhelmed and jaded when society foists upon their lofty expectations. ...

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  • Evaluating Essays

    Evaluating Essays "In my 9th grade English class, I had a teacher that would give out essays without really going into detail about how they should be constructed and what techniques to use when writing it. When I would turn them in, about a week later, she would give them back with writing at...

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  • Demonstrative Communication

    loved one, or even crying at a sad movie. Demonstrative communication can be both effective and ineffective. Effective communication means that the receiver of the message understands, whereas ineffective means that the receiver of the message may be confused or does not understand the message that was...

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