That headline is a whopper. Most educators do some of the 11 described below superbly and your evaluations reflect it. Most teachers need some improvement in some areas. In an article from Edutopia written by Carrie Lam, she points out 11 ways educators could do self reflection on their teaching practices. While embracing change (below) is not number one, I think Carrie does a great job of outlining what every educator should think about.
. EMBRACES CHANGE.
In life, things don't always go according to plan. This is
particularly true when it comes to teaching. Be flexible and go with the
flow when change occurs. An effective teacher does not complain about
changes when a new principal arrives. They do not feel the need to
mention how good they had it at their last school or with their last
group of students compared to their current circumstances. Instead of
stressing about change, embrace it with both hands and show that you are
capable of hitting every curve ball that comes your way!
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