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    Reflect on the respect that teachers have in American society. In your opinion, do teachers enjoy respect? How may Confucius react to the status and prestige of American teachers? To be a teacher in America is not seen as a competitive career as becoming an attorney or a doctor. Neither does it pay well. In many instances is best to move into management if you want a lucrative career. Superintendents earn higher salaries than teachers. In countries like China, teachers are highly regarded professionals

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    Within the six traits of building relationship described in The Skillful Teacher: Acknowledging, Communicating Value, Respect, Demonstrate Fairness, Exhibit Realness, Humor and Fun are all traits that I have practice before with CoaH students. I think the three have used to build my strongest student relationships are Communicating value , respect and exhibit realness. One very strong student relationship that I had during my first two years here at CoaH was with one of my tutorial student Laury

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    For a functional classroom, respect must play a large role. While there are many aspects of respect, three major roles needed are respect of students, respect of teachers, and respect of property. First, in a functional classroom there must be a respect of the students from the teacher. As according to Dr. Seuss, “A person’s a person no matter how small.” By respecting their students, a teacher is more likely to have a positive response in their classroom environment, leading to less classroom issues

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    feelings of others. Disrespect towards teachers specifically, can present as disruptive and confrontational behavior (McNeely, 2017). For example, a student displaying disrespectful behavior may say that they do not care about the lesson, or say that their teacher is stupid. Students may exhibit disrespectful behaviors for several reasons. One of these reasons being that they lack an understanding of respect and have limited experiences with receiving or showing respect (Borba, 2017). It is important to

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    Progress in Educational Reform: RESPECT for Educators As U.S. public education progresses in the 21st century policy makers and educators must consider what is needed for successful reform. President Obama firmly believes that, “the strength of the American economy is inextricably linked to the strength of America’s education system. Now more than ever, the American economy needs a workforce that is skilled, adaptable, creative, and equipped for success in the global marketplace,” (The White House

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    Introduction The cultural environment of a school can speak louder than any words. The culture of the school is the life force that keeps the school moving forward and in the right direction. Keeping the environment and culture of the school up beat and positive can be a hard thing for any administrative team to handle. Imploring the correct administration is a very important step in this process. Finding the right administrators that are going to support, listen and lead the faculty of the school

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    the most important tasks that teachers have as educators is to teach students about the importance of respect. For elementary students, respect can be defined as how a student treats another student or how one feels about another student. It is imperative for students to know that they can have respect for each other, as well as for themselves. Teaching respect at such a young age can be as simple as the teacher modeling what respect is and why it is important to respect one another. By the time students

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    Catholic High School did an amazing job on preparing me for my college experience by having more challenging material than other high schools, having wonderful teachers willing to go the extra mile to assist you, and showing me the importance of having respect. Peninsula Catholic material was quite challenging at times because the teacher and the stuff held us to a higher standard. This help all student understand the importance of planning and staying organized. The

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    down at the floor as the class waits for the teacher’s response. Mrs. Ross asks Teresa and Megan to come with her outside and instructs the class to carry on with the activity. 1. What level of mutual respect exists between students and the teacher in this scenario? How did mutual respect affect the classroom dynamics? How would you improve mutual

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    mutual respect. No matter the age of the student, they know if the teacher respects them or not. If a teacher does not respect the students as individuals and respect their thoughts, opinions, and beliefs, the student will in turn not respect the teacher. As a result there will be little to no learning occurring in this teacher's class. The other characteristic that is important to me is about maintaining professionalism at all times. Teachers are examples

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