Teachers Know Their Mission Transcends the Cognitive Development of Their Students · Teachers are devoted to preparing students for a successful future. · Teachers recognize that failure is a part of the learning process. · Teachers create environments in which learners are comfortable taking risks. · Teachers increase engagement and motivation by providing them with options from which to choose, fostering their ownership in learning, and setting high expectations. · Students understand that questioning and goal setting are integral aspects of the learning process. · Teachers help students recognize the effect that their actions have outside the classroom and develop civic responsibility and digital citizenship. “Curricula and instructional programs should be designed with a focus on clear learning goals along with assessments to measure students’ progress toward and attainment of the goals.” - Education for Life and Work: Developing Transferrable Knowledge and Skills in the 21st Century. Sources “Cognitive Skills - The 8 Core Cognitive Capacities.” C8 Sciences, 2018, www.c8sciences.com/about/8ccc. “Our Philosophy.” ICLE | The Rigor Relevance Framework, 2018, www.leadered.com. “Piaget Stages of Development: What Are They and How Are They Used?” Healthline, Healthline Media, www.healthline.com. For a full explanation of how accomplished teachers are committed to their students and their learning ,read chapter one of What Teachers Should Know and Be Able to Do published by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. (http://accomplishedteacher.org). Our Partners: Authors: Crystal Folger-Hawks & Ashley Montgomery Layout & Design: Debra Coram Troxell

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