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|Canby, Henry S. A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary. |
- Carruthers, Thomas First he wrought, and afterward he taught. - Chaucer,
Geoffrey A teacher who is not dogmatic is simply a teacher who is not teaching.
|In addition, many individual teachers have sufficient independence in outlook |
and life style to provide a sense of alternatives to the individual child. Indeed ... A
teacher who is not dogmatic is simply a teacher who is not teaching."10 The ...
|Education is not a thing like theology, it is not an inferior or superior thing; it is not |
a thing in the same category of terms. Theology and education are ... A teacher
who is not dogmatic is simply a teacher who is not teaching. V AN EVIL CRY The
|CHAPTER 8 The Next Generation A teacher who is not dogmatic is simply a |
teacher who is not teaching. G. K. Chesterton, What's wrong with the World 8.1
Haeckel's students, Gegenbaur's school So Haeckel stayed at Jena. Like
|simply that the religious education teachings of a religious teacher are more |
interesting, and more based on personal experience. "Yes, I think that the teacher
should be religious, und thus know about religion not only from books, so that he
can impart the subject in a more ... Under this category one also finds statements
like: "not discriminate", "not be dogmatic", "be open", "accept other opinions", "be
|If the dogmatic route is taken, there is simply no point to discussion – at least, not |
serious discussion. ... They will, therefore, rightly expect that their teacher gives
an answer to the question of why they should believe what he is teaching them.
Don Ambrose, IBM Professor of Psychology and Education Robert J Sternberg, PhD, Robert J. Sternberg - 2012 - Preview - More editions
|survey of teachers, parents, and students, found that creativity was not consid- |
ered to be important; there was a high ... classrooms—in other words, as they
argue, “Some teachers simply seem to reward creativity more than others do” (p.
|Instead of protesting, the teacher set about acquiring devices which would give |
the desired results with the minimum of effort on the part ... It was simply a
question of getting the better of the supervisor. ... There was no place where I
could get twenty new words with so little expenditure of time and effort as in the
dictionary. ... Conduct meant individual freedom and not blind adherence to
|Interestingly results showed that highly dogmatic teachers were more inclined |
towards the prejudicial pattern than less dogmatic ... According to O'Connell,
Dusek, and Wheeler (1974), simply telling teachers that a student performs well
is not ...
|One potential pitfall of a principled approach to teacher education is that these |
principles may become rhetoric, a sort of jargon that marks users as in-group ...
Thus, we do not simply teach our preservice teachers a list of principles for them
to memorize and regurgitate in examinations. ... The peril also exists that
beginning teachers may interpret our principles as dogma to be followed without