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|Mark described professional competence in two ways. "The ability to do the job |
correctly and the ability to say, "I don't know how to do this" and not feel
inadequate." Later on Mark added, "If I don't know what I'm doing and I need
somebody to ...
|Teachers in the United States and England Talk about Standards, Practice, and |
Professionalism John Sylvester Lofty ... Do all teachers have the feeling from time
to time when they allow themselves to think about it that they are really just ...
That they don't in fact have a clue about what they are doing, and everybody
thinks they are doing fine? I certainly feel at this point that I do in fact know a lot
more than when I started, but I also feel that there is this tremendous amount I
|What do I do''' Like Stella, youth workers often find themselves in situations where |
their professional or organizational ... was, initially, whether they should preserve
that veneer, erring on the side of their professional obligations when doing so ...
|You go with the intention to do that kind of thing [have sex], you don't go with the |
intention of doing work. ... kind of safety, so that they could go overboard onthe
flirting,knowing that nothing could happen at the end of theday and thatwascool.
|Before we get to the next chapter, where you'll be moving into the active process |
of pitching, it's time for a recap of what ... Of course there's a big difference
between knowing that this is the case, and feeling like a professional when you
approach an editor. ... View it as an acting role if you must, but never apologise
for contacting an editor, or act like they're doing you a favour by looking over your
|This is the pain of knowing that something is the matter, but not knowing what is |
the matter. Something is demanding my attention - something that splits my
immediate experience, but I do not know what it is. Out of the wholeness of my
|Many models attempt to explain the role of reflection in learning and some relate |
these directly to teacher education (for example, Van Manen 1977; Schoen 1987;
... These suggest that there are various stages of professional competence that
are achieved through reflection. ... It can feel like you are fumbling around in the
dark or that you are blindly following ways of doing things without knowing why.
|I've always admired you for your professionalism, the way you are with kids, the |
way you can relate to some of the older kids, the ones a lot of your coworkers
have already ... I love knowing that some of the people I see here eventually go
on to live stronger, better, happier lives and that I had some small part in it. ... On
days like that, I wonder if I'll have the strength to keep doing this — and then, I go