Thursday, December 14, 2006

What kind of educator are you?


Here is something for teachers to ponder. Click on the image for a larger view.

Source: TeachingHacks.com

Via: Random Ramblings


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9 comments:

Ian Lidster said...

Hey, Deb. From when I was a teacher, everything on the positive side, OK? But seriously, I hope I acted as a facilitator of knowledge more than anything else. The others on that side applied in varying degrees.
Interesting.
Ian

Deb S. said...

Ian: My impression of you is that facilitating comes natural to you. I bet you were a great teacher!

Cecilia said...

If I were one, I'd love to be like Kathy Small (early intervention specialist) --- I had the wonderful opportunity to observe her class and how she interacts with her students. So giving, so patient, and so open.

My warmest wishes to you, Deb. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I wish you a merry set of holidays and warm cheers for the new year.

Deb S. said...

Cecilia: Kathy sounds like a wonderful teacher. I'm glad you had a chance to experience her instructional techniques firsthand.

Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday and a fabulous new year!

Tubby said...

Nice list of educator qualities for the collaborater type of educator. Mind you I'm prejudiced for I always had problems with the isolater types of educators.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

lol
Tubby

Rose said...

I am not an educator but if I were I would be a collaborator.

Deb S. said...

Tubby: I don't care for isolator types, either. :-) Have a wonderful Christmas, my friend.

Rose: I don't think anyone would equate the word "isolator" with you. :-) Wishing you the best this holiday season.

rama said...

Hullo, thanks for this very useful resource. Best, rama

Deb S. said...

Rama: I'm glad you find it useful. (((Hugs)))