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The teaching profession

National Education Association of the United States. Division of Instruction and Professional Development.

The teaching profession

by National Education Association of the United States. Division of Instruction and Professional Development.

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Published by The Association in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Philosophy,
  • Teachers -- United States -- Attitudes

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    Cover title

    Statement[prepared by Instruction and Professional Development and Professional and Organizational Development, National Education Association]
    ContributionsNational Education Association of the United States. Professional and Organizational Development
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14055948M

    is a platform for academics to share research :// The teaching profession has rights and responsibilities much Like any other profession. Keeping in mind that obtaining a teachers license Is a privilege not a right, and maintaining that privilege Is up to the teacher. One way to do this is to become aware of the necessary conditions to become employed and to keep that ://

      Choosing teaching as a profession is a momentous decision. This book will escort you on an exciting journey to discover if it is the right choice for you. Essential Questions for Thinking About Choosing Teaching as Your Profession As you read this chapter about teaching as a profession, keep in mind the following “big idea” questions: “Teaching creates all other professions.” Author Unknown “Teaching is not a lost art (profession), but the regard for it is a lost tradition.” Jacques Barzun We often use the term “profession” in a generic sort of way referring to what is your trade/vocation. Profession

      Reading 21 The Status of Teaching as a Profession Sociologists have also been careful to distinguish professionalization from professionalism. The for-mer refers to the degree to which occupations exhibit the structural or sociological attributes, character-istics, and criteria identified with the professional ://?article=&context=gse_pubs. The teaching profession is honorable, and while you may think that you know exactly what it entails to be a teacher, some teachers have other ideas. Student teaching may help prepare you for the teaching profession you are about to embark upon, but it doesn’t fully teach you everything – there are some things you just have to learn on your own.. Here are seven things to know about the


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