TEACHER ROLE MODELS

TEACHER ROLE MODELS

Storyboard Description

What makes the ideal teacher

Storyboard Text

  • The fist 3 slides discusses the teacher as a classroom role model. The next three view the teacher in the public and the last couple of slide shows how a teacher would react in the face of adversity.
  • Today were going to discuss certain characteristics that make teachers ideal role models
  • The first characteristic of a teacher is his/her dress code. Presentation says a lot about the individual.
  • Providing one on one counciling allows the student(s) to voice their concerns about what's causing them hurt/pain.
  • What seems to be the problem?
  • As the responsible party, teachers are entrusted with the safety of each student on a daily basis
  • No running and swing on the pole
  • THE TEACHER ROLE MODEL
  • Every teacher has the right to freedom but present yourself in a way that demostrates dignity, professionalism and responsibility.
  • This is a great party!!!!
  • THE DRESS CODE
  • Hello. How has the family been since the unfortunate situation?
  • Every teacher demostrates their communication skills by interacting in the public even if it's just a simple hello.
  • THE COUNCILOR
  • There's your mother over there.
  • THE GUARDIAN
  • Teachers have to monitor the activity of all students at all times.
  • PUBLIC APPERANCE
  • COMMUNICATION
  • SHOWING COMPASHION
  • A teacher becomes the responsible party when trouble exist.
  • BECOMING THE SUPER TEACHER
  • You are mean and ugly
  • What did you say!!!
  • When comfrontation arises, the teacher steps in.
  • STOP!!
  • The teacher has to become theresponsible party for peace.
  • A timeout is recommended at this time. Allow the students to calm down an revisit their thoughts.
  • This is where the councilor tries to understand and council the students on their actions.
  • What happen guys to cause you to revoke against one another.
  • THE FIGHT
  • Thanks for keeping him out of trouble
  • You are welcome
  • Many times parents will voice there appreciation for keeping their child out of trouble.
  • STOPPING THE CONFRONTATION
  • As teachers, we are called upon, in many situations, to be more than your average instructor. Our students look to us for safety and guidance. We are that "hero" they see to come save the day.
  • RECREATION TIME
  • THE END
  • THE COUNCILOR
  • THE PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE
  • CONCLUSION
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