Educator builds in daily opportunities to seek student input.
Value student skills, interests and abilities and channel them in academically important ways.
Bridge the academics with students’ culture as a vehicle for learning.
Learning experiences should be student centered and promote student voice and choice.
Take time to listen and individually help students scaffold and understand content.
Data suggested that teacher influence on students can be categorized into five main themes: 1) building relationships; 2) a teacher's passion for their work; (3) mentoring students through modeling; (4) having high expectations of students; and (5) the ways teachers go "above and beyond" in their work. Research findings suggest the importance of growing and nurturing teacher-student relationships.
To earn this micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 and an Exemplary score for Part 2.
Please submit artifacts/evidence that were created while building opportunities for student input (such as links to writing, audio, images, video, or other products), including such items as
Provide a reflection on what you learned using the following questions as guidance (300-word limit):
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