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HIED Professional dispositions workshop Dr. Allen Guidry Assistant Professor, HIED

Join Dr. Allen Guidry, Assistant Professor at East Carolina University's Teacher Education Program, for a workshop on professional dispositions. Learn about the Dispositions Survey and the importance of professional demeanor, commitment, and interactions. Improve your teaching skills and enhance your professional growth.

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HIED Professional dispositions workshop Dr. Allen Guidry Assistant Professor, HIED

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  1. HIED Professional dispositions workshop Dr. Allen Guidry Assistant Professor, HIED

  2. East Carolina University’s Teacher Education Program

  3. Dispositions Survey - Procedures • Form A is completed early in the teacher education experience • Form B is completed by the clinical teacher during the first part (Senior I) of the internship • Form C is completed by the university supervisor at the close of the internship (Senior II)

  4. The Survey • Three areas • Professional Demeanor • Professional Commitment • Professional Interactions

  5. Professional Demeanor The Candidate: • demonstrates adherence to standards of professional ethics. • wears professional attire for teachers when in a school setting. • demonstrates reliability by performing assigned tasks or duties on time without prompting. • displays a positive attitude toward teaching and interactions with students and families.

  6. Professional Demeanor (cont.) The Candidate: • responds to frustration and stress with poise and seeks positive outlets for emotions. • demonstrates resourcefulness, initiative, and independence. • accepts responsibility for successes and mistakes and seeks solutions to problems .

  7. Professional Commitment • establishes an environment of respect for diversity in professional relationships and through culturally responsive teaching. • respects students as valued individuals by focusing professional decision-making upon student needs rather than personal preference. • thinks critically; perceiving multiple sides of an issue or problem in order to develop creative solutions and make appropriate decisions. • solicits suggestions and feedback and seeks opportunities for professional growth.

  8. Professional Commitment (cont.) The candidate: • responds positively to constructive criticism and suggestions by integrating professional feedback into practice. • examines critically his/her perspective, experiences, and effectiveness and reflects on ways to improve student performance • persists in seeking new and more effective teaching strategies to help all children achieve success.

  9. Professional Interactions The candidate: • listens and responds thoughtfully to the ideas and perspectives of others. • demonstrates diplomacy, tact and sensitivity toward the feelings and opinions of others. • demonstrates awareness of impact of own words/ actions on students by monitoring and adjusting personal behavior accordingly.

  10. Professional Interactions The candidate: • shares ideas and materials willingly and contributes actively to positive group functioning. • articulates ideas clearly and comfortably in conversation, discussion or presentation, demonstrating conventions of standard spoken English and awareness of audience. • articulates ideas clearly and coherently in writing demonstrating conventions of standard written English and awareness of audience.

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