Has positive relationship with students in the class and outside the classroom (at lunch and recess etc.)
Assumes a social responsibility for their students.
Works well in group situations and contributes positively to others.
Speak to others like they are of worth and build a relationship that is equal.
Inclusive of everyone.
Always willing to help.
There general attitude.
Genuine interest and care for their surrounding (people and the relationships).
Upholds their moral and ethical values throughout all their relationships.
Reflective and Committed Learner
Evaluating what they are doing, through asking.
For Whom? or Who is advantaged/disadvantaged?, that that they are questioning the moral and ethical implications of their practice. This third level of reflection is often known as ‘critical reflection
Finds ways to improve their self.
Seeks possible new opportunities for oneself and their career.
Know how to engage their student and if their teaching style is lacking will improve and learn to benefit their students in the long run.
Working with colleagues to improve classroom environment and teaching practices.
Sharing idea, providing feedback.
Know what to do and when to do it.
Does not need to be asked.
Confident in their knowledge and what they are doing.