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Cushman, Lisa M.
March 2001
Science Scope;Mar2001, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p4
Academic Journal
The article reflects on an assistant principal's conversation with junior high school teachers about their teaching styles in Maine. Each teachers have different teaching styles, but they all share a commitment to education and the students in their classrooms. One teacher shows his passion for teaching and connecting with students through his enthusiasm. Self-discovery and personal growth are the incentives for him to stay on top. Being idealistic keeps another teacher involved. The teachers possess a true desire to work with children, and have the commitment to the school and their students.


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