Link the action research process, these results, the research you used to back your decisions and the program and/or course outcomes.7. Candidates apply quality principles of leadership, including skills of effectivecommunication, collaboration, and motivation to shape, change, and improve the learningcommunity
Denton states, “if students do not feel as if they are being threatened or confronted in a negative manner the response from the student is morelikely to be a desirable response of de-escalation” (Denton, 2008). Iused this quote when speaking to teachers in my building about howavoid crisis situations. This project has allowed me to use myknowledge to help other teachers, which in turn helps all students.
What does this artifact demonstrate about you as a teacher? Link what you found to the NBPTS Core Propositions5. Teachers are members of learning communities.
As stated above, I communicated and collaborated with other teachers inmy building to create successful behavior intervention plans for students.These plans were possible because the student interviews allowed me tolearn what is of value to the student. It also allowed me to get inside of the students head and learn the valuable skills necessary so that the crisissituations can be significantly reduced.
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