Description Based in Orland Hills, Illinois, the Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic Elementary School is an educational institution that not only instills academic excellence, but also imparts religious teachings and values. Having state of the art equipment, this catholic elementary school caters to children from the following churches:
Undergraduate Philosophy and Guiding Principles Our candidates will become educational leaders who are caring teachers, competent educators and collaborative professional leaders C3TEP. These guiding principles and beliefs reflect the ideals we hold for ourselves, our candidates, and the students and communities with whom they will work.
Caring Teachers Build respectful relationships for all students Create communities of learners Support and encourage successful learning Honor and respond to differences Utilize knowledge of human development Competent Educators Design, plan, implement and evaluate instruction Use best practices for instruction and assessment Know content and strategies for integration Communicate clearly and effectively Solve problems creatively and constructively Use the tools of a changing world Collaborative Professional Leaders Collaborate effectively with families, communities and colleagues Practice reflective, self-directed, life-long learning Demonstrate a commitment to ethical and legal responsibilities Contribute to and lead in diverse societies Essential Goals and Purposes Our essential goals and purposes are embodied in the Maine Common Core Teaching Standards and our candidate diversity expectations.
Within the context of our programs, candidates are evaluated based on important knowledge, skills and dispositions articulated in each of these standards and expectations.
Diversity Expectations Candidates will: Examine personal experiences, beliefs, and biases and determine implications for professional practice. Demonstrate commitment to developing learning environments and experiences where all students learn about, understand and respect diversity.
Demonstrate knowledge about the ways individual and group differences impact students, families, communities, and society and identify implications of these differences for professional practice. Plan instruction, assessment, and learning environments to address the needs and differences of individuals and groups.
Access information about the student, family, learning environment, community, and societal factors that may impact student learning and use that knowledge to equitably improve the conditions for learning.
Standard 2 Learning Differences The teacher uses understanding of individual differences and diverse cultures and communities to ensure inclusive learning environments that allow each learner to reach his or her full potential.
Standard 3 Learning Environments The teacher works with learners to create environments that support individual and collaborative learning, encouraging positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self motivation. Content Standard 4 Content Knowledge The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline s he or she teaches and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of the discipline accessible and meaningful for learners.
Standard 7 Planning for Instruction The teacher draws upon knowledge of content areas, cross-disciplinary skills, learners, the community and pedagogy to plan instruction that supports every student in meeting rigorous learning goals.
Standard 8 Instructional Strategies The teacher understands and uses a variety of instructional strategies to encourage learners to develop deep understanding of content areas and their connections, and to build skills to access and appropriately apply information.
Standard 10 Collaboration The teacher seeks appropriate leadership roles and opportunities to take responsibility for student learning, to collaborate with learners, families, colleagues, other school professionals, and community members to ensure learner growth, and to advance the profession.11 April – 28 June Curator: Zona Wilkinson.
Marella: The Hidden Mission was a multi-faceted exhibition, education and public events project that examined a particular story in the shameful history of the policies and practice of the removal of generations of Aboriginal children – the Marella Aboriginal Mission Farm (operating in Western Sydney from to ).
Download our mobile App. This app is designed for school superintendents, central office staff, principals, teachers, policy-makers, business and community leaders, parents and more. By looking at four key aspects of your personal and professional life, teacher and guest writer shares how Catholic school teachers can create their own personal mission statement to support their work in Catholic education.
Personal Mission Statements Home» My personal mission, which I intend to carry-out in my career, is to contribute toward the goal of global education with emphasis on promoting understanding of the relationship between humanity and the natural world.
The challenge of educating the masses of humanity is daunting, but I have great faith in. Sometimes mission statements are bad.
Teacher mission statement is basically a clear declaration of a teacher’s teaching principles, techniques and approach with respect to one’s field of study and in adherence to the capacity of the faculty position one wishes to hold in an institution. 5 Simple Steps to Write a Professional Mission Statement. Professional Development It would only make sense for teachers to have a mission for their work. A mission is like a philosophy, but a mission is very short, under 30 words. This makes it easy to remember and uphold. Teachers as leaders in their classroom need continued motivation. Mission Statement. The multi-ethnic community, parents, business partners, administrators, students, and staff work together to create an academic, physical, emothional, social, and safe environment where everyone can learn and respect one another.
Sometimes they are really bad. And sometimes they are just awful. Take a look at these nonprofit mission statements. My Professional Mission Statement. My mission as a Kindergarten teacher is to motivate, inspire, encourage, and support students by providing a safe, secure and loving environment to educate them socially, emotionally, and cognitively so they can continue to build a foundation for life-long learning.
Teachers should provide opportunities.