Foundations of Professional Practice
1. Commitment to Students and Student Learning:
Treat students equitably and with respect and be sensitive to factors that influence individual learning (using videos, hands-on activities, demonstrations, group work, student oral presentation, individual computer work, SMART Board and PowerPoint)
2. Professional Knowledge:
Strive to be current in their professional knowledge and recognize its relationship to practice (preparing beforehand and learning various current applications of magnetic fields such as rail guns, maglev trains, RFIDs, and particle accelerators)
3. Professional Practice:
The Jeopardy template, videos, simulations and other assignments will be available to students and teachers alike.
4. Leadership in Learning Communities:
Students will be given the opportunity to research about the societal implications of Electric and/or Magnetic fields in their communities.
5. Ongoing Professional Learning:
Continually researching about related topics and advancement in this field will be helpful in keeping the topics engaging and relevant to the students.