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  1. 1. What is it?
  2. 2. What are your goals?
  3. 3. Your goals To graduate Pass the BLEPT To be gainfully employed Successful career High salary Respect in society
  4. 4. What is the one thing needed to get all that? Professionalism
  5. 5. What is professionalism?  What is your idea of professionalism?  Close your eyes and think for a minute. What comes to your mind when you hear the word professional?
  6. 6. Professionalism  Webster's Dictionary defines it as, "the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person."  A specific style of behavior in the work place.
  7. 7. Professionalism  This means that professionalism is demonstrated in our behaviour and /or conduct in the work place
  8. 8. Professional? You have to perform at a consistently higher level than others. That's the mark of a true professional.”
  9. 9. What do YOU need to be Professional?
  10. 10. Subject matter knowledge and use of this knowledge to guide the science and art of your teaching practice.
  11. 11. Pedagogical knowledge: Repertoire of best teaching practices and can use these to instruct in classrooms and to work with children or adolescents in the school setting.
  12. 12. Dispositions and skills to approach all aspects of your work in a reflective, collegial, and problem- solving manner.
  13. 13. Innovativeness, creativity in making/altering plans in a manner which assists students and colleagues in attaining objectives.
  14. 14. Ability to share ideas with others in a manner that encourages an effective two way communication.
  16. 16. Your Image and Self-Perception Three sides to your self image • As you see yourself • As others see you • As you truly are
  17. 17. Positive Dependable Personable Organized Committed Motivational Compassionate Individual Perceptive Value Based Patient Sense of Humor
  18. 18. Positive Thinks positively and enthusiastically about people and what they are capable of becoming.
  19. 19. Have Positive Attitude • You need to exhibit a positive, respectful attitude. • You need to be confident but not cocky, polite but not obsequious, friendly but not annoying. • Be authentic. Be your best self.
  20. 20. dependable Honest and authentic in working with others.
  21. 21. personable Establishes and maintains positive mutual working relationships.
  22. 22. Self respect • Work reflects your inner character • Strive for Excellence • 100%. Period • Don’t view it as a job
  23. 23. organized Makes efficient use of time and moves in a planned and systematic direction.
  24. 24. Time Management • Punctuality – Start early – Call and inform • Use of resources and time – Questions – Notes • Deadlines
  25. 25. Time management
  26. 26. committed Demonstrates commitment for students and the profession and is self-confident, poised and personally in control of situations.
  27. 27. Motivational Enthusiastic with standards and expectations for students and self.
  28. 28. compassionate Caring, empathetic and able to respond to people at a feeling level.
  29. 29. Individiual perceptive Sees each student as a unique and valuable individual. .
  30. 30. Value based Focuses upon the worth and dignity of human beings.
  31. 31. patient Deliberate in coming to conclusions.
  32. 32. Sense of humor Knows how to take the tension out of tight situations.
  33. 33. Professional appearance  Your clothing creates an image of you.  People form opinions based on the way you dress. it is very essential that you follow the dress code specified by the school.  A dress code brings in uniformity to the school and forms part of the culture.  Do not dress provocatively, a work place comprises different people, wear something that will help you fit in there.  Refrain from using heavily scented perfume, or lotions that could bother co-workers
  34. 34. Body language  Posture – When you stand up tall and relax your shoulders, you will appear healthy and confident  Correct posture  Straight posture.  Visualization  Sitting- Standing- Walking  Approaching chair  Feet on ground  Getting up
  35. 35. Personal Hygiene  Nails  Toes  Beard  Sideburns  Hair  Deodorants  Perfumes  Eyebrows  Body hair  Cleanliness
  36. 36. Be in a constant quest for knowledge.
  37. 37. REMEMBER  We don’t Expect you to know everything  Ask questions  Ask for help if you need it
  38. 38. REMEMBER  Put pupils first  Children are fun - Enjoy them!
  39. 39. Word of Advice  First impressions are critical and it is especially important for you who is about to join the field of teaching.  People form their first impressions in the first three seconds.  And once that impression is formed, it is very difficult to change. BE THE BEST OF YOURSELF
  40. 40. “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.” John F. Kennedy
  41. 41. THANK YOU