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Core Assumptions

October 25, 2015

Brookfield discusses three core assumptions in chapter two of `The Skillful Teacher`. He believes these to be, that a skillful teacher will do anything it takes to help a student learn, that we must be critical in reflecting on our practice, and that we must also be aware of our students`learning experiences, as well as their perception of the teacher. I too believe that these three habits are displayed by professionals as they assess their classrooms, reflect, and adapt as needed.

Brookfield, S., (2006). The Skillful Teacher: On Trust, Technique and Responsiveness in the Classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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