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Proefessional and Team Development

In terms of your assessment partnership with families and colleagues, what kinds of skills would you want to develop in the team members, including yourself? What will be your plan for personal and professional development as a member of the assessment team in your teaching context?

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1. In terms of your assessment partnership with families and colleagues, what kinds of skills would you want to develop in the team members, including yourself?

The kinds of skills that you might want you develop in the team members, including yourself are:

· Problem solving, supportive, empathic skills and partnership. Building communities of learners, using scholarship, problem-solving skills, and partnership to create cohesive groups that work together for common purposes. Problem solvers construct practical, effective approaches to professional challenges using a sound base of theory and research, and who help others construct their own ways of addressing challenges.

· Reflective skills and practice. It is the foundation of competence, with emphasizes on the importance of thoughtful analysis and continual revision of effective approaches to teaching and learning.

· Collaborative, constructive, communicative skills.

· Critical thinking, experimentation, confidence and openness to change. For example, from Dewey to Schoen, educational theorists have observed that, although ...

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Based on an assessment partnership with families and colleagues, this solution discusses the kinds of skills that should be developed in the team members, including the person doing the assessment. It also provides assistance in identifying a personal and professional development as a member of the assessment team in a teaching context.

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