CREATE: Week 2 Dress Like a Teacher Directions: Complete this worksheet by answering the questions embedded into the PowerPoint slides titled: “Week 2: Dress Like a Teacher” 1. Your Turn: Write your reaction to the two sentences above. •Have you ever judged a person based solely on his or her attire? •What judgements do you think parents and students might make about the teachers below picture 1 is a man in a hat with a full arm tatoo picture 2 is a women with tight jeans slouchy sweater with bra strap hanging out 2. What do you want to communicate to your students, colleagues, parents, and administrators? 3. Read: “Teachers Should Dress as Students’ Advocate, Not Peer.” List two key-takeaways from the article. https://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/classroom_qa_with_larry_ferlazzo/2014/09/response_teachers_should_dress_as_students_advocate_not_peer.html (a.) (b.) 4. Photo and Reflect: STEP 1: Dress like a teacher. STEP 2: Insert photo below. Make sure what you are wearing is visible from head to toe. A word of advice from a veteran who found herself in sticky situations, skirts need to fall below the knee so that you can bend comfortably. Remember, teaching requires a lot of movement. STEP 3: Describe what your appearance communicates to your students and the considerations that went into your outfit (150 word minimum). Reflect on the effect teacher appearance has had on your attitude and experiences.
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