Is it possible that offering support instead of punishment leads to Better Teachers? – Part 3 of 3

This is an interesting video about motivation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc

Crazy Normal - the Classroom Exposé

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The United States

First, the U.S. has 1,206 schools, colleges and departments of education that trains teachers, and they exist in 78% of all universities and colleges. There is no standard method of how teachers are trained as there are in most of the top 8 countries.

It’s also worth mentioning again that Fair Test.orgreports “The U.S. is the only economically advanced nation to rely heavily on multiple-choice tests. Other nations use performance-based assessment to evaluate students on the basis of real work such as essays, projects and activities. Ironically, because these nations do not focus on teaching to multiple-choice and short-answer tests, they score higher on international exams.”

Unlike most countries that rank high on the International PISA test, teacher training in the United States is all over the place from TFA (Teach for America)—that’s probably the worst teacher training program…

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