A preliminary profile of an emergent master teacher
Keywords:teacher development, foreign language teacher, reflexion, self-awareness
Based on the insights gained from her experience as a teacher trainer at the University of South Florida, the author presents the traits that characterize an emergent master teacher. She also highlights the importance of trainee teacher's all-round development, as opposed to just developing those skills directly related to foreign language teaching.
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