I am so excited about the interest in this book that I couldn't wait to throw a few "thought-provoking" questions out there? I have to admit that I am not sure exactly what the components of a master teacher are.... so here is what comes to my mind initially.
The introduction of the book makes the following statement: Any teacher can become a master teacher with the right kind of practice. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not?
1. What do you believe is a "master teacher?" How do teachers become master teachers?
2. What is the difference between a master teacher and a typical teacher?
3. Which of the seven principles resonates with you most? Why?
I am eager to get the book to learn the difference, to see where I am , and to see where I can go!!! Any thoughts?