Ladies I need some help --- A coworker who is also a college student has asked my help with a teacher questionnaire --- I have started answering the questions but there are so many and complex. I am going to post the questionnaire and anyone who wants to take a crack at a question or two -- your answers would be most welcome. I am starting to get brain freeze. The following are the first four sections of this questionnaire -- I thought I would post it and see what kind of response I get. . . If you are inerested ladies I would love your input. Thanks!!! Communication How do you encourage children in a positive and supportive manner? How do you use interaction with the children during routines like individual work, cooperative learning, and whole group activities? How do you provide opportunities for the children to learn form one another? What kind of individual and group activities do you do with the children? Continuous Improvement How do you communicate a child's progress to the family and colleagues? And what kind of information is generally shared? Do you increase your professional growth by participating in training and or other professional development experiences? Do you feel like you learn things for you colleagues? And have developed professional relationships with them? Do you have any short term or long term goals related to your professional development? Diversity How do you make students form different diverse cultures and linguistic backgrounds feel accepted and an equal in your classroom? How do you make sure all children feel accepted in the classroom? Do you recognize that children have different learning styles? And what kind of activities do you do in your classroom to cater to the different learning styles of your children? What kind of materials do you have in you classroom that promotes diversity? Ethics How do you make sure your children are kept safe and away from things or places that could be harmful to them in any way (physically, developmental, social, etc.)? Do you in any way restrain your children form learning in your classroom? Do you allow your personal opinions to affect your teaching in any way? Do you have any basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, ethnic origin, political beliefs, martial status, handicap conditions, social status, economic status or sexual preference?