Establishing a Personal Teacher Identity. Schaefer, R. NAMTA Journal, 18(1):87–97, 1993.
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Discusses identity as the development of functional and intellectual independence and as an involvement in such aspects of life as intimacy, sexuality, and vocation that give one a sense of belonging to the world. Suggests that establishing identity is an on-going process. Describes the Montessori professional's identity as director or directress, teacher, and guide. (BC)
@article{schaefer_establishing_1993,
	title = {Establishing a {Personal} {Teacher} {Identity}},
	volume = {18},
	url = {https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ465897},
	abstract = {Discusses identity as the development of functional and intellectual independence and as an involvement in such aspects of life as intimacy, sexuality, and vocation that give one a sense of belonging to the world. Suggests that establishing identity is an on-going process. Describes the Montessori professional's identity as director or directress, teacher, and guide. (BC)},
	language = {en},
	number = {1},
	journal = {NAMTA Journal},
	author = {Schaefer, Rita},
	year = {1993},
	keywords = {Montessori Method, Self Concept, Elementary School Teachers, Individual Development, Personal Autonomy, Preschool Teachers},
	pages = {87--97}
}
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