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You can’t be a teacher that is able to do that you all can for your student’s if you decide to be a reluctant teacher.  Yes. all teachers do teach different, but it is nothing wrong with wanting to learn something a little new. As teacher’s we should try different things to try to find out where our students really are in the classroom and what they can do with different teaching methods. When others observe your class or suggest some things to try with your students it is nothing wrong with just trying it, and it does not mean that you will have to keep doing it that way.  As a teacher, I always take things that others give me as advise or some things that they address that I need to change as a way to make me become a better teacher to my students. I have witnessed the administrator a suggesting for the teacher to use to be able to teach and to be able to handle her classroom management better, but the teacher insisted she did not need any new structure or students were just having a bad day that day the principal observed, but the administrator came back the next day and it was a different class doing the same thing. She just insisted that she just need more engaging lessons to keep the students on task, and make sure to pay attention to all students in her classroom by walking around consistently. From observing what was being said to that the teacher, I took a step back and really observed myself to think about how I teach my students and do I really get the attention of all my students and are my assignments engaging enough for my students to learn and stay on task. Sometimes listening and watching someone else get observed it makes you think about yourself.
This week’s reading in Dilemmas in Educational Leadership was about engaging a reluctant team member. Elnara and Toni were experienced teachers who co-coach a learning community and dealt with a reluctant team member, Andre. Andre usually arrived late to their meetings, always seemed uninterested, and rarely participated in activities. Elnara and Toni never addressed these issues with Andre. After receiving peer feedback and finally having a one-on-one interaction with Andre, Elnara got to know and understand who he was and the reasons behind his actions. Since the two have met, things for the group started to improve for the team leaders and Andre (Reid, 2014). This reading showed me the importance of figuring out what is going on with group members and getting to know them. It has also taught me to address issues early to minimize uncomfortableness and frustrations. 
Describe a situation from your teaching experience in which a leader has found it necessary to address a reluctant teacher. What did you learn from observing the exchange?
I can recall a situation when the principal had to address being on the cellphone during our meetings. He did not directly call out the teacher, who is usually inattentive and spends time on their phone during our sessions. Instead, he addressed the issue as a whole group. I thought that was the best way to handle the situation so no one will not feel attacked in front of others. A one-on-one conversation can always happen at a different time. He stated we should practice the exact expectations for our students in the classroom regarding cell phones when we are in important meetings. I agree that this is rude when someone is speaking or presenting. It is unprofessional, and it is easy to miss vital information. 

I’ve seen many cases in the last two years where a teacher and administrator had multiple encounters. The instructor refused to follow guidelines about his classroom methods. He was confident in his ability to do things his way because he had done it without being in the complaint for so long. However, it had reached a stalemate and was manifestly ineffective. Data revealed that the students’ development in reading and math remained stagnant. The educator had his own agenda and was adamant about sticking to it. A continual fight for dominance existed between the educator and administration. It had to come to an end, and the teacher was not about to give up. As a result of this, this teacher is no longer employed at the school. This was most likely the greatest choice because he was not ready to be a team player. I gained numerous significant lessons from this experience. I learned the value of being adaptable in your practices. I also learned that you should constantly be open to receiving constructive criticism, learning new things, and trying new and different things. I also realized how crucial communication is in a school environment. Speaking and listening are both important aspects of communication. It’s also crucial to be able to demonstrate to your students what you expect of them. Building solid professional relationships is crucial. Working with leaders who can lead with the influence of Jesus in their lives can help them lead more effectively. When dealing with resistant people, it is better to use strategies that are proven to be effective in communication

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