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Hertz Furniture is proud to present the What Makes An Effective Teacher? Infographic!  Teacher Influences such as pedagogical knowledge, content knowledge and professional development are just a few of the things that make an effective teacher.

 

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  1. Tammy Strawser says:

    Being a Life Long Learner yourself makes you an effective teacher

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