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Our Nine Provocations are central to our course; these are the central questions which will be explored within each of the units you will study. The Nine Provocations are:
What kind of a teacher do I want to be?
Will I be allowed to be the teacher I want to be?
To whom am I accountable?
Am I ready to teach?
Is teaching a profession or a trade?
What will students want and need from me?
Should we teach students or subjects?
To what extent is teaching an intellectual pursuit?
How will I control my students?
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