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Knowledge and Understanding

The teacher will have:
  1. a thorough, accurate and appropriate knowledge and understanding of his/her area of specialization; 
  2. an understanding of how his/her area of specialization is organized, and how it is linked to other disciplines and applied to real-life situations; 
  3. an understanding of how to use a variety of subject specific instructional strategies;
  4. a knowledge of theories of cognition and growth and the ability to plan to accommodate the needs of diverse learners;
  5. an understanding of what it means to be a teacher and the responsibilities which the teacher carries;
  6. a knowledge of the social milieu in which he/she works and the culture of his/her country and its developmental needs and goals within a global context.

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