They ensure a purpose linked to learning points in doing every activity or task (Ofsted, 2014). Teachers motivate learners by adhering to challenging timescales for completion of work. Teachers promote an understanding of diversity seamlessly in their work by involving learners
It should provide them with feedback on their skill progression, motivate them to improve and contribute greatly to their overall development. It also guides the teacher, showing them both how and what the children are learning. This, in turn, enables them to adjust their lessons to account for all students in the classroom and self-reflect on their teaching practices for future planning. Given the wide
It provided relevant activities or examples where the educator may apply the theory within their own classroom to encourage development using each theory. It is imperative for the teachers to understand these theories in order to approach situations, in their classrooms, effectively and practice the encouragement of development within their students as each learner perceives information uniquely. They embolden the teacher to use various activities wherein children can participate in order to gain further understanding of conceptions that they are faced with. This countenances for effective teaching methods that can be executed within the classroom and provides the educator with sufficient knowledge and understanding of their
Through these challenges, however, teachers should be prepared to move forward in ensuring they meet the demands and needs of exceptional scholars, and track their progress daily. Each and every scholar should have the opportunity to succeed in both school, and in their daily lives. As teachers, we are not only preparing our scholars to meet their goals, but to exceed every expectation they face in the every day world. According to the reading, Exceptional Scholars, as well as stated in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, [education should be]… “Specially designed instruction, at no cost to parents, to meet the unique needs of a child with a
We all are knowledgeable in the fact that learn best in an environment that allows them to play an active role in their learning. As a Special Education major, I have also in teaching how your students learn and adapting to their specific needs to ensure success, but what are we supposed to do when the curriculum demands don’t reflect the individual needs of our
It’s important to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of an area, in addition not just setting up areas for children in order to improve their play and extend their development, we also need to consider how well the areas are working in respect of the following: •Extending children’s learning and development •Encouraging high expectations of their achievements This is important because one of the statutory requirements of the EYFS is that every provider must ensure that they created an ‘enjoyable and challenging’ learning and development experience which meets every child’s needs. The extending children’s learning and development - means looking at how children are using play opportunities and considering whether they are sufficient to
Carr (1995; Rushton and Suter, 2012) mentioned that education and training are part of the world, and grasp the complexities and deal with the challenges, teachers should be encouraged to critically reflect on their learning and practice. Every definition of the reflective practice contained their own meaning but, they have the same purpose which is to have the understanding of the past, present and future. It is very important to be implementing for the practitioner to know better about the children. The practitioner also might have met different frameworks for reflection that they can choose to use in their own reflective activities (Jasper, 2013). This shows that with reflective practice, they will be functioning as reflective practitioners in the entire context which they
Theses sklls have to present in order to insure a proper session between counselros and clients. Every counselor should aqquire these certain counseling skills if they wish to be a successful and professional counselor. The communication and counselling skills presented should be used correctly by the proper professional and in the proper environments to finally ensure that the client comes out having been assisted to influence a positive change in their life. The counsellor has a huge role in influencing this change through the critical communication and counselling skills mentioned. To counter the communication barriers, the counsellor has to have a strong understanding of all the possible obstacles and barriers that may present themselves while having detailed knowledge of the solutions of said barriers.
Promotion of equality and diversity in the class shouldn’t be a challenge and is something that learners should be familiar at the beginning of the course to know their responsibilities as learners, to contribute to well-being of others in the class not to bully or harass others because of the differences, giving positive attitudes to individuals. The initial diagnostics assessment should be done by all teachers to be aware the learners needs and ways of supporting, know them as individual that have different needs of learning such as weakness, strength, opportunities and treat. Discussing the ways to meet their differences and adapting differences resources to use for
To illustrate, facilitation means providing support to participants from different backgrounds and cultures, being attentive to those enrolled in the discussion and also those who have difficulties to get through, but their views and opinions are shared to enrich the dialogue. Another goal is to ensure the enhancement of active listening tools and questions, also, ensuring that all the views in class have space to be voiced and are treated respectfully and fairly, which is of a paramount importance. In order to lead this process successfully, as a facilitator, I must be self-aware and know my triggers, especially those moments when I have to be multi-partial. Facilitators lead the group process; that is to say, helping the group to improve the way they scrutinize, analyse and solve problems, and be more self-reflective. To reach this end, they should be multi-partial.