B. Treffinger Learning Model Treffinger learning model is one of cooperative learning model that has concept of creative problem solving where Treffinger learning model is the revision from creative problem solving by Donald J. Treffinger. Donald J Treffinger is the president of Center of Creative Learning Inc Sarasota, Florida Treffinger modified six steps in creative problem solving becomes three major components. (Miftahul Huda, 2013: p. 318). Treffinger learning model orients to process in learning. Treffinger learning model is the learning model which is developed from creative learning model to develop mental and give priority to process. (Shoimin, 2014: p. 219). Treffinger (2010) also stated that Treffinger learning model is learning …show more content…
2. The Advantages of Treffinger Learning Model The advantages of applying Treffinger learning model according to Huda (2013: p. 320) are as follows: a. Make the students more active in learning and have confidence to speak their ideas. b. Develop students' thinking skills because it presented a problem in the early learning and provide flexibility to students to find their own solutions. Students are given discretion in determining alternative solutions. c. Make students apply the knowledge they already have into new situation. It will increase harmony and tolerance attitude because in selecting the most appropriate solution to solve the problem, it needs acceptance attitude from all students. Intani (2015) also stated that the effect of Treffinger learning model implementation included: a. Growing positive character inside the students, discipline, responsibility, cooperation harmony, tolerance, bravery of expressing opinion, and self-confidence b. The students were getting sensitive to social problems and could solve them c. Ability of thinking …show more content…
Building acceptance, in which the teacher checked one solution chosen by each group. Based on the major component of Treffinger and steps from expert, researcher adapted some ideas on how to use Treffinger in learning speaking. a. The first step is setting goals where teacher informs competency to be achieved in learning. In this research, teacher wants to improve students’ speaking skill in asking and giving opinion. Teacher gives students examples about how to ask and give opinion in English. This step can improve students’ grammar and pronunciation. b. Exploring Data. In this step, teacher demonstrates or presents a natural phenomenon that can attract the curiosity of students. Teacher shows picture or video to the students about social problems. In this research, the problems were flood, juvenile delinquency, using mobile phone for children and the effect of social media. c. Formulating problems. In this step, teacher gives students the opportunity to identify problems. Teacher creates students groups and invites students to discuss it together. d. Generating Ideas, in which teacher gives opportunity to identify the problem raises, express ideas and also tutors students to decide alternative solutions. Teacher gives students time to express their
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Have students pair-share their responses with their partner using partner A and partner B method. Walk around to check for understanding and to listen to student responses. Ask guiding questions if any students struggle to come up with a response. • Provide sentence starters: “Something that can be divided into three equal groups is__________________. It can be divided into three equals groups because our answer would be _____________________without any leftover” Step 6: Ask students to
While education and knowledge is an important key factor, influences on behavior and motivation can influence change as well. Altering one’s own behavior may require individual support of others. Effects of behavior should also include a basis of evaluation on outcomes of the learning
Strategy #1: Modeling / PORPE tool (e.g., Predict, Organize, Review, Practice, and Evaluate) will be used to provide students support when explaining in greater detail the concept development process, using examples of text such as books and articles that are relevant to the assignment (Allan & Miller, 2005). Strategy #2: Reciprocal Questioning: Reciprocal questioning will be used to check for understanding throughout the lesson. This will support the student's learning by allowing them to formulate their own list of questions to deepen their learning. Additionally, Reciprocal questioning improves student’s questioning and reasoning skills (Manzo, 1968).
As pedagogical education changes, it is my responsibility to learn and integrate appropriate learning theories into my teaching practice. As teaching is steering away from traditional paper pencil tasks, I try to implement more inquiry based teacher practices in my lessons where students are forced to use critical thinking skills to solve problems. Element 3.1.1 - 3.1.4 Teachers are responsible for creating a learning environment that allows students to feel safe, welcomed and supportive. A classroom culture is fostered by the teacher who establishes the rules. In a diverse classroom setting, it is important to set boundaries and rules.
Explain how the ethos, mission, aims and values of a school may be reflected in working practices. The ethos, mission, aims and values of the school should be known very well before entering the school setting as it is part and parcel of the environment of the school and the daily practice of the staff and pupils there. All adults that work and are part of setting have the responsibility to model the standards of behaviour, with the children and amongst the colleagues. Good association and strong dealings between adults will encourage the good behaviour in children. All children as an individual should be respected within the school.
Since the spread of formal schooling and education in human societies, fostering cognitive abilities, such as understanding, reasoning, critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving and judgment has been highlighted . Problem-solving is an essential skill in today’s life . Problem-solving is a goal-directed thinking . It is a mental process, some logical, orderly, intellectual thinking that helps cope with problems, search several solutions and choose the best solution . According to Moshirabadi, problem-solving is a systematic process and a problem-focused situation analysis that indicates the ability of individuals to overcome obstacles and to achieve goals.
Pictures, concrete objects, are appropriate methods that are used on classroom as teaching aids. Field trips, computers, calculators are also used as realists method of teaching. Education should pass on, confirmed and the organizational structures which give importance to those truths. As with the idealists’ planned task for parents, realists expect parents to give in their children to teachers, as instructors better comprehend the reality and the techniques that are vital for better comprehend the reality. Those who understand the laws which administer noticeable phenomena.
Through this activity, the teachers assure that the learners are able to participate fully in the curriculum. As the supports given by the teacher the learners allow them to transfer their skills and knowledge to
That is, even teachers, parents and other elder family members can learn or understand how to apply social learning theory, for example, using reinforcement, punishment and modeling, to affect people’e behaviors by looking at related books.
Both students and teachers can now find facts within seconds. This can be very useful when explaining and debating topics.” As we all know, kids in this day in age have so much power in the palm of their hands they can get any piece of information they need in seconds and they should be able to use that power. Another reason kids should be able to use their smartphones in class is that teachers now are able to create assignments which kids can complete on their phones.
In the early stages of Albert Bandura’s research for social learning theory, he analyzed the basics of learning process of human and also the willingness of children and adults to imitate behaviors observed in others. Models are an important source for an individual to learn new things and behaviors. He also stated that in social learning theory, there are 3 systems that affect and control behavior. First, antecedent inducements will influence the time and response of a behavior greatly.
In this newspaper, it explains how technology has influenced student’s brain. Teachers have been having important points over technology which students spend hours a day (Richtel). Students do not understand how technology affects brains. They also do not know that spending a lot of time using these can make a difficult way that can affect their learning stability. It shows that they have difficulty to influence these types of attentions by taking it so that students can