• They become more acceptable to the school or community because this ones becomes use to them, • person-cantered planning means that the learner becomes an active participant in their own plans for their own future Fostering relationships Fostering relation is important to any child more so children with SEN. it is when a personal social relationship is built with any child. I have seen first-hand the benefits of this, and how effective it can prove to be. It makes the children happy, and gain more sell esteem. Their parents feel even better because they perceive that their children are starting to get a bit of love, and feel a sense of belonging among their pairs, tutors, coaches etc. The duty of the parents, teachers, tutors, facilitators etc., is to teach children how to make friends and keep them.
It has helped me learn about how important it is to be grateful, prioritize, be mindful of my actions and my words, and be more aware of my relationships with the people in my life. Extracurricular activities is an important part of a student’s life. It causes students to be more productive and sociable. It also helps students perform better in school and improve their behavior. These teach the students how to be a positive contributor inside and outside of the school.
97% of all teachers joined the Nazi Teachers’ Association, those who did not during the beginning of the movement were later forced to otherwise they would have there teaching license revoked. Teachers had to always be careful about what they said around youth as they were encouraged to inform the authorities if a teacher were to say something that did not come in line with Nazi curriculum/ideology. In schools, textbooks also underwent changes; biology and history were most affected. History now spoke of the glory of Germany their fatherland and the magnificent feats that the country had accomplished under the leadership of Adolf Hitler. Biology was changed the most, as it
I agree with this theory and also there are other ways to maintain a positive classroom management, such as: setting the classroom rules at the beginning of each lesson, checks in with all the students to make sure they’re ready, maintaining the student’s dignity, and also treating them equally with fairness. I think that patience is an important part of maintaining a positive classroom management, as long as the teacher is patient with herself and her students, she won’t have trouble earning their love, respect and trust. Some people deal with negative behaviors using punishment that temporarily lasts. Although, punishment works with most students, it’s also ineffective for students with chronic behavioral difficulties. However, if we treat all children equally and be patient with ourselves and them, then maintaining a positive classroom management will be easy.
Not only does catching children being good benefit me by rewarding me with a classroom full of students who are working hard to please, it boosts the students’ self-esteem and meets their needs to be affirmed, which prompts them to be more engaged. I prefer to have a classroom that is run on positive recognition and affirmation, and I realize that as the teacher, I create the culture by offering that feedback to my
Students were more focused on bringing the others down than they were interested in improving themselves. In a similar manner, students did not only lose vision of the importance of their personal academic achievement but they also lost the chance to grow as cooperating and helping members of society. Therefore, as a teacher I would aim to improve relationship among students and build a sense of unity. The most effective tool I have observed that brought students together is songs. Students would enjoy their time completing a common fun activity as one unit and it would leave them feeling happier and more relaxed.
They had believed students learn better through thematic learning and be able to make connections to life and the world. No one believed that thematic learning would not work and that thematic learning would be good for everyone involved. Teachers who participated in this research believed thematic learning makes learning more effective in the way that makes all materials on subjects relevant to students. Each subject supports other subjects and raises a better understanding of meaningful connections and understanding how things can relate to each other cohesively. The statement from the participant 4 and
Offer rewards. Everyone likes getting rewards, and offering your learners the chance to earn them, is an excellent source of motivation. Allow learners to work together. While not all students will jump at the chance to work in groups, many will find it fun to try to solve problems, do experiments, and work on projects with other students. The social interaction can get them excited about things in the classroom and students can motivate one another to reach a goal.
Having good manners, being courteous and respectful will not only encourage effective relationships but will also teach others, especially children and young people, how to do the same and build their own strong relationships with their peers and other adults. If you show children and young people that you respect their point of view and do not dismiss anything they have to say as being unimportant, then that will encourage
Cooperative learning helps students develop the skills they will need later for education success. It also gives them a chance to benefit from the knowledge of classmates. So, pairing the students as often as possible, as doing so makes learning enjoyable and effective. When pairing students, we should aim to create mixes in which one student excels and another struggle. This allows students with differing skills to share their abilities and help each other.