47). I was honest and challenged her to view the situation from the employee’s eyes. I tried to get her to look at it from another point of view. And although this was only about CTO time, I felt like I helped the manager, and looking back I was also honest and ethical.
However, he uses ethos, pathos, and logos to improve his argument. He uses ethos by using examples from his students, showing how an education didn’t really resolve any of their problems. He uses pathos when he is talking about his students, and what he went through; it draws in an audience, and makes the reader feel sympathy for the students. Finally, he uses logos by basically saying an education has not helped these people, it is not a solution to economic and social problems.
What is the point of going to school and memorizing lessons that we will forget after the test if they don 't stick to our brains? We need to be knowledgeable, persistent, self-driven to make sure we ourselves understand the lesson at hand. Test affect a student 's self-confidence as well, if we pass it 's a win-win but if we fail we lose a little bit of hope we had about what we knew. We doubt ourselves and that is not a pleasant
In Freire’s essay, the banking concept involves the teacher-student relationship. In this case, he’s stating that the banking concept that the teachers use in which the teacher knows everything and he or she is always right and always the one who can only talk during lectures doesn’t help the student in the long run. It is because the teachers who use the banking concept doesn’t give the students the opportunity to say his or her opinions or reactions about the things they are lecturing. Instead if the teacher uses the problem-posing concept in which both the teacher and students interact with each other, they can both learn from each other. Freire stated in his essay that “Problem-posing education affirms men and women as beings in the process of becoming-as unfinished, uncompleted beings in and with a likewise unfinished reality” (Freire 10).
So I believe there isn’t a generalization about the “greatest problem facing men” because each problem has their own issue; it’s not easy to say by solving one thing that it would solve something else. Women’s studies and men’s studies could be based on one another. So taking one class without the other could be teaching a student to be biased. Students need to be taught both sides, equally for a fair and educational. The advantage is that they focus solely on one and the student will get all the information.
The teaching-learning style conflict occurs when the learners’ learning style preferences do not match the teacher’s teaching style. There is no way for a teacher to adjust the lecture so that it suits all the students but a teacher’s task is to make it as richer as possible. The first step to adjusting the lecture to the learners is to get to know them. The teacher should be familiar with the learners’ needs and preferences. The best way for the teacher to get to know its students is through diaries.
However, organizations also should know adult learning theory still have issues. Although six assumptions are the basics, it doesn’t cover all characteristics of adult learners. In addition, this theory also cannot directly used in organizations (Halpern and Tucker, 2015). In spite of some issues do really exist, adult learning theory as a guideline is very useful when designing a suitable activities for employees and also ensure their
Education that we received should be able to challenge our belief and question our reality. Education is more than accepting the information, it is an endeavor to develop our critical thinking on the knowledge that we received. Paulo Friere in his book mentioned that the solution to fix the banking concept of education is the teachers need to have a dialogue with the students in order to inculcate critical thinking. Apart from that, Paulo also stated that only the oppressed (the students) have enough strength to liberate both of the oppressors (the teachers) and themselves. Students and teachers become the partner in intellectually stimulating conversation will open the mind of the students to think critically and later develop ways to regain humanity for the
Research revealed a strong relationship between trust and transformational leadership, also it was mentioned that lack of trust will negatively affect the leading process and plans success in the school. In addition, findings of this study mentioned that reaching the desired level of trust between leaders and followers is not related with time, it is only based on several practices made by the leader himself, these practices help to enhance and evolve trust between principle and staff. Also, it appeared that several leadership practices were adopted by principal to reinforce trust between principal and followers such as confront problems calmly, communication with professors, students, and parents, admitting to own mistakes, give trust to gain trust, take care and listening to the staff, being role model, treat everyone the same way, work hard, keep work-related things privet, sharing decision making process with their staff, and committed and true to his words.
The innate skill of critical thinking is undoubtedly lost by the time students reach third level education. However this is not through the fault of the students themselves. Our society and our education system value the knowledge of given assumptions over the search for the meaning behind, and evidence for these assumptions. This results in students losing the drive to question given knowledge and their longing to know, which Hooks (2010: 7) says is the ‘heartbeat of critical thinking’. They resort to memorizing information without exploring its accuracy.
Self-Control is the ability to control your emotions and not let them interfere with the way you provide support and care. Working with J.K. was sometimes difficult and I would often leave his classroom feeling defeated. However, I did not let these feelings show during my time with the students and I tried my best shrug off the bad days by continuing to work towards future
Gutting and Edmundson both blame the structure of the education system, but at the same time it sounds like the change needs to come only from students. In their book I wouldn’t always be their “ideal” student that is depending on the classes they would teach me. Like Gutting said colleges sometimes give unnecessary courses, so it can be hard to be interested in something that in no way relates to your major. If one of the authors were instructors in one of my unnecessary” classes they probably would make comments that I’m “weak minded” or “not genius”. However, if they taught in one of my classes that I actually have an interest in I might have a shot of being their perfect student they have conversations about on the
Standing in front of the stained glass window, the talkative conductor knowing quiet comments were not his strength, passionately lashed out during the loud section of the music, calling into question their integrity of the musicians because of their routine performance of the Fifth Symphony. With excessive coolness the novice bassoon player said the conductor’s comments made no sense because the musicians were playing the way they were being instructed by the conductor, as musicians follow the long standing tradition of following the conductors directions. She also remarked that musicians do not play for their own benefit but rather for the immeasurable greatness of the music itself. On her own the stunned bassoon player decided to quit,