She insisted that being very organized is key to having a good classroom experience. She also mentioned to make sure to remain emotionally stable during class time, because the students feed on how their teachers feel, and will react to it. –“So to have a good day, show up happy, leave your personal worries at home because they will take the opportunity to push your buttons.” During the time I observed Ms. Linfield teach her students, she definitely gave out the feeling of self-assurance. She gave very clear detailed instructions on how to proceed with the tasks at hand. She also repeated the directions on several occasions and mentioned how fun the project was several time as well.
I don 't mind being corrected and enjoyed being able to comprehend how the world works a little more each day. A big part about being a good student is having good teachers and I 'm glad I can see my teachers are great. daughter – I love my parents with all my heart and I 'm so grateful for everything you do for me. One with think them is by being a good daughter. Doing chores without being asked, follow the rules, and being respectful.
I always give respect to all my superiors and my classmates, I always respect their decisions, and I respect all my teachers. If any of my friends are sad I become concerned, and try my best to help then with it. I am courtesy, I am always polite towards everyone, I never try to be rude to people, I say “ yes mama”, “ No mama”, “yes sir”, “ No sir”, and please and thank you”. Third, I consistently exemplify desirable qualities and behavior. I am always friendly to new and old people who got to school in NEMS.
The majority of teaching staff, support assistants and volunteers are there because they love what they do, so being enthusiastic and motivating the team to do their best shouldn 't be too difficult! However, it is important to remember that they are only human, and everyone occasionally needs to hear that they are doing a good job. Displaying commitment and willingness to help out beyond their normal job shows just how dedicated they are to providing the best possible education for all children and young people, regardless of
She remembers their character and how they made her feel. She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
As a student, while reading this article I found many of the concepts useful but especially familiar. Throughout my years of public education, the older I became, the more I was able to recognize certain techniques and strategies that teachers used. For example, the article mentions to compliment good choices within earshot of peers and parents, keeping it simple and authentic to boost their self-esteem and make them feel comfortable and safe. This is just one of the many suggestions in the article that reminded me of my childhood. Anytime a teacher gave me a compliment, it first made me feel good about myself and distracted me of any fears I may of had.
Classroom discipline model developed by Lee Canter in 1987 (Newman, 2013). The main focus was to allow teachers to teach children in an environment where they "have a right to learn and a right to have a classroom free from behavior disruption to their learning" (Tuckman & Monetti, 2011, p.464). Canter also puts a lot of emphasis on positive reinforcement. Canter states: Example 2: Recognizing positive behavior. "Thank you, Sally for sitting in your chair in the correct way and keeping your hands to yourself" By doing this, Sally will understand that I like the behavior she is exhibiting.
Every students learns things different ways, and Torey made sure she taught to accommodate each individual child’s learning style. She also taught them etiquette and manners and defined what typical classroom behavior consisted of. The students, in turn, listened to her and respected her both as an educator and a role model in life. They all had their kinks, but the all worked together and figured them out together. It was sort of a type of family concept.
Students seemed eager to learn and responsive to the teacher’s directions. Mrs. A demonstrated great classroom control both times I was in her classroom. She had a great rapport with the students and because of this relationship the students respected her. Her lessons were very engaging. Due to the nature of the activities that were taken place in both lesson some students wandered off task, but Mrs. A was able to get them back