I believe that many behavioral problems can often be handled through discussing the student’s behavior and giving them a second chance. The discipline hierarchy allows the students to self correct their behavior before incurring a harsher form of punishment. Overall, although I believe that having clear expectations and behavioral procedures are essential for good classroom management, I also believe that one must still remember what an effective teacher looks like. Thus, when it comes to the area of classroom management, it is still
Pupil like school accept teacher because they think that teacher play strict, disciplinary role, instructor role. The pupil point of view of the pleasant teacher is that to find out what teacher want, hide what displease the teacher and balance the need to please teacher. The pupil something feel about please teacher is that “they have to do rather something they want to
Whether it being traditional or contemporary, teachers have a various tactics such as rational arguments and creative ways (McBer, n.d.) to leave an impact on students and to influence them in bringing about positive outcomes. Petty (2009) supports the importance of teachers having an impact and influence on students and adds that effective teachers can first of all recognize the potential of the students. After recognizing the potential of students, teachers now should think analytically and conceptually as discussed earlier and develop a lesson plan that encourages students to reach their full potential or even challenging students to reach a higher level of learning. In addition, McBer (n.d.) and Petty (2009), share that there are informal ways of influencing students. When a teacher has a closer proximity with a student, the teacher will understand the student better which lead to a better understanding of the students learning styles.
Teaching the students self-control is important and takes time. Students will make mistakes but teaches need to make the mistake a learning tool by teaching the students a better way to conduct themselves. He writes “When we are unreasonable with students and humiliate them into submission, the benefit is really for the teacher and not the students”, this really hit home for me, I have seen that happen and the student shut down and he had a miserable rest of his year. We need to instill confidence in our students not talk poorly to them. Chapter Five-The Quiet Man (76-89) As I was reading this I was thinking that it was written just for me.
When dealing with behaviorally challenged students, teachers need to watch their attitudes and keep their ego to themselves. In many cases this is hard, but teachers have to be professional and model to their students the right behavior and reactions. I believe Pedota could have elaborated on some different strategies that teachers use in their classroom. For example: he writes about recognition of accomplishments, but he does not give examples on how teachers can implement the strategy. At the end of the article, I really like how Pedota includes charts of rules for the teachers to use when creating
My Personal Code of Ethics as an Education Leader As an educator, and conceivable future educational leader, my personal code of ethics is one that envelops uprightness, correspondence, respect, imparted objectives, sympathy, open-mindedness, and confidentiality. A leader recognizes what is correct and utilizes it to make the best decision paying little mind to personal danger. I will utilize this personal code of ethics when settling on decisions including ethical issues and to guide my profession. I accept the focal and most basic reason for an educational leader is: To foster a dream for the organization as a learning community that respects the characteristic worth and abilities of every person and that fosters the planning of students
I need to be able to motivate my students to engage in learning in my lessons. Lack of motivation can lead to off task behaviour, which will interrupt the flow of the lesson. When all students are motivated a positive classroom climate is developed where learning is the core. Motivated students are easier to teach and challenge, they also have a positive influence on each other. For each issue, show how your learning has developed since the start of placement.
It’s also teach us the importance of being dependent and independent in our life. If you give a man a thing you teach him how to be dependent but if you teach a man how to have that thing you teach him how to be independent. There’s nothing wrong in giving as long as it’s not always. This quote is more related to a professor or a teacher but as a student this is eye opening because this quote teach me what is the importance of the knowledge in our life and I realized that the teachers/professors have a big role in the society because they are the one who teaching and feeding knowledge/information to the students mind. 2.
First, the teacher needs to acknowledge their own appearance and body language during teaching and learning process. Adopting a professional appearance is very important. For the beginner teachers, first impressions from the students count because they will assess them from the moment they see the new teachers. Hence, if their appearances suggest that that they are a professional and serious, sincere, and enjoy teaching, students will be able to see this message through the teacher’s appearances and respect them for what they are. This will be the first step in gaining their respect as well as