Similarly, this theory gave me insight to explore the aims of this study. By using this theory, I saw whether the students influence by teachers ' nonverbal behaviors or not. Furthermore, this theory provided students to learn through observation and modelling of the teacher wich supported me explore teachers ' nonverbal behaviors, students ' perceptions towards nonverbal behaviors and how do they influence learning English. Hence, Social Cognitive Theory provided major theoritical foundation for
Teacher are the gateways for the students to enter and achieve the successful life. Conclusion While to conclude the assignment I want to say that the framework of a theory allows us to organize a large display of facts so that we can understand them. Theories about human development provide information or serve as a guide to acting on the world in a rational way, and they can inspire or stimulate further inquiry or research about behaviours. This refers to an educational with environments, curriculum, materials and instruction that are consistency with student's physical and cognitive abilities as well as their social and emotional
As a pre-service training educator of early childhood education, I have been learning some educational philosophies and ideologies, theories of learning and teaching. By the hearing the term “philosophy” we can distinguish that is mainly concerning the theories of different philosopher related to education. Philosophy of education is concerned as the most important factor in the Child’s life. In the following essay, philosophy of education will be discussed. Firstly, philosophy is defined as an approach of learning which could be best attained and considered as a combination of different views accepted universally.it is mainly a set of different ideas and beliefs regarding the education which mentors the professional behavior of the teachers.
PBL is a type of teaching curriculum based on making students to face problems in certain framework then ask from them to find appropriate solutions by providing a good educational environment to them. The purpose from this strategy is to motivate the active independent learning and thinking of students, and to improve
Diversity, or multicultural education, should be a collaborative effort among educators, children, and families in order for students to learn about their own culture and those of people who are different from them. Preschool programs need to reflect, acknowledge, and celebrate diversity and their curriculums should utilize children’s funds of knowledge to help children connect their world with their learning environment. When teachers fail to understand the importance of acknowledging and celebrating diversity, it is up to the administrators to enlighten them about how children develop their self-identities by helping students to learn acceptance of themselves and others. Training sessions can be given demonstrating ways in which teachers can learn how to prompt children to express their thoughts and ideas about differences through planned conversations, pictures, questions, or books. And, teachers can be shown how to display items that show diverse cultures, languages, and traditions; males and females in nontraditional roles; or “differently-abled children and adults demonstrating strengths and abilities” (WGBH, 2014, par.
One of the critical steps in the assessment process for progressive learning is to explore the students thinking before concluding that the student ‘understood’ because very often it is observed that there is an offset in what children ‘understand’ when compared to the lesson objective designed by the teacher. Thus exploring the assessment strategies and getting it aligned with the efforts from teachers have proven that ‘assessment is the bridge between teaching and learning’. (William 2005, p.22). Assessment plays an important tool for all teachers, students and parents. The continuous forms of assessment gives the idea to teachers that which strategy and approach could be effective for which cluster of students so that the objectives are
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.
One example is that psychomotor skills of performance-based task among the students in their classes. A good lesson allows a valid and reliable criterion reference of performance. A lesson log is a printed set of guidelines that distinguishes performance or products of different quality. According to Adorinda R. Monje-Sarmiento (2008), Evaluation is a primary part of the education process. The teacher should lead every experience in terms of the needs and interests of the students as seen in life situations.
Assessment and evaluation is an instrument that is used to measure the performance of teachers and students. It is an integral part of teaching and learning process. Assessment aids in decision making as it determines whether or not the goal of education are being met. It plays a major role in how students learn, their motivation to learn and how teachers teach. It also enables one to think: “are we teaching what we think we are teaching?” “Are students learning what they are supposed to be learning?” These are relevant question that one should ask when it comes to assessment; therefore, this essay will highlight on the role of assessment in teaching and learning.
10. Inquiry through discussion: It is a form of inquiry in which teacher teaches the students through discussion. The teacher secures feedback as opposed to inquiry through questioning. 11. Inquiry through laboratory work: This strategy is based on the experiences generated in the various social encounters by the learners themselves and which aims to influence attitudes and develop competencies towards learning about human interaction (Schein and Bennis, 1965).