We are more likely to give out information to one another if we have positive relationships. It is very important as a Teaching assistant and teacher that we understand what our expectations are in school. For example; when advising pupils to behave in a particular way i.e. being polite, courteous and having manners, it is important that we do the same so that we are giving out a good example to the children so they can follow. It is also important that we have positive relationships with parents as this helps to communicate which can help the pupils when parents and teachers are engaging. It is important that we build relationships with others in school so staff and pupils all get along better.
A teacher is so much more than a mean of gaining information, teachers can some of the most influential role models in an adolescent’s life. Teachers like this need to be able to listen and communicate with their students on an equal level. Teachers have a bad habit of talking at students and not paying enough attention to their needs. Communication between student and teacher is what separates the loved teacher from those you wish would relocate to another galaxy. I believe my leadership roles in my high school marching band have prepared me to become a great teacher.
By facing conflict with positivity people can face situations with a clear mind and can find successful solutions to their
I believe that Leadership, in turn, comes naturally with my personality and my yearning for perfection. I have always been told that I am a good leader and that I listen to others. My leadership skills naturally stem from my character and my morals. I would never influence others to do something that I felt was wrong or immoral. I also feel that my character influences my willingness to serve others.
Positivity can affect not only one’s self, but those around them as well. In the face of responding to conflict, positivity can reduce stress and anxiety, help health, and provide a better environment. During times of conflict, positivity has been proven to reduce both stress and anxiety. In an article from the Mayo Clinic Staff, they commented that “Indeed, some studies show that personality traits such as optimism and pessimism can affect many areas of your well-being” (Mayo Clinic Staff).
This paper compares two of the five learning theories; cognitivism and behaviorism, in three ways. Firstly, the role of the facilitator is evaluated. Secondly, the paper analyses the process through which student learn and make meaning in both theories. Finally, the paper reviews the benefits and challenges of the approaches as they relate to adult development.
A leader guides activities as a role model, consider personal and professional values, as well as demonstrate a personal and professional code of ethics. They treat people fairly with dignity and respect. Legal and contractual obligations must be filled and laws and procedures should be applied fairly, wisely, and considerately. A key role in educational leadership is to create an atmosphere that everyone wants to be a part of.
While some might have trouble staying optimistic and may think that the best way to respond to conflict is to just avoid it, people should keep a positive mindset because it helps people cope more easily during arduous times, it has beneficial impacts on others, and having a positive outlook has many health benefits. Having a positive outlook on a situation has many health benefits that include reducing stress, living longer, and gaining self-confidence. For instance, the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research states, “One theory is
The unique aspects which are most salient for me are, first, the Andragogy theory (model); the idea of adult learners learning through enriched opportunities to collaborate in what they are learning and why they are learning it. The authors note, if the adult learner understands the value of what they are learning and it can be relatable to prior life experiences, they tend to be more motivated and retain the information. With that in mind, the importance of “climate setting” to provide mutual respect by actively collaboration with the adult learner in planning and the direction of lessons(Merriam, & Bierena, 2014). Second, the relationship of experiences and learning; how knowledge can be learned in the context of making connections to their life experiences.
The purpose of this essay is to acknowledge the conditions that impact upon Indigenous students’ education. This will be reached through analysis of the concepts of race, racism and whiteness in Australia. These key understandings of Indigenous students’ will be incorporated into my own critical pedagogy in order to demonstrate how I would teach for reconciliation in my classroom.
Teachers are the life-blood of school districts across the United States. They are masters of their specific grade-level content and work tirelessly to manage the learning and well-being of their students. Teachers are the academic leaders of the learning environment within their classrooms and collaborate with their students throughout the year in order to facilitate learning, and foster creativity and problem solving. However, over the last thirty years, teacher leadership has taken on a whole new meaning.