Through analysis it aimed to compare and contrast the ideologies of these models. This essay aimed to present a view that as grief occupies a central tenet of counselling, understanding grief counselling models is critical in developing skills to tailor interventions which matches client
Thus it can be said that formative assessment supports the expectation that all children can learn to high levels and poor performance students who has the lack of ability and therefore become discouraged and unwilling can benefit from it. While feedback generally originates from a teacher, learners are also supposed to play an important role in formative assessment through self-evaluation. Two experimental research studies have shown that students who understand the learning objectives and assessment criteria and have opportunities to reflect on their work show greater improvement than those who do not (Fontana and Fernandes, 1994). Students with learning disabilities who are taught to use self-monitoring strategies related to their understanding of reading and writing tasks also show performance gains
This assignment aims to highlight which theories have influenced my practice in order to improve the learning of one child in my class with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND). First I will write a brief account about the historical development of identifying and supporting children with SEND. Then I will describe the SEN policy in School X and how I have observed it in practice. Following this will be a brief literature of Global Development Delay from diagnosis to the ways in which professionals recommend the learning of children with Global Development Delay can be improved. A pen portrait of the Student (Student B) who has formed the focus on my study will follow.
Response to intervention is an approach to proving services and intervention to students who are struggling to learn at cumulative levels of intensity. RTI is used at many schools to assess, plan for, screen, and provide interventions for any student that is at risk of school failure due to behavior and academic needs. RTI is an initiative that takes place in the general education environment and also makes the decision whether instruction needs to be modified. Just like any other approach RTI has pros and cons. One pro of the RTI is that it requires very little educational disruption for testing.
Dr. Derek Cabrera’s thought on metacognition, human and education is absorbing. He shares perspectives on four universal thinking skills: Distinctions; “Systems; Relationships; and Perspectives (DSRP)” that should be taught in learning institutions. Dr. Cabrera states, “Thinking is simply a process of structuring information and doing something meaningful with it.” Dr. Cabrera also argues that people lack critical analytical thinking, great at school work, but not real life situation. Education needs to be fixed from the bottom up; that can be accomplished by teaching thinking skills. Dr. Cabrera suggests six types of thinking: “Creative Thinking; Critical Thinking; Systems Thinking; Interdisciplinary Thinking; Scientific Thinking; and Emotional
The needs of this group consist of having a breakdown of the lesson that includes hands-on adaptation of the lesson for all students with medical conditions that impair their processing of information. Other needs include audio for the visually impaired and visuals for English language learners and hearing impaired. At home interventions can help all students practice and build upon what they learned in the classroom and produce even greater connections in the minds of the students. All students in this Class Profile should begiven the equal opportunity to learn without prejudicial judgement but rather compassion and willingness to take their knowledge to the next level. Educators have the duty to justly serve these children in a way that only elevates them to accomplish tasks inside and outside the
While this is a fairly new topic, professionals like Andrew S. Davis et al. advocate for this in his article, Understanding and Treating Psychopathology in Schools: Introduction to the Special Issue. This article addresses the studies in the journal, Psychology in Schools, and expresses the need of trained professionals to diagnose and treat children with psychopathy, or children with mental illnesses such as Anxiety, Depression, Early Onset Bipolar Spectrum Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Radicalized Attachment Disorder. Rather than just exposing students to and making them aware of mental health, this article calls for a "collaborative system of care that comprehensively meets the mental health needs of students" by having mental health professionals, such as psychologists and counsellors, and educators working with students that specifically have some form of psychopathy (Davis et al., 415). These must be adults who have been trained to either treat mental illness, using counseling or medication, be able to look for symptoms of mental illness, or sometimes both.
Three strategies I would implement to support A.E. within the classroom, knowing that he has a diagnosis of ASD and has an IEP (Berns, 2013, p.195) that would be beneficial to him as well as his peers and teachers are his scheduling, his ability to verbalize or walk away from what may cause a meltdown and learning social skills with his
Their abilities and impairments could be observed while playing and then teaching could be formatted to their needs within the play therapy. It is also suggested that children with the syndrome are given an advocate to help communication between child, family, school, and others (Liles & Packman, 2009). Since Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is “not only the primary cause of mental retardation in the United States, but also the most readily preventable,” then it is obvious that children with this syndrome are at risk (Liles & Packman, 2009). They would benefit from the help of social workers throughout their lives. Most of the interventions in place have focused on the prevention of FAS through awareness.
Experts have revealed that 65% to 90% of the communication is non-verbal. To explore the importance of nonverbal communication in actual classroom setting and to investigate the effect of the skill on teaching-learning process. The study will promote awareness in both teachers and the taught about non-verbal communication. It would also pave the way for introducing new trends in the teaching learning process for promoting better learning of the English language students. The recommendations of the study will be useful for educators, English language teachers and curriculum
Teachers do not only teach their pupils math, science, history and other facts, but these educators teach them how to think and solve problems in order to develop the students’ character. Westside says in their vision statement that “They (students) are inspired and equipped to excel academically, think critically, and understand that what they learn is a gift to be used for the sake of others.” That sums up what the teachers at Westside are trying to do: have students think about the big picture. A big aspect of being human is being able to think, reason and make choices based on one’s learning. In 1947 Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech in which he said “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” The point of school is not just to memorize facts, but to build character and learn from both the mistakes and successes of others.
What is the planned change process? Planned change process is a strategy where changing a condition, pattern of behavior, or situations in a way that will improve a client 's ability to interact in social settings. According to the table on page 119 of the textbook, the foundation for generalist social work practice is to engage, assess, plan, implement, evaluate, and terminate. Engagement is when they see a problem and establish communication to try resolving a problem. Assessment is when a practitioner contains a rough image of their clients ' strenghths and needs.