I volunteer at Saint Francis Xavier for a first grade classroom. The kids are aged six through eight years old. The teacher I volunteer for is Katie Winchitl and she has 15 children in her class. I start volunteering at 10:15 and end at 11:25. The general schedule is specialist first, classroom learning, and finally recess.
Other things you could do for people is holding the door open for them, ask kids in your class if they need help with their homework , ask to do yard work for a next door neighbor, and donating to cause. Just some simple acts of kindness can change people 's lives forever. Conclusion
Colette always displays her love of teaching during class. She is patient when helping her students, especially when they are struggling with a difficult task. She can always be seen working with students who need additional support, whether it be with their academics or their organizational skills before and after school. She goes above and beyond of what is expected until her students are able to understand and apply concepts that they are learning.
and it raised the bond between the children and parents. It helped the parents to feel free to bring the children to the public places in the upcoming days without any kind hesitation The trainee conducted “Awareness programme on First Aid” for the care takers of special children, the student interacted with all the parents of the children in the school to conduct a group work of their present need, as many parents requested to conduct a programme on First Aid the student arranged for a programme on First Aid. 5.3. Community Organization 5.3.1.
I observed Allie Hagerman’s Pre-Kindergarten classroom in the afternoon at Church Creek Elementary School on September 16, 2105 in Belcamp, Maryland. Observing Allie Hagerman’s classroom was very informational and I learned a lot about the physical environment of the classroom, as well as, how the teacher and para-educator work as a team in the classroom for the 16 children. Besides the physical environment and the team work observed in the classroom, I will share my opinions of the Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
Physiotherapists/occupational therapists work with children outside the school but to support the progress of the pupil may also visit the school to attend any meetings regarding the pupil. Question: Question 6 Answer: The ethos of a school along with its values, aims and mission statement should all be reflected in the school environment. These should all be perceptible to anyone spending time in a school watching both the pupils and staff.
Children in the country learn from a young age to respect their superiors, or people that they are required to obey. As an example, children in school learn from Pre-K all the way through grade school, high school, and college to respect their teachers, principals, and other staff. Students at a school learn that the proper, respectful way to address a staff member of the school is by their last name, preceded by “Mr.” “Mrs.” or “Miss.” Students also learn to sit still and be attentive and quiet when the teacher is addressing the class. Kids and teens also learn respect in the homes of modern-day America. They learn to respectfully obey their parents in ways such as listening to them when asked to do chores or any other task.
During my observations at “Don’t Worry Childcare”, I noticed a great amount of multicultural practices. For starters, I observed the preschoolers say hello and good morning every day in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian language, and Chinese. During circle time, the teacher said, “Okay, can someone raise their hand and tell me how to say good morning in German?” Not only have I seen the children say good morning and hello in other languages, the teacher taught them how to sing the days of the week in Spanish. I watched the children count to ten in German.
The caregivers smiled and used eye contact as they spoke to the child. The teacher did a good job by giving respectful care to the toddler. The teachers made sure the toddler was treated just like a person should be. The action was done in a leisurely manner giving the toddler enough time to get comfortable.
Ashlee Harper Professor Oswald Reflection November 19, 2014 Observation Paper For my field experience that took place on two different days at two different schools in Oskaloosa, several observations took place in two different environments. My first observation took place at Wilson Elementary with first graders. I observed Mr. O’Brien’s class and his students, the environment of his class was very energetic and set up well for the first graders, and there was about 11 students in his class total. Throughout the short amount of time I’ve spent with the students, I’ve been inflicted with insightful educational wisdom and how he run his class, it’s very creative.
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
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.
When a group of children were getting loud, she asked them nicely to lower their voices. She also walked around and observed what the kids were working on. When talking to the children about their art work or creation they had made she asked them to describe their work instead of just saying it looked
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.