Second, the teacher created atmosphere of feeling a tense to walk around the classroom many times. Third, the teacher motivated students. He reported the result of Word Engine and praised the students who hit the goal. On the other hand, I found a point that might be better to change, especially related to teaching words. I thought the impact of new words was not sufficient.
The edifier-student relationship that is established in the classroom directly affects students’ motivation and achievement in reading. An efficacious pedagogy provides an environment conducive to all students. This type of environment sanctions each student to feel comfortable engaging in the cognition process, without the trepidation of disconcertment or ridicule. Ford and Grantham (1997) provided results from a study which denoted that “negative edifier-student relationships decrease teachers’ motivation and prospects, and consequently, students’ motivation and achievement”
Seeing student progress is moreso a way to assess teachers and see if they are truly helping the students and it’s more of a reflection on the teacher rather than the student. Therefore, having the ability to see student progress and weak areas doesn’t help the students and if it does, it’s in a very minor way. In conclusion, the “pros” of standardized testing aren’t really pro’s and help students very little to not at
many of the teachers are so ignorant that they do not know that there are 3 ways to learn some of the students are visual that these are facilitated by learning to see the movement of hands, taking notes of the subject, when the teacher writes on the blackboard, and gives examples, others are auditory that with the pure sound and voice of the teacher or classmates can learn things, and the last ones are the kinesthetic ones that I think with these is the biggest problem because they do not understand that they must be in constant movement and without feeling bothered by the class to be able to learn, these people learn with dynamics, games, exercises constantly teachers often do not understand that people struggle to understand a topic and do not take into account aspects of each child 's learning, and what they do is that they do not learn much of the group because they do not train well and children pay the consequences of these people, throughout my life as a student I have also felt bad for some comment from a teacher for not learning the same as others and it is for these aspects that I believe that each student should evaluate their teachers and say what is good about him and what bothers him, that this report is analyzed by psychologists and by the authority of each
These obstructions to effective instructional practices take the form of institutional programming, such as tracking, and as personal opinions, such as lack of cultural understanding. Research supports the belief that the effectiveness of a teacher, the attitude of a teacher, and the verbal and nonverbal expectations of a teacher are instrumental in tearing down barriers that interfere with effective instruction. Identifying and addressing ineffective practices (barriers) that limit or encumber student achievement is crucial in successfully educating minority youths. According to the ASCD Advisory Panel on Improving Student Achievement (Cole 1995), examples of barriers include: Tracking; Low
If you don’t like the teacher or the teacher does not like you for certain reasons, of course, you don’t feel like coming to the class. What I like from my English teacher now is that she is friendly and always treats everybody fairly. You know, some teachers tend to show that they have a favourite student in the class, it makes us feel that we are treated unfairly. (Weni, Year
On the other hand, errors occur due to lack of knowledge. Therefore, mistakes might be corrected by the students, whereas, the students will not be able to correct the errors due to insufficiency or incompetence. Some researchers claim that correcting errors is feedback and give information about their performance, increase motivation and build a supportive classroom climate. Although, correction is seen as a vital part of teacher 's role and it helps the leraner to induce or figure out the right form of a rule, it is important to have a look at whether the students like to be corrected or not. Some researches have showed that most students do want their mistakes to be corrected since it is necessary for their improvement.
It may be positive or negative which can make people have a tendency to react to something. Gardner (1975) and Littlewood (1984) said that attitude about learning is a feeling or opinion toward teachers, education system, teaching and learning process, and peers. These lead to the reactions of attitude in two kinds. 1) Positive learning attitude that students will be satisfied in learning, attend the class regularly, and appreciate the value of learning. 2) Negative learning attitude that students won’t be pleased to learn, don’t pay attention, don’t like to learn, despond or be bored easily, and often miss the class.
The teacher should be fair and accurate. The disadvantage of this technique is that students might be discouraged as they don 't have enough chance to correct themselves. Students might fail to encourage the self-confidence of the students. It also produces a teacher-centered classroom. Teacher should take into account the feelings of his students.
In some cases, grades are determinants of a student’s superiority inside the classroom. Some students think they are better than others because they have higher grades than them. This scenario causes some students to lose interest in learning and quit school. On the other hand, the students who get good grades become motivated to study and explore every depth of