65-98, the authors mention the importance of self – efficacy in learning literacy skills. They say that learning does not merely depend on the cognitive abilities of the child, but also his or her belief that they can achieve results. Hence the belief on one’s own ability ensures success in the particular field. The study also goes on to say that teacher centered approaches no longer work in academics. The teacher has to pay attention to his or her student’s personal abilities.
Firstly through; being very attentive to the children, identifying their needs, while also noticing and understanding variances in their behaviour and responding accordingly. In correlation to this teachers should develop self-awareness to separate their own feelings from those of the children Lillard (2005). Secondly, observation is used to evaluate children‘s interests, for instance, the teacher would note whether or not the child is interested in an object, how he/she displays this interest and how long they are interested in it. As a result, teachers could also use observations to assess children‘s work in progress, though this must be done subtly as even a glance could disrupt the concentration of a child engaged on a
Successful and effective teacher, who concentrate on two essential matters. First, learning about the principles of learning and teaching to know how to teach. However, One of the most substantial affairs is learning styles and strategies. Second,
Observation of the setting’s environment will help practitioner to identify areas that are under-used or not equipped. It may also show area which is of particular interest to the children. Observations show how effectively specific areas are been working. Mark-making may be hardly used by children and through observations practitioner can work to improve the area for children. Practitioner need to constantly review the environment.
Observations are considered to be an important part while working with the children. There are number of reasons why recorded observations are required. To plan for individual children’s needs- Observations are very important when planning for children’s individual needs. While observing practitioner understand children’s needs, interests and their stage of development. Once children’s needs, interests and stage of development are recognised, practitioner can plan activities and resources accordingly.
For successful educational productivity, we need great deal of time, energy, and effort. Motivation at school is an important factor because our learners are young and what they need is an experienced person, a facilitator or a motivator who is going to lead them towards the road of success. Since, they are inexperienced they will have to be trained to become mentally, physically and emotionally strong. In relation to Physical Education, Motivation is the key for successful teaching and learning to take place. It can be said that winning things can be very important because if an athlete keeps on training and there is no positive results, then this can affect the mental status.
Its vital to introduce students to arts, politics and there importance. Also, society’s emphasis on testing is ridiculous. We should understand how each student wants to be evaluated on the material. It will be the same material, but people should express their knowledge on the subject as they see
Observed teachers benefit from analyzing the descriptive data the observer collects about classroom interactions and the class environment; they can also grow though discussions that result from observer questions and suggestions to improve learning outcomes. Based on their discussions and reflections, participants can develop action plans or action research projects to improve their teaching practice. Peer observations can also improve and deepen collaboration, and increase self-awareness among participating teachers. 1.2 Relevance and
7 Most reading instruction in elementary and secondary school is very focused on the understanding of the text and even in the new words or vocabulary build up. From that sense, interventions are needed by the students (Burns, Hodgson, Parker, & Fremont, 2011). The success of students in any field of acquiring skills specifically in reading can be determined through students’ motivation which could possibly be obtained by the teachers’ attitude and capability in constructing a program beneficial for each student but when teachers fail to maintain good attitude towards students then low-motivated learners are expected to fail in comprehending or understanding any form of a given printed materials Nilsen (2009). Morgan & Fuchs, 2007 emphasized that teachers must look for techniques or develop strategies to help students who are at
To begin with, for every learning process, undergraduates should establish a right attitude to study in advance. They should constantly remind themselves that the goal of learning is to improve themselves and equip them with necessary knowledge and abilities. Learning is neither for examinations nor for other people. If the process of learning only teaches students how to take an examination, it is useless. Examination is only a method to check students’ learning results.