Samantaray (1971) researches on teacher effectiveness have established the fact that teachers attitude and teachers effectiveness are positively related. Examples of these attitudes include wanting to teach and “doing it from the heart” enjoying the work, being dedicated to the job and to the children. Positive attitudes towards teaching and one’s own performance can in my view significantly contribute to classroom success; there is also the positive interpersonal relationship which is necessary to foster a connection between the teacher and students. Participating in student activities, enjoy being with them, caring for them, being interested in them and trusting them displays a positive attitude. Hence the fact that research has shown that “Success in the classroom is mapped to positive behaviours.” Samantaray (1971).
In order to learn more productively, children should be encourage to work with each other and with the teachers, so that their language skills and learning styles become more rooted in a positive and capable way and that they grow to understand that unity can be rewarding in itself. Also strong ties with the local community or ‘community cohesion’ should be demonstrated by the school family. The links the school has with the local community and partnerships made with people and organisations from that community will allow pupils more opportunities to advance their learning and skill
I want to be available to counsel my students, helping to foster a school that is safe, one that provides a nurturing environment where students feel free to grow and develop into strong, independent adults. I seek to be on the front line helping kids deal, in a positive
Dominance is defined as the teacher's ability to give clear purpose and guidance concerning student behavior and their academics. By creating and giving clear expectations and consequences for student behavior, this builds effective relationships. Such expectations may cover classroom etiquette and behavior, group work, seating arrangements, the use of equipment and materials, and also classroom disruptions. Assertive teacher behavior also reassures that thoughts and messages are being passed on to the student in an effective way. Assertive behavior can be achieved by using erect posture, appropriate tone of voice depending on the current situation, and taking care not to ignore inappropriate behavior by taking
Teachers who collectively exchange teaching strategies, help each other in solving both teacher and student conflicts, supports each other in acquiring and applying new knowledge on teaching, share common practice to attain school goals and aim, and share common expectations in the execution of their functions increase their performance inside the classroom. Teaching effectiveness involves deep understanding of the subject matter, learning theory and student differences, planning, classroom instructional strategies, knowing individual students, and assessment of student understanding and proficiency with learning outcomes (Barry, 2010). Thus, teachers will increase teaching effectiveness if they have the ability to reflect and collaborate with colleagues. Teachers can also increase their teaching effectiveness if they exert extra effort in doing their teaching functions. Teacher’s extra effort is demonstrated when they bring home papers to check, organize lesson plan, develop and validate
It has helped me learn about how important it is to be grateful, prioritize, be mindful of my actions and my words, and be more aware of my relationships with the people in my life. Extracurricular activities is an important part of a student’s life. It causes students to be more productive and sociable. It also helps students perform better in school and improve their behavior. These teach the students how to be a positive contributor inside and outside of the school.
“Good feedback practice is not only about providing accessible and usable information that helps students improve their learning, but it is also about providing good information to teachers” (Nicol and Macfarlane, 2006, p. 214). Quality assessment and effective feedback have a strong impact in systemizing educational governance. In the same way, it can enable all learners to enhance their learning or leads to increase learning and teachers in their teaching. Some research evidence such as Nicol and Macfarlane –Dick (2006)
Teacher should learn and develop in an area which he or she is aligned with, and directly related to, consistent with the academic goals of the school or local educational agency. Moreover he or she should be able to adapt new practices to the needs of every student. I believe, the first step for every teacher is to attempt to build good relationships with students. Moreover, it is important to have good interrelationships with colleagues and administrators. Being able to establish respectful and caring relationships with colleagues can enrich the work experience.
That means engaging students with meaningful activities, taking them to the center of learning area. That’s what makes you effective if you prepare strong lesson plans and provide active classroom environment to students. The students here should remind us to be fair. Teacher should be fair in the attention giving to all students. We must spend time in face to face positive interactions with all students.
Furthermore, it has been discussed that students will feel motivated if they get compliments. Also, if the teachers appreciate their hard work or in assignments, they will feel motivated psychologically. Moreover, researchers point out that praise among classmates can build strong social energy. Because praise will enhance students' respect for one another and it could lead them to enjoy for adapting in group learning. As a result, it will give good impacts to enjoyable classroom circumstances.