As a team member I was able to present myself and was able to put my views and ideas. This project helped me to understand myself better and I realised that I can work in any situation with anyone. I will always try to work in similar collaborative approach and try to improvise myself. It was a good learning opportunity for me. I have gained experience and skills from my teammates during the project.
This means an effective class and raised teaching standard which in-turn improves the overall motivation of the teacher. This results in a positive influence on the productivity of the teacher as well as have positive influence on the overall satisfaction of the teacher. To understand the importance of planning from an intrinsic viewpoint, it is important to consider the real advantages, which could be driving an increased teacher enthusiasm. A fully planned lesson allows the teacher to maintain focus throughout the lesson. As discussed previously, effective lesson planning can have a positive effect on the motivation on a teacher.
While some people think it is more important to provide children with more creative and imaginative play, I think that it 's more important to provide them with more organized activities. you are always going to use the skills you learn from organized activities. Organized activities teachs more competition, teamwork, and physical fitness. When I was growing up, I loved to be competitive in any sport I was playing. Competition always makes someone want to do better than the other.
The Importance of Fine Arts Education Many high schools require their students to take at least one fine arts class in order for them to graduate. This requirement is either perceived as a fun and easy "A," or a dreadful decision because of the inability to understand or create art/music. The question of requiring students to take fine arts classes in high school has brought up many controversies among educators, parents, and students. Art and music-wired students have no problem with requirements as such, but on the other hand, students with little or no art/music interests and abilities are spending time in a class where they know they will not have a future in. Music and art are so prevalent in our society that it is crucial to require fine arts education in schools.
There has been a new budget that has ruined several agencies because there is not enough funding with Trump now in office. Within these agencies lies the education department; low-income students will be affected by Trump’s budget cuts. Hence, there will be a cutback on tutoring, books, and counseling these students are entitled to, which will lead to struggling as students would attempt to reach their goals. Regardless, the president should not make the education department cut back on their activities because this will lead to less educated students, more dropouts, and a greater gap between low and high income people. They are cutting off agencies’ budgets, which are needed for a society to function properly.
I am good at taking direction and willing to try new techniques and methods to see how they can further my training. You have to be open to new and challenging things within the performance industry, because you may find something extremely beneficial for you that makes you even stronger in the field. I have a strong
Having year-round schooling would only become an annoyance to students, teachers, and parents. I am against year-round schooling because it gives students little to no time for breaks, it would become an inconvenience to students, teachers, and parents, and it would burn students out much more quickly. Having to work all year round would bee annoying to anybody, including students. Year- round schooling gives students little to no breaks from school without counting holiday vacations. It does mean students would go to school for less days a week, however, this would also mean teachers would have to compensate for this by giving them a lot of homework over this extended weekend.
This issue also affects students who are not as interested in the arts because they will never get to appreciate how significant art is to Canadian culture. Teachers, especially teachers who specialize in the arts, are now having difficulty finding jobs in their field because of the limited spots available. They are being forced to teach subjects that they are not familiar with just to find a job. School boards are also the ones who have to deal with budget cuts and decide what needs to be taken out of the
Teachers can also learn about a childs’ experience and offer help and attention. Literacy is very important in every aspect of a person’s life, a teacher in the foundation phase should emphasize this and help their skills and literacies develop
believe that raising the dropout age will decrease the dropout rate, many cities with laws that lift the age limit are struggling to keep control of their education system. “21 plus the District of Columbia already have laws requiring students to stay in school until they are 18 or until they graduate, but some of them still have high dropout rates!”(Radio Interview with Missy Remiss on WSCH). Obviously, the laws are not working as planned and only contributing to more rebellion. Also, some people that have struggling families, drop out so that they can support their family financially by getting a full-time job. “ Rather than spending the day getting to school and back and feeling helpless, I decided to step up and look for a job to really help out at home.”(Letter by Marissa).
I love teaching when the learning in classroom is creative and tangible: When I can sense it in the quickening pace of a roundtable or a student’s visible delight in using newly learned jargon; when I can hear the excitement in students’ testimonials about mastering skills that “made a difference” or theories that transformed practices and perspectives. I count these as teaching successes and make it a habit to reflect on their origins so that I can recreate the conditions for their occurrence repeatedly. The material I teach will inform my philosophy of teaching: relevant scholarship, and the lesson I have learned from personal teaching successes and failures. Classroom activities and assignments will be student-led and compelled by students’
There is a problem with a lot of schools; the administrators think that the fine arts are not as important as sports they cut funding for The fine arts and to give that funding to the sports, this is a problem because the fine arts courses are you please important the students and teachers and schools. When the school cuts money for the arts, the programs suffers. This year there were quite a few classes that were cut, a third of them being arts classes. There were many students that were disappointed that the school board decided to cut these classes. The arts are important and deserve/need equality in the amount of funding and support that they get compared to the amount that the sports get.
All effective practitioners reflect to ensure that they are providing a high standard practice to ensure that children are provided with the chance/opportunity to strive for the best education (achieve their best). Reflecting on your own practice could be beneficial to a practitioner within the setting as they would be developing a clearer vision in thinking creatively as a skill and also the practitioner would be able to get a better understanding of others in the setting. By having a more clear understanding on the children you are working with in the setting would also enable practitioners to meet the individual needs of the children and make adjustments to activities if needed or provide the children with an individual educational plan
Some people at Webb City High School would be very angry to find out that they will no longer be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities due to their grades. The students who really want to play sports though would get into gear and get their grades up to prove that they deserve to play. What is a School without education? Pointless. Other people in the community believe that the “C rule” is not fair for the people who do not participate in any extracurricular activities because they will not be being punished.
Attending classes year round would be outrageous. If the students did attend classes year round it would be hard to spend time with family or friends, the students would have no beaks from homework, and wouldn’t get a 10-to 12-week summer break. Having year round classes is crazy, because students would be so bored with the same subjects every day and it would feel like summer is disappearing. The impacts of year round school would probably effect more people. The teachers would get so tired of the kids, that it would lack their ability to teach and for the students to learn.