They are effective in holding teachers and schools accountable for student achievement. They can be and are used to make sure teachers are aware of what their students need to know and are helping them achieve success. Test scores are public record and therefore help schools remain accountable for student achievement and success. Because the tests are always the same, administered the same way and scored the same way, they are almost perfectly objective. Imagine that you are teaching a lesson and want to know how effective your teaching is.
I learned a lot about myself as a teacher and how to help these students individually without neglecting the rest of the class while tending to their needs. It wasn't difficult for me to walk by Kiden's desk and praise her for what she was doing, or give her praise during whole group interaction. However, this meat the world to her and boosted her self confidence in the skill and concepts that were being taught. In the same way I was able to help Kiden, I was also able to help Pau and Georgia with the things they needed such as reading the instructions to them one-on-one or checking in on them throughout the assessment just to make sure they were on the right track. Overall, this learning experience has taught me how to treat each student individually but also teach concepts as a whole group.
ASAM 100 has been one of the most insightful classes I have taken in college—so far! Through this class, I was able to learn a great deal about my culture and about myself as a person. In retrospect to my first “Why ASAM?” essay, I still believe that it is important for everybody to learn about their culture sometime throughout their life. I was able to learn about various topics such as: the issues of my culture, the traditions of my culture, how others view individuals of my culture, and more. Throughout this class, I learned about the Model Minority Myth and its effect on individuals of Asian background, I learned about issues that other Asian Americans faced through the video, Asian American Voices, and I learned to grow as a writer.
Passions and personality aside, I feel I have a good theoretical understanding of the many day to day situations I may face on my social work placement. In terms of educational background in the last five years I have achieved a National Diploma in social science and social work and gone on to receive a first class honors degree in sociology and criminology. There is however, so much more to be learnt. I strongly believe that, to truly understand these theoretical underpinnings I need to put them in to practice. This is something I have begun on my MA program in which we undertake weekly practice skills sessions.
The behaviour we observed is models. In social life, children encompassed with effective people like parents, siblings, friends, tv characters and teachers etc. They attract to certain people and encode the behaviour and later imitate the behaviour interest to them regardless whether it is appropriate or inappropriate for them. MEDITATIONAL PROCESS: it is referred as a bridge between traditional learning theory and cognitive approach. Bandura believes that individuals are effective "informative processors" and always anticipate the connection between their behaviour and its outcome and such factor involved in the learning process to evaluate if the new response is accomplished.
other children, teachers, an employee or trainee, this is encouraged within the idea of inclusion. Every learner should be given the opportunity to participate to the economy of the country and by them learning all the time is a way of helping them to achieve this. Children helping to plan their own work will help them to make plans for their own future. Fostering-relationships, many parents feel that education have not supported this fully with children that have special educational needs. Encouraging children to form social relationships is a vital part of the childâ€™s happiness, well-being and prospects.
LC likes the fact that she can introduce the information to her children via the computer, take quizzes, and play games while educating her children on the dangers of substance abuse. LC appreciates this approach to teaching her children. She wants to make the learning process fun, interesting and a family involved educational experience. LC believes her children are in the first stages of substance abuse and if they tackle this as a family in a positive manner, the children will learn and not feel shame. Adaptation occurs in this instance when LC expresses interest in the website version of teaching.
Additionally, not only that but also to work on community service project on bullying has really allowed me to serve as teacher helper. I liked how I was able to assist student to make poster on bullying. It was fantastic experience to help students in class to come up with ideas on how they can serve through different ways
Educators are observers and designers who have to observe children’s abilities, interests and learning styles for designing a curriculum that fulfill everyone’s needs. Observers also play an important role on noticing individual differences and offering help to children who have lower ability to improve
It is mentioned in the theory that, those are in this age is very good at think about a situation with predefined result, also to form a hypotheses. On my teaching, I noticed that my students always likes to think about the hypotheses and to find out results of their own experience. So, generally I assigned them lessons, with a hypotheses on each of their work. So, these help them to reach their target. Lawrence Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development Unlike the Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development, Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development and the Piaget’s Cognitive Development, Lawrence Kohlberg’s theory is up on three levels.
The La Raza Ethnic Study Program would not be successful without use of the theory of pedagogy. This form of learning is a symbiotic experience between the students and the teachers promoting group feedback and growth. I believe this documentary did a great job showing this process through the actions of the students as well as the teachers. Traditional teaching is based on administering regurgitated facts that can hold back the student from critical thinking. In this film, you are able to see the students engaging with each other and the teachers expressing cultural dialogue and conscience thought.
I personally really appreciated this book because of the positive view of being yourself and the impact of having friends who support you, regardless how “cool” or “uncool” they may be. I feel as though many middle school students can relate to this, because during this time students are trying to fit in and figuring out their friend group etc. and there are many instances of bullying during these hard/awkward years. Having a friend group that accepts your differences and positively influences you to be yourself is so important and that’s what I loved most about the Gang of Five. I also appreciated how this book discussed the topic of name-calling, especially Joe’s story of his peers calling him names because he is gay.
From having this opportunity, I was able to “put a face” with a particular MSD. It established connections of the information gained from the textbook to an actual individual with a MSD. For example, I was having difficulty distinguishing between the common nonspeech clinical signs of PD (bradykinesia, akinesia, and postural abnormalities); however, having the opportunity to view the signs in person helped me picture the differences between them. All participants appeared to enjoy the group session indicating that it is a great resource to provide emotional and practical support for families with
I do good on my standardized test. I always get a good score for my standardized test. I consider myself a good test taker. I believe I am a good test taker because I like to study in class before the test. I also think I am a good test taker because I also like to study and make sure that I really understand that material.
My favorite video was Tim Bedleys. I really enjoyed his approach to teaching the children. From the beginning he explained to the children the problem at hand, which was the class was not reaching consensus. He did so in a way that enabled the children to comprehend the problem, and established that he wanted the class to resolve the problem. He also maintained the class very well during the group activities by previously assigning roles.