Azuman who taught me that people who have no dreams of the future will not fly far away, if I put my mind to accomplishing my goal I could make it. She inspired me to be the best and success in my life. I could be anything I wanted to be. As I have grown, I had the good teachers in my previous school, some whom I am surrounded by daily who inspire me to set out to accomplish my dreams. I remember that great teachers were good at explaining content, were patient yet firm with students, were always fair, set high expectations, knew how to motivate, and used humour appropriately.
This is also one of the best contributing factors for their rapport. These actions leads the children to trusts her and to talk to her. The children view her as someone that truly cares about their wellbeing. Something that truly stood out to me was the level of planning that went into the teacher’s classroom, class management and how the wall art was being
Inclusion is key, by providing extra support all pupils have been advantage for learning, helping to build confidence, self-esteem and independence. This will allow them to succeed their full potential along with their classmates. Anti- discrimination; this is the idea that every teaching assistant is fair to each pupil reaguarding gender, race, religion, cultural or social background, disability or sexual orientations. They must comply with school policies and promote anti- discriminatory practices with all pupils in order to create a friendly and happy work environment. C. Celebrating diversity.
Machado states that, “good listening habits are especially important in school situations (2013, p227). If a teacher expects the students to listen to him or her, and give them their undivided attention, then as teachers we should give them the same respect and listen to them. It means a lot to a child if we bend down to their level and really listen to them. This makes the student feel special and that the teacher is truly listening to them and interested in what they have to say. I feel it is very important to lend an ear to every student and make them feel significant and really cared for.
She remembers their character and how they made her feel. She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
I believe that outstanding teachers are committed to teaching. They are patient, courteous, punctual, always prepared, unbiased and are good listeners who support their students emotional and academic needs. They know all their students well and establish a positive classroom environment by accepting their student 's unique personalities and abilities where students feel free to share ideas without fear and judgment. Furthermore, outstanding teachers understands that teaching is a group effort. Therefore, they create a mutually respectful and honest relationship with students, parents, and anyone involved in the learning process.
Although you have good intentions to tell your friend the truth, you still are using her in a way. Examples like this happen all the time. To support your family, get into college, and other life events, you have to use people. For example, aren’t you using the people who wrote you recommendation letters? You are being extremely nice to them and get to know them in hopes that they will convince a committee to accept you into the school.
Also, the environment and the people is so nice and encouraging. It’s nice to know you have a support system when it comes to anything school or life will throw at you which is exactly what Thomas Moore provides. First off, Thomas Moore has everything I need to be successful in my work and even more than I knew I needed.
My strengths are that I have a strong understanding of the school’s organization and goals and encourage the school to be involved in the improvement of the wider community. As key stage coordinator I feel I am approachable and always available for people to speak personally about their professional development or personal lives, but always give my team of teachers the freedom to tackle situations in their own classrooms using their own judgement. (Northouse, 2006) My team of teachers and children I teach are secure in their knowledge of my expectations, morals and ethics. The colleges I asked for feedback comment’s were varied, some enjoyed the freedom I gave them while others felt that this was in fact showed lack of participation in my management style (The Full Range Leadership Model). My goal for the is to make all teachers under my management to feel empowered if to feel that I am making making decisions based on all of their concerns, not just the more vocal people.