For students to be able to collaborate in the rulemaking process shows that their voices are not only heard but valued in your classroom, which provides them with an enriching environment. In regards to managing my classroom using rewards and punishments, I believe that they can be beneficial to an extent for students. The overuse of rewards or punishments conditions them rather than intrinsically motivates them. If students are always being punished, they are only behaving in fear of consequence. When punishments are used in moderation, students are able to comprehend the reasoning behind the repercussions of their actions, and will then be more inclined to behave based upon their full understanding rather than the superficial conditioning
Allport believed that the set of labels that describe a particular person reflects that person’s central traits (those that are usually obvious to others and that organize and control behavior in many different situations). He also believed that people possess secondary traits (those that are more specific to certain situations and control far less behavior). Allport’s research helped to lay the foundation for modern research on personality traits. His focus on the uniqueness of each personality made it difficult to draw conclusions about the structure of personality in general (Bernstein,
The Carl Rogers theory of the self-concept will explain the development and structure of personality, whereas Victor Frankl’s theory will explain the meaning of life as a dynamic of personality. Carl Rogers’s personality
The two other theories are Fred Jones and Jacob Kounin. Kounin states his feeling of inadequacy in trying to help teachers, especially beginning ones, with problems of importance to them. Discipline is one problem frequently verbalized by teachers. However Jones says that the teacher must succeed in managing discipline and instruction. He also states that during the process of growth and change, training is the easy part of effective professional development.
Crucial Conversations also address uncomfortable conversations that can occur between an administrator and teachers, or other community stakeholders. These types of conversations encourage people to speak up and let their opinions be heard. An administrator’s goal with Crucial Conversations is to engage in dialogue with fellow school or district employees. Richard Pound, who wrote the article, “Breaking the Culture of Silence and Crucial Conversations,” says that the emphasis of dialogue results in good and informed decision-making. It also prevents employees from feeling “de-motivated, disengaged, and disinterested” (Pound 2).
We all have that undeveloped part of our mind that raises questions of taking part in different pleasures. The superego represents the concept of our inner conscience, which is also termed as our moral compass. This is often developed through our particular experiences in our social setting and therefore, brings in the social element. The ego provides rationality to human decision making in this case, and essentially describes what is “self” in other methodologies such as Jung’s theory of archetypes (Freud, 2011). Although we have different concepts present on personality, I still believe the original concept of Freud as having different parts of human nature conflicting with each other, has the capacity to explain personality development and its rational
I was effective when it came to thinking out of the box. Students learn differently, so I had to develop and utilize different strategies and techniques to influence every student. Moreover, what works for one student may not work for another. Therefore, teachers have to be creative and adaptive with their
We need to learn how the students learn and teach in that way. We need to work with the different programs and embed technology as much as possible. We need to try new things, accept that not all will work, but at least be willing to try. My favorite quality of a good teacher is the love. They must display to each student that they do care for them individually.
It might be difficult to make them understand all the rights and wrongs as their thinking might be affected by many factors around them. However, as a teacher it is a must to educate them to choose the correct path and ways that a society will accept them. Their good behavior or attitude will be seen if only the teachers have a good rapport with them. By understanding their interpersonal feelings the teacher can help them in several ways. As a first thing, to teach them to obey rules and regulations, I can make classroom rules and
Trait theorist believe that peoples personalities can be identified by looking at traits or behavior that people show, are people showing characteristics of shyness or are they social, are they pessimist or optimist or are they passive or aggressive. Carl Jung helped in the launching of trait approaches, he did this by with his work of traits using the terms of extroversion and introversion in personality theories, and he believed that people can have tendencies of extroversion and introversion but one is more dominant than the other (personality). Extroversion is the tendency to look at things of the outside world and introversions look at things inside the self like feelings and experiences. Carl Jung used the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator