The point of this article is basically being there for them, teach them how to be independence, have someone to be in their life that we care about them. When the kids have trouble of reading, spelling, studying, we tutorial them and give them practice skills to work on their weakness to work on. We teach them how to control their emotions. When you have a friendly relationship is to always let them know that you care about them and show them develop trust to them, have that special bond with them. It is important to teach students about the classroom rules, schools rules, daily routines, learn to practice new skills in the classroom and out of the classroom, and now their school schedule and outside of school schedule.
Educators have the responsibility to create a safe learning environment in which students feel accepted and confident to learn. I think that the first way to foster and support the emotional and moral development of children is teaching our students that everyone is different from each other. Students have to know that everyone has different talents, abilities and limitations. Teachers as well as students have to label people in the correct way. For example, a student who struggles at the time of learning must be called student with learning disabilities instead of learning disable student.
I believe this type of well-organized schedule helps the children to know what is expected of them. Also, the hands on approach between the students and the teacher allows for individualized learning for the children. Finally, I found their purposely using open ended questions to encourage the children into thinking for themselves during the Choice Time to be an excellent teaching method. 2. Provide a descriptive personal or professional observation that is similar to the concept you selected from the video (use initials in place of a child’s name).
• Furthermore, Piaget also talked about Discovery learning. This relates to the idea that children learn best through doing and actively exploring. This shall suit my subject area as in a Physical Education class, much practice are involved, this will best suit my students to be engaged thoroughly in class. • According to Piaget 's theory children should not be taught certain concepts until they have reached the appropriate stage of cognitive development.
Social solidarity means social order. Through education, children learn shared values and beliefs, whilst feeling part of the community, developing a sense of national identity. (Fulcher & Scott, 2011) Durkheim argued that schools should enforce rules, with punishments to follow if the rules are broken. This taught children self-discipline, understanding the importance of morals, and recognise that misconduct leads to a damaged society. (Haralambos & Holburn, 2008) Durkheim suggested: ‘It is by respecting the school rules that the child learns to respect rules in general, that he develops the habit of self-control and restraint simply because he should control and restrain himself.
Glasser believes that people who are behaving in inappropriate ways do not need help to find a defence for their behaviour to change. Instead, they need help to acknowledge their behaviour as being inappropriate and then to learn how to act in a more logical and productive manner. The four basic needs are (1) to belong and love. (2) to have sufficient power and control, (3) to be free, and (4) to have fun. Thus, when students’ needs are not fulfilled, students turn to be disruptive and misbehave in school.
Piaget and Maslow: Teaching the whole child Exceptional educators keep their fingers on the pulse of what their students need, in order to teach them effectively. Examining Piaget and Maslow’s theories, and applying them to the classroom will facilitate achieving this goal. Considering Piaget’s focus on development, and Maslow’s prioritization of human needs, one can integrate these ideas into classrooms and lesson plans that are optimized for student success.
Although, children should really be encouraged to think of their own questions, taking greater responsibility for their learning (Loxley et al., 2014). Hollins et al. , (2001) agrees with the use of questioning to prompt the children during a fair test, stating how the teacher can help refine a prediction for the children by the use of open-ended
Response to Intervention (RTI): A Guide for Family Members and Staff Developed for use in k-5 schools Purpose: This guide will outline the “what”, “where”, “who”, “why”, and “how”s of RTI. What is Response to Intervention (RTI)? Response to Intervention (RTI) is an educational model, designed for use in both general education and special education,to advance educational outcomes for all students and aids struggling students by focusing on how students respond to individualized intervention.
In this juncture, the researcher gives three significant advantages which are it can boost the children’s personality, be more responsible as a student and as an individual and mainly develop children in academics and relationships in school. Understand and develop potency and capability as we help families in their job to cultivate children (National Association for the Education of Young Children (1998). Therefore, there is an importance task that families need to accomplish. Meaning the task for parents at hand must be well understood and executed .
As an aspiring counselor having the knowledge of theories will be a useful tool to assist and serve students in their developmental journey. Student development theories allow educators to get a sense of where students stand in terms of their development as a person. It is important to realize that every student is unique and possess their own strengths. And as educators, it is also to crucial meet the student where they are and be engaging in developing the whole person. Using a holistic approach that takes into account their physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
According to the text, self-determination is respect for a client’s own choices. The reason this is difficult to do when working with children's is that they don't understand that their environment may be harmful to them and might think their situation is normal and the same with other families. For example, a child, who needs to be removed from an abusive household, might prefer to be with their family than some random stranger. For example, in the book, "The Glass Castle", which is based on a true story, the children in the book were lived in very poor conditions, were barely fed by their parents, and were also neglected by their parents, but the children never seek out help because their father constantly told that child protective services