• They become more acceptable to the school or community because this ones becomes use to them, • person-cantered planning means that the learner becomes an active participant in their own plans for their own future Fostering relationships Fostering relation is important to any child more so children with SEN. it is when a personal social relationship is built with any child. I have seen first-hand the benefits of this, and how effective it can prove to be. It makes the children happy, and gain more sell esteem. Their parents feel even better because they perceive that their children are starting to get a bit of love, and feel a sense of belonging among their pairs, tutors, coaches etc. The duty of the parents, teachers, tutors, facilitators etc., is to teach children how to make friends and keep them.
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.
The first reason listed by Jillian Mourning in her article is just that. Students are actively engaged in what they are doing when they are manipulating the technology to the desires of their teacher. A well designed lesson around the use of technology can use its inquisitive nature to help push student participation. Active engagement is what allows students to have their natural desires to know or learn something come from themselves. This internal drive will create lifelong learners and will lead to more engaging lessons in the future.
Lesson plans often incorporate activities which are fun and interesting but linked to the learning objective, therefore hooking the children’s imagination so they become motivated to take part. Ultimately we are trying to motivate children so they remain engaged, focused and on task so they complete activities and achieve the desired learning outcome. Young people and children are
Make the effort to create meaningful conversations: This is the optimal time to incorporate positive modeling so that children can have the chance to learn appropriate social skills, by watching parents and teachers in their daily interactions with others. On the same hand, interactions with children themselves are just as important. They will begin to open up and really express themselves when they see that others are truly invested in what they are saying. This all plays an important part in creating self-confidence and self-esteem. 2.
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.
Work with him or her in ways that honor his or her needs of feeling important. First build a positive teacher-student relationship. Even though the child is misbehaving let the child feel you still care about them, include them in activities, and recognize their success. Secondly, reinforce progress and effort. Let the child hear when they are doing good and improving.
When we encourage them for their initiative, the children begin to feel industrious and therefore feel confident in their ability to achieve their goals but if the child’s initiative is not encouraged, or if the parents or the teacher restrict it, the child begins to feel inferior and doubts his own abilities and may therefore not reach their potential. McLeod, S. A.
2. Generally I feel that my work in the class is a positive addition to the children’s learning, an extra person in the classroom means more support for the teacher and so more individual help for the children. I think it is very gratifying when I help a child understand a problem and so build their confidence. Feedback I get on my performance is very positive and helpful. 3.
According to Small Business () the benefits of positive feedback are that it "promotes engagement" in the classroom and with assigned tasks, "boosts performance" in both that class and other classes and that it "encourages wanted behaviours" in class among their peers. So perhaps by providing more positive feedback in the classroom, it can lead to a more positive environment and provide the students with motivation the reach and exceed their