Therefore a good and effective teacher’s evaluation process should be potent in order to promote, repeat and place students in various learning stages. In evaluating the students the teacher collects, analyze and produces judgments. Based on the results the teacher then decides on actions that must be taken into consideration, including changes in aims or goals. It is the source of data on which the teacher will base his/her judgments about improvements and “fine tuning” to be made. The habit of evaluating over time will help the teacher develop a well-founded professional expertise because of the way in which they test out and check what they did, and as a result they can be more accurately informed about what works and what does not.
That is, I should always reflect on my work. For instance, when I teach in a class, I should reflect whether my lesson was well planned and the techniques used were correct. For me, the goal of this module is to provide opportunities for trainee teachers to see and feel teaching as a form of enquiry and as a continual learning
To apply formative assessment effectively in the classroom, teachers have to know about formative assessment principles so that they can optimize the opportunities for gathering evidence. In so doing, it helps improve students’ learning process. Black and William (1998a) “set out four main headings for formative assessment practice: sharing learning goals, questioning, self/ peer assessment and feedback”. o Sharing learning goals: teachers give students an opportunity to get involved in what they are learning through discussing and deciding the criteria for success, which they can then use to recognize proof of improvement. Hence, information about learning objectives as well as success criteria needs to be presented in clear, explicit language which students can understand.
Scrivener (2005: 24) agrees that good teachers have to create an atmosphere where the empathy and the authenticity are effective to complement the rapport in a lesson. All of these aspects are really important to consider when describing good English teachers because students look for feeling comfortable with teachers with such features, in order for students to feel secure enough to make questions and receive the most appropriate answers, which allow them developing their skills in learning a second
When my teachings are observed by my tutors and peers, I can say that one of my strengths is rapport throughout the teaching practices. I tried to provide pleasant lesson environment with my learners. According to my tutors, I could improve my TTT and language grading day by day. I always wanted to try a variety of teaching techniques in my lessons and according to my peers, I could manage it. In my written feedbacks, students are mostly engaged in lessons and there is a positive atmosphere with good involvement.
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.
Teacher should learn and develop in an area which he or she is aligned with, and directly related to, consistent with the academic goals of the school or local educational agency. Moreover he or she should be able to adapt new practices to the needs of every student. I believe, the first step for every teacher is to attempt to build good relationships with students. Moreover, it is important to have good interrelationships with colleagues and administrators. Being able to establish respectful and caring relationships with colleagues can enrich the work experience.
I believe cooperative learning is vital in the classroom: social skills improve, studies show memorization improves, new ideas are presented, and the students, for the most part, enjoy cooperative learning. Also, cooperative group work allows the students to build relationships between on another; this can lead to a more successful learning experience. Cooperative learning is also beneficial because it allows students from different academic rankings to intermingle. Students who have a better grasp of the material can help those who are struggling. Therefore, allowing cooperative learning in the classroom helps the learning experience of students in multiple
Thus, I feel to be a good teacher I can draw from this experience My teaching approaches and class presence have greatly improved and I know I have more confidence. Learning to work with peers and professional observers has helped me to realize my flaws and how to correct them. What is a good teacher? In my opinion to be a good teacher, one must
My courses have provided me with knowledge of how the school system works and of what goes into planning a lesson and preparing a classroom. I 've learned from my education professors that one of the most vital aspects of teaching is the knowledge of strategies and getting to know the students. If teachers are able to identify their students ' needs and know how to approach those needs, they will be able to reach all their students. This is a vital concept because classrooms are filled with different kinds of learners and our jobs as teachers is to provide them all with quality