During the school year, Marco used ongoing assessment data to tailor his lessons to his student’s needs. He would also use the knowledge he gained during his teacher preparation years such as continual progress monitoring to make adjustments. With the strategies Marco applied he was able to see progress in his students reading abilities. Next the study follow Destiny was hired to teach second grade in a high poverty school. She was faced with not having up-to-date material to use in the classroom.
At the beginning of the session, is appropriate to used more minimal encourager, but depending of client situation, paraphrasing also assists counsellor gaining accuracy in understanding. Paraphrasing in this session actually lesser, I just allow client to share without limit, it may lose precious moment to allow the client to “hear” their own thoughts and to focus on what he say and feel, which is very important to help client to gain
In our AIW group, we focused on higher order thinking and ways to help students increase their understanding. One example of working in my AIW group is when a colleague brought a tigers lesson for us to score where they were teaching the concept of compare and contrast. Through looking at the task and other materials provided then scoring the task, it was obvious that the students understood the basic concept but weren’t digging deeper to in what they read A suggestion I had to increase higher order thinking was to take a place that the student knew well and have them compare and contrast to the main setting of the book; the book’s school to our school, the city in
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).
I also possess excellent communication skills, I am a good listener and I can understand and share the feelings of others. All skills apart from the academic ones which are important to being a good teacher and demonstrates my willingness to go the extra mile. Studying and working in education has shown me that it is a challenging and rewarding career, but I believe my track record of dedication and hard work in both elements suggests that I can meet its demands. My commitment to providing a first-rate education for any child has seen me strive to gain as many additionally useful skills as
Anyon’s essay made me realize the way teachers actually go about educating their students. I was astonished by the way each teaching style had its own focus and rules. She explains that as the average social class of the students increases, the school’s way of educating becomes more open to let leaders or thinkers step up. The reason this essay amazed me is because I never looked at the way I was taught. After reading the essay, I can categorize how all my teachers informed me in my classes.
This means building learning skills, becoming adaptable, and following orders from superiors. The life lessons learned, both from the material and social experiences, have taught me a lot. I can go forward with a better understanding of people and the understanding sometimes I should trust what I am told to do from those in charge. I believe I have grown personally and am better suited from what is ahead of
Academic honor codes have been known to be beneficial to many people who had to follow one throughout their education career. Honor codes also give comfort to teachers and students who are constantly surrounded by people who may try to use their work as their own. Another reason honor codes are important is because they grow people’s character as they begin to make the rules their habits throughout their daily life. So next time you think about glancing over at someone's paper, stop and think about what may come from doing this. Resist the temptation and know that the grade you will get is a grade you
Another quote that supports is, “I believe being able to connect with students is only possible after learning how to connect with oneself.” This shows that it is good to connect with people and find out who they really are before you judge them. The last supportive quote is, “I believe that a good teacher eventually learns to welcome the child who will push her explode button, trample on her last nerve and ultimately expose a deeply hidden flaw.” This shows that even people that annoy you, you should tolerate because after time it will be easy to ignore them and become friends with them instead of hating them for their flaws. Throughout the text there are many words that set the tone. Some are good teacher, evolves, and eventually learns. The author uses “good teacher” to makes the audience
Accommodator (doing and feeling) - The Accommodating learning style is 'hands-on', and relies on intuition rather than logic. These people use other people's analysis, and prefer to take a practical, experiential approach. They are attracted to new challenges and experiences, and to carrying out plans. They commonly act on 'gut' instinct rather than logical analysis. Both Kolb’s learning stages and cycle tend to be used quite a lot by teachers to develop more appropriate learning opportunities for students today.
When my group turned the project in, and it was shown to the class my teacher rewrote the assignment according to what we did and used it as an example of great work when recruiting new people. As proud as I was in this project I knew I couldn’t stop there and continued to seek out opportunities to better myself and the environment around me. Some of the favorite things I have done include attending a cyber forensics seminar and obtaining an award in a coding event for best educational game. The reason I choose Embry-Riddle as opposed to
JD’s speech pathologists saw him during the school day for therapy, but were additionally responsible for educating all of his teachers about different accommodations that were needed for him to succeed. Group projects were a reoccurring difficulty in JD’s life. His mother and the speech pathologist made the entire school faculty aware of how damaging it can be to a child’s self-esteem to be left out of a group. I had never thought of this before. JD’s story made me aware that leaving students responsible for forming their own groups has the potential to do more harm than good.
After three quarters and over six months, I was able to go to an in depth interview with the teacher of the classroom that I peer tutor. Mr. Kanna the U.S. History teacher for juniors, has been working with me in order to help spread the knowledge further for the entire class. My role in the class is to help out the students in the classroom on any questions they have for U.S. History. Over the months, I have gotten into a routine, in which I help anyone who has a question for the home/classwork or to connect an event/person of the past to today or to be there for moral support in the class. I have personally take great joy in helping out the students in any way possible.