In addition, I want my students to know I’m here to make their journey through school an exciting and pleasurable experience. My students should always be ready to ask questions and not be ashamed of asking questions. As for classroom rules, I believe they shouldn’t be overbearing and unrealistic. I believe rules should be short, sweet, and simple e.g., treat others the way you want to be treated. In addition, the rules the school provides should be adhered to.
They would also not want to pay attention in class. People that think that we should have school later think that this will help them but it will actually not because if you are in a sport you will get home later and have to do all their homework in the morning and rush and probably not get as good of grades as they usually
The kids there was very disrespectful which made it hard for those who wanted to learn. I wouldn’t learn nothing even if I would show up which also was one of the reasons I didn’t feel the need to attend. I felt as if the teachers wasn’t doing their job as they should as far as teaching the students what it is they needed to know as well as enforce the rules and policies upon them.
I have hard times dealing with students who are impatient and waiting for the bell to ring. Students who are disrepectful when we are discussing the lesson. I also have a hard time getting their full attention because they are busy on making fooling things towards their classmates. Sometimes they expect rewards from us every time that we go to their classrooms. Then I came to realize that being a teacher is a no easy job.
As you can see other teachers incorporate the students phones in their learning. If teachers set certain rules like they don 't even want to see it out on your desk, it 's ridiculous it 's not hurting anything if it 's just sitting there. It 's just gonna push the students away it will make them want to go it more. If you just set some standard rules that can accommodate them too they will cooperate with the teachers. Giving that it could cause a distraction for some, but if people just try and create some activities to incorporate into class time they will that they are trusted to use them but for school work related.
Students will be greeted in the hallway every morning prior to entering the classroom. I will make eye contact with all of the students throughout the day during school in order to acknowledge them and affirm respect. Additionally, there will be a zero tolerance for bullying. Students will be encouraged to help one another by offering shared support. By lending support to their peers, students will be able to form cohesive relationships (Saphier, Haley-Speca & Gower, 2008, p.
How much are teachers responsible for the manners and personality of the child and when should the parents step out and take things into their own hands? It’s true that in the past teachers were using physical contact to establish their authority in the classroom and no body found that weird or illegal, however times have changed and so did people. Different generations require a different approach and physical contact or disciplining a child whit a stick or pulling the hair is out of the question and even banned by the law. Nowadays schools and teacher in particular have to find a creative way to stimulate children to love school and they also have to find alternative ways to create a positive atmosphere in the classroom and a healthy working environment. It seems that teachers can’t do wonders in the classroom, especially not if the child has different manners or is thought
Sometimes it is difficult even to get parents to come to school. In this case, professor says, teachers are left with no other choice but visit students’ home. This actually does not happen at my school. We cannot intrude on parents’ privacy. The only thing we can do is to send them a letter saying that they need to visit the school.
Only when I satisfy this level of needs, then I will be able to provide them with a safe and secure environment (safety needs) that is clean and conducive. Mutual respect is very important in school and is shown through the daily routine. For example, greeting each other (both teachers and students) before the start of the lesson to make them understand that we treat everyone as valued and capable people. The conditions in the classroom plays a major role in students’ motivation to learn and achieve. I conducted the pre activity using pictures related to the unit and PowerPoint design related to the topic, so as to trigger their interest.
Usually, I prefer to sit in the back of the class and not interact with my peers, or teacher, especially when it’s a whole group discussion. Up until this year, I have never been one to participate in class, rather it be asking questions or sharing my opinion. I always had a fear of speaking my mind and could never get the words out. It has been a mix of new found confidence and preparation that has allowed me to truly engage in the conversation happening in front of me. Although I felt like I was making great progress when it came to speaking in class, I feel like I did not use my resources effectively.