During the interview she gave me good advices such as: do not be afraid on the first day of the class and during the whole semester; let children see you as a confident professional and caring person; evaluate and reflect on how you teach and how your outcomes look like; always grow. Then we talked about how to promote the intellectual, social, emotional, physical growth and well-being of children. She said that in her situation she is aware of where her students are. She tries to create a comfortable, safe environment for them. She always know which student needs extra help with which subject.
Students felt comfortable and genuinely happy to be in the classroom. The teacher has a positive attitude towards her students and teaching. She smiled, she took time to say hello, and asked how their weekends were. During their conversations, she would maintain eye contact with the students. During instructional time, she was prepared for the upcoming lesson and follow-up.
Oestara has gained lots of confidence in making new friends and being an active participant in group learning activities. She has learned to communicate her ideas and feelings to the class with confidence and independence. Oestara shows respect and active listening to the ideas of her peers. She has adjusted to our daily routine, and is independent and responsible with her belongings. Oestara attentively listens to stories and shows a love for developing her own storytelling and listening to other’s ideas and stories.
Character and personality As a beginning teacher, I believe in building relationships with the students, parents, and community. I think that volunteering and being involved in the community is a very important role as a teacher. It demonstrates that you care about your students life, seeing them and engaging with them outside of the school atmosphere. With students, I feel that I have the ability to relate content to students by being energetic. I think your voice needs to show passion, especially in read alouds.
When I think back to my placement and reflect on what I wanted to achieve the most, it was to connect with my students and build a relationship. The relationships I had with my teachers from school have clearly had a direct effect on me. Students can tell exactly how you are feeling by the way you act in class and it can be hard to hide these emotions. When I teach material that
Something I was repetitively told in elementary school is the importance of being a leader, and everyday I am thankful that I listened to my teachers back then. I can honestly say at the time it was just something drilled into my mind like math or reading but I did not completely understand what it really meant; however, today I can confidently say that I fully understand what it means to posses this quality. Because I demonstrate dependability and integrity in extracurricular roles, industriousness and human compassion while planning events for my current high school, and character through volunteering, I embody the quality that is leadership. To begin, I demonstrate dependablity while in the roles of the National Honors Society Vice President
Some of the advantages of being a school counselor are, according to Ben, the challenges of working out problems with students. Ben also likes working with other people. For me personally, I think the challenge is a disadvantage, because when I am under pressure, I start to freak out. What I found surprising about A Day in the Life of a school counselor is that a person in that field actually teaches a class. Also what surprised me me was that school counselors do not have much time to be alone and think, they are always moving, as with any other teacher.
Often during instruction Johan gets sidetracked. It is important that Johan works on his listening skills in gym class. Also sometimes during cooperative games Johan gets frustrated with his classmates and chooses not to participate. It is important that Johan seeks teacher assistance, so we can work through issues together. I know you can do it Johan!
In the in-class exercises, I always join the discussion actively, sometimes I will be the counselor, sometimes I will be the group member. I believed that what I did in the exercise and other group member’s involvement can make all member engaged in the exercise. So, I think it is a thing that I appreciate myself. The second thing
The students were highly engaged. I could say that the concepts to be learn were explicitly linked to ELLs’ background experience and past learning. I listened to the teacher’s speech and voice projection, it was appropriate (not too slow, not too fast), and she emphasized the importance of being respectful/active listeners. She ensured that each students had sufficient time to respond to her questions, and clarify if a student seemed confused (regarding the objectives). As the students did the group work, Mrs. Carbone foster noticing.
She strives to implement various methods for the teaching and learning of all students. Her dedication to the education world is evident daily! 4f - Miss Hannan demonstrated a high level of professionalism during her practicum experience. She presented strong characteristics of honesty, integrity, and confidentiality in her dealing with others. Miss Hannan has grown as an educator and continued to strengthen her teaching skills during this semester.
He allows the class to lead the discussion that empowered them to become involved in the learning process. The classroom was extremely respectful of other student’s opinions and even when they disagreed were able to reach an agreement. Questions were accepted and carefully considered in his classroom. The overall experience in his classroom is extremely positive. He promotes a positive learning experience and includes all of the students.
I witnessed firsthand a variety of modifications that I can use to help my students with exceptionalities in my own classroom one day. The teachers really showed love in everything that they did and it gave the students a desire to do their
Rafael displays readiness and dedicated for school. He’s always one of the students walking into classroom radiating positive energy. He clearly demonstrates a sense of seriousness about his schoolwork by acting upon feedback and committing to additional support that is being provided at home. His peers are eager to have him part of collaborative groups due to his ability to get along with anyone. This appear to be a transference his experiences and work with his athletic team.
Cooperative learning also creates self-confidence in each student by allowing them to be a part of a group and working together to create a common goal. - Direct instruction. With its structure, direct instruction can be one of the most powerful tools in providing instruction, for both children with and without disability. We use procedures that are grounded and systematic, providing sound teaching and learning principles. We ensure that our teachers are organized with the content needed to provide a cohesive learning environment.