In his essay, Freire talks about education being similar to political oppression because students don 't get to take part. He believes that the student and the teacher should learn from each other, similar to the Montessori learning style. Montessori classrooms typically provide hands-on activities and they allow the student to be creative. When I was growing up I went to a Montessori school, and I can personally say that the hands-on learning helped me a lot because I think that I can learn better if I actually practice the task that is given to me. I think that students will learn better if they get to practice school work in class, instead of the teacher doing all of the work.
Personally, I think this is very useful to us PE Teachers to understand this fact so as to plan and for the betterment of our students also. • According to Piaget (1958), assimilation and accommodation require an active learner, not a passive one, because problem-solving skills cannot be taught, they must be discovered. This shall be very helpful to me as a PE trainee mostly in practical class, where my students will be actively participating while
Students in home-school will meet with more people working in different fields, which will help the students know common senses of life. However, when the students graduate from the high schools and first enter the society, the students educated in home schooling have already adapted to the society, which will help them easily face social pressure. Thus, home schooling doesn’t restrain the perception of society for the students. Students walk out of the houses, facing the reality of society. Home schooling can help students form an independent habit, without depending on the help from teachers and other students in school.
These skills can actually be continuously developed and evaluated with the help of a lunch break. Also, as children develop these skills, they get to know themselves better and become open minded when it comes to other people, their habits, customs, traditions, etc. What is the point of education when our students still cannot question things or be open minded to different things in their atmosphere. This is truly the way we can contribute in building a peaceful
At Naganahalli and Nadikur, the government higher primary school showed us the very good example of and the importance of community participation and Namma Shaale Plus. The school’s active participation in the community starting from education , drop outs to health care was really worth seeing. Head mistress also told us about the school involvement with special need children wherein teachers go to child’s home and teach them basic skill helping them to do basic things in their regular life on their own. Community was made stakeholders and given ownership of the school giving them the as the part of working In the community young people who passed out from the same school having sense of awareness and responsibility took active participation in these activities working on the idea of inclusiveness. The children go for yearly medical checkups and schemes like SSA RMSA RTE MDM and ‘Ksheerabagya yojana’ etc.
Some people will say that PE is just a waste of time and that you just play games. Although you do play games, PE is actually teaching children/students how to be accountable, dependable personal. An example of this is in, The Values of Inclusive PE when it says that PE, “...reveals a culture of respect and community values…” Respect is a great benefit to physical education classes. When playing or completing challenges with teams, against opponents, students are learning how to communicate with one another as well as be a good sport and respect the opponents. If you want your child to grow up to be person that people can trust and enjoy, it’s time to understand that PE in
Reaching out to today's youth would seem to be a good way to start. As we already have a system in place to educate our next generation in the public school system. Keeping physical education the same, teaching sports rules and teamwork, but in addition teach today's youth the importance of healthy living through proper nutrition and broadening their ideals of physical activity. Supplying students with the knowledge of healthy food choices and giving them the opportunity to experience healthy food choices through preparation and taste. Giving the students the chance to experience these choices may be the most prominent way of reaching them.
Thanks to the staff members of the school, I am able to operate confidently using the internet and Moodle as all lecture notes, class activities and assignments are posted on Moodle for students to excess. Comparing to secondary schools where we had to copy from the board and into our exercise books. The academic criteria for assessments and the amount of time spent in class in secondary schools is different from University. Students at the secondary level are always under strict supervision while at the University students have access to a bit of freedom but are expected to behave maturely. Students who lived with their families and go to school as day students in secondary schools eat fresh and healthy food at home and have privacy to their own rooms, bathroom and toilet.
They trust that their children will be safe with me and trust that I will teach them and give them the education that they deserve. English essayist Chesterton wrote, “Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another” ( Guillaume, 2016, p.29). As teachers we are the building blocks for our students education. In my Art class I try to expose my students to many things and try to show them that with a good education and hard work they can accomplish and do anything that they put their mind too. Even as a teacher, I learn from my students everyday.
How can we be so globalized if not for this activity in class? Being in a crowd of students and teachers, all with different personalities, cultures, beliefs, opinions, upbringing and so on help to improve and enhance our socialization skills. This allows us to know how to interact and deal with different people in different situations or circumstances. Imagine you are learning at home since young as an online student, you are never exposed to others since you were young other than your families. Will you know that there are different races in cosmopolitan countries like Singapore and some food you eat can be an insult to