This will allow them to succeed their full potential along with their classmates. Anti- discrimination; this is the idea that every teaching assistant is fair to each pupil reaguarding gender, race, religion, cultural or social background, disability or sexual orientations. They must comply with school policies and promote anti- discriminatory practices with all pupils in order to create a friendly and happy work environment. C. Celebrating diversity.
Gale indicates that a student 's social context can determine 70% of their level of success in education. Only the remaining 30% is determined by other factors such as the quality of teaching that they receive. He states that for some students, coming to school is like “entering a different world”. Therefore, teachers need to make a particular effort to help students from lower socio-economic backgrounds access the contents of their virtual schoolbag, and make use of their cultural capital. One way that a teacher can ensure that the cultural capital of all students is recognised, understood, and valued is by fostering a strong home-school connection with the families of all students (Ewing, 2013.
It allows them to be busier and engaged to the learning strategies that they are learning. It helps the teachers and students to push students to get their work done on time to get their credits in a faster way with good grades which will bring a smile on their faces and make them feel proud of themselves. Also, you get a fantastic experience that no one will ever regret when they graduate. Also, the teachers have to do less marking than regular high school years, for instance, if the class is significant, the teacher cannot teach everyone at once. So, this gives an opportunity to everyone who takes school year-round everyone will be able to maintain at the same pace when the teacher is teaching the whole class.
The video “Beyond F.A.T. City: Look Back, Look Ahead-Conversation about Special Education”is an excellent source to utilize for special education teachers, parents, and general teachers alike. Richard D. Lavoie has a direct approach on helping children with disabilities succeed. The in-depth discussion opens the eyes of teachers and parents regarding what is fair in the classroom, how to bring the concepts of fairness to the home environment, and the importance of not assuming things about individuals. Richard D. Lavoie defines fairness in the classroom as everyone gets what he or she needs (Beyond, 2005). Many children believe that fairness means that everything is equal, however, that is not the case, especially in an educational setting.
Many teenagers would agree the last place that they want to be is in school. This attitude is evident in both “I Go Along”, and “I Just Wanna Be Average”. However, as much as some may defy school, it is undeniable that education opens up opportunities to those of all academic levels. For instance, after attending the accelerated English class’ field trip, Sharon encourages Gene to excel in school.
You have to pull yourself together and be active in school. Everyone can be something great if they just study hard enough. That’s what the president of the United States, Barack Obama, says in his speech from 2009. He visits the first day of school in Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, and tries to give the students a pep talk. He wants the students to be hardworking and take responsibility for their own lives.
If the cause is something students are interested in, as they are, they will work for not only the prize, but the cause as well. ** If the school and district are serious about protecting our students, setting up fundraisers and events will not be a hassle and be worth it in the long run. Schools should be the one place that kids can feel safe, protected, and free from harm. But, unfortunately, the
A universal intervention is a method or methods used regularly within a classroom, which will offer help to most students within a classroom. While a selected intervention is an accommodation or modification made to assist a specific child or group of children when needed. If all children received these modifications or accommodations it would possibly be harmful to their education. An accommodation is a change in how you give the student the information and or assessment, requiring the same outcome that is expected from all students. Things such as taking a quiz in a quiet area or having extra time.
Multitasking is a way I survive and to be honest as possible I am a Master of multitasking. Multitasking is doing multiple things all at one time and to deal with more than one task at the same time. I am a Hard Core Multitasker that is not too bad I know Pro’s.
Throughout high school, I have not missed many days even when I am sick because I follow through with my commitment of being a student and am liable for getting my work done and being on time. Positive behavior should always be demonstrated wherever
We also provide our students tools to learn to be accountable for their own individual learning, creating self-confidence and awareness of their individual success. At Ronald Reagan Middle School, we believe that a teacher is obligated, morally, to enter each classroom with
I feel that the consequence policy had appropriate consequences for different violations, I thought that having different consequences for different levels of offenses was a good idea for the elementary school. Consequences are extremely important for students to learn how to behave and what is and is not appropriate for them to do in school. The curriculum enforcement policy ties directly into my group (the curriculum committee). The curriculum enforcement policy had different parts that were incorporated into it that all passed, most of the policy focused directly on having the teachers collaborate with one another. As a future educator I agreed with the policy immensely, I feel that in order to have a successful teaching staff collaboration is key.
Timeliness is the key to be able to manage work. If you are punctual you will get everything done on time. I’m a Rockstar VA because I never stop learning. If there new methods, techniques and technology, I am very willing to learn. I explore all resources in order for me to familiarize anything new to me.
In today’s education world, children are coming to our schools with different family, racial, ethnic, and religious upbringings; therefore, as an educational leader I will have to demonstrate an appreciation to all the diversity within our school community. I will have to plan and develop policies and procedures that support our diverse family. As a leader, I will have to research the different cultures that will exist within my school in order to treat everyone fairly, equitably, and with dignity and respect. According to ISLCC standard 6 the administrator should ensure the environment in which schools operate is influenced on behalf of students and their families.
Means all children that attend school are given the education that they deserve. Children will be in age appropriate classes and will be supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects within school. No child will be left out whatever age, gender, disability or learning needs. Equality Means giving all children the support time and guidance they need so the child can reach their full potential.