In happy times and even in hard times, they have to know how to survive with what they have. Let them always know that with the support of each other you can achieve anything in life. Positive thoughts will always keep your mind straight and clear no matter what. • Tears also a part of life. You’re the only person in the world who can teach the kids the way of facing the hard times in life.
The parents are the most important thing in a child’s life. From the moment they open their eyes they are learning. One of the first things they see, hear, smell, and touch are their parents, children watch and learn from their parents. Children mimic their parent’s behaviour and actions.
Child Development Environment affects everyone greatly, it contributes to what makes someone who they are. Historically, humans have shown, they are able to adapt easily in any situation they are put in, more specifically children have the tendency to do things that they observe. “Set an example” is what most people hear while being around children because children do not know any better than to do what others do. Everyone mainly bases their decisions on what they see around themselves. The work environment influences an employee life, just like school would for a student, well, daycare is the same way for children, it contributes to a child's personality, morality, motives, and many more character aspects.
It will prepare me in my future if I would be a mother. It gives me knowledge about some changes that might experience by some teenagers were I did not experience when I was teen. It gives me full understanding how the mothers feel at all raising kids, letting them go on what they will do in their life. Our mother experiences many things and they have also needed an outlet, which can get and give ideas in raising kids. They (mother) want to protect their kids as much but they need also to accept that kids have many choices and have their own decisions.
Introduction It is important as teacher that we provide an environment that maximizes student learning. Thesis: A school designed a combined program between teachers. Mr Gino a secondary teacher decided to collaborate with Mrs Vans a primary teacher. Using this scenario, we can understand the significant contribution of Piaget and Vygotsky as well as their limitations. Influences of Cognitive Development Piaget’s major achievement is his understanding of cognitive development.
Bruner Piaget influenced Bruner on his research about Child development, he believed that learning is an active process and that learners need to develop their own knowledge and ideas using their current or previous knowledge. The effective instruction includes: • Personalized: instruction should relate to learner’s experiences that motivates the student to learn from within one’s self. • Content Structure: Content must be designed so it can be easily grasped by the student. He also called this aspect a “Spiral curriculum” building thinking and learning skills over time to make it deeper and more complex, builds on itself. • Sequencing: An important aspect of material presentation.
If the teacher is not motivated to teach the subject, then one cannot expect the students to be motivated to learn it (Jackson & Leffingwell, 1999). If the teacher is not happy about teaching Mathematics or does not enjoy being with students in the classroom, then students are less likely to be motivated to learn the Mathematics. b- The teacher should be patient with the students learning Mathematics: Schwartz, (2000) suggest that the teacher needs to understand that it takes time for students to master concepts. Therefore, the teacher must have patience. The teacher should never give up trying to help the students succeed in Mathematics.
Many believe mathematics can only be taught in a sequential and linear matter through the means of rote memorization. This means an educator delivers content matter, such as, formulas and equations directly while students passively listen. Gary Tsuruda, a former middle school math teacher, writes about how this might not be the best approach in the article Paradigm shift. While teaching math in a rote matter worked for some of his students, he found that he wasn’t reaching out to all of his student’s needs. Tsuruda decided to shift away from this traditional style of teaching mathematics, and take on a more constructivism approach.
That is people achieve what they deserve according to their merit and hard work they do. Schools should be provided the attractive environments that help to students to socialize, they delivered not only as institutions that share certain knowledge and skills to students. Today, the focus of current debates among many educators and different institutional leaders alike has been that “socializing students” as the “aim” of education. At this point, I include three main arguments with regard to the aims of education for any given society. This debate can be understood as a battle among three points of view: 1) Education assistances to prepare students for employment opportunities that is an extension of market forces.
It was considered as a heterogeneous approach which involves deliberation of ideas and collaborative effort. It is quite motivating to ponder over that this emerging trend, reflection teaching has gained stimulant over the years in ELT and has immensely contributed in the field of education. In this connection Farrell (2004) states: Teachers can become more empowered decision makers, engaging in systematic reflections of their work by thinking, writing, and talking about their teaching; observing the acts of their own and others’ teaching; and by gauging the impact of their teaching on their students’ learning. In these ways, teachers can begin to locate themselves within their profession and start to take more responsibility for shaping their practice. This I call reflective teaching (pp.