I researched and found different ways to breaking down the material that I teach. I try and make it hands on to ensure that the knowledge is being retained. Now as a classroom I have become more reasonable with my students and their learning. We have become a family, and I can see the growth in each and every one of my
They can try to teach them a little differently or give them extra help but there test scores still aren’t going to be as high as the other students. This wouldn’t be fair to the teacher when there isn’t very much that they can do for the student to
As a future teacher, I will always have good intentions for my students. I will recognize their abilities and encourage growth while having a positive approach. I will teach in a variety of ways that is beneficial to my students. If they are having difficulties learning the material, I will change my teaching strategies until progress is achieved. I will include every student; the quiet will be heard, the misunderstood will be redirected and the gifted will be rewarded.
Social classes are quite the weird topic to discuss in society. It’s basically saying who is “superior” to who when it comes to talking about wealth, position, or pretty much anything in life. Homeless people are looked down upon for being poor, not dressing properly, and being unkempt, these kind of people are in the lower class. The class above that is the working class, which consists of people with a minimized amounts of education and jobs that don’t provide the good paychecks or the jobs are very dangerous, which means that the bad outweighs the good in this case. Then there’s the middle class, which consists of jobs that pay decent to good money, but not enough money to make them the cream of the crop since the upper class compromises of the rich, which only ranges from 1 to 3% of the U.S population.
This gives opportunities for discussion, reflection and a chance to understand develop empathy for each other. ‘The ultimate objective is to enhance children’s ability to become socially and emotionally competent individuals who succeed in school’. http://incredibleyears.com/team-view/carolyn-webster-stratton/ To give a practical example of one of the key initiatives is to praise good behaviour not matter how small and ignore unacceptable behaviour so long as no harm will come to others. This strategy should always be the starting point of your classroom management. The majority of children will respond to this positive reinforcement and quickly understand how to gain phrase for doing the right thing.
Overall, this learning experience has taught me how to treat each student individually but also teach concepts as a whole group. Each student has different needs and although they are all learning the same concept they come to mastery in very different ways. As a future teacher I am thankful this experience has taught me how to help each of my students in the way they need best by incorporating different instructional methods and different ways of
Our program has grown tremendously and we are constantly making improvements under the circumstances. Our staff is dedicated to working with some of the most difficult children in our district, they should be applauded, not degraded. 4. What do you think we provide to students here at the present time that other schools in the district can 't? We provide a unique atmosphere that students can learn a variety of subjects.
I made a difference because I helped these students understand the materials they’re supposed to learn in class. This was eye opening because seeing how happy the kids understand something made me feel like a teacher. Personally, I learned kids love when adults care about them. They like it when I teach them math.
As I began the field of education, I had a firm grasp of what to do and what not to do. The firm grasp I had an idea of was not anything compared to actually being in the field. My ideas of being stern and meticulous went out the window when it came to middle and elementary students. High school I could use some more stern tactics but grades K-8 proved to be more of a grey area to be worked on. I began working harder to make sure that everyone was achieving the same level of teaching.
Teaching philosophy is described by Sadker and Sadker as, “Behind every school and every teacher is a set of related beliefs - a philosophy of education – that influences what and how students are taught. A philosophy of education represents answers to questions about the purpose of schooling, a teacher’s role and what should be taught and by what methods.” (Teacher, Schools and Society. 2005). With this definition in consideration, my teaching philosophy is “I believe that children learn best when they are given the chance to choose, discuss and explore what they want to learn, when they want to learn and how they want to learn.
There is a third reason which is the Most important reason, is to get a great picture of the cultural diversity of the United States of America. Knowledge of others, their cultures, their sciences and way of life, is useful for learning about a new culture. Some cultures have good qualities and bad recipes, or perhaps do not fit the nature of our lives. For example, my presence in America has made me learn a lot of American cultures that if I find them in my country and may be useful to me or in raising my children such as opening the door to the person walks behind me, honestly I like this behavior which I miss this in my country. In general, the idea of quoting the culture that suits our societies may help us to develop from the reality of our lives. so, getting a job like a teacher in American schools, it increases my culture and quotes a lot of approaches that may be helpful to me in developing education in my
Throughout my training, I implemented various strategies for engaging students in small groups and rigorous lessons. My role as a teacher is to communicate effectively, be respectful, and have self-worth and confidence. I did fear making wrong choices throughout this field experience. I set high expectations the students to achieve high goals. Teaching to me opened doors to many students’ lives.
Teaching is not controlling, but rather working with the students to learn, grow, and succeed together. By having strong student-teacher relationships with students, the classroom will be a place for each member to express their feelings and work together. Academic success depends on these close relationships and guidance that teachers and students have with one another.
As we can notice traditional classroom cannot longer satisfy the needs of education in the 21st- century. So we have to make radical changes in order to create the classroom that will motivate students to learn. Teachers today teach using different pedagogical approaches and various instructional methods. According to fact that our educational system is changed with the help of technology the 21st -century classroom should be a productive environment where students can develop the skills they will need in workplace. The modern 21st-century classrooms should encourage students to develop their high order thinking skills. The new classroom should be equipped with modern technology which will help students to meet new goals. The 21st-century classroom should be more centered on students. Teachers are expected to be facilitators of learning process instead of being mere providers of knowledge. We should pay attention to classrooms for young learners it should be a place where they feel cared and safe. It should be a great place to be, beautiful place and creative environment. Teachers have to use different pedagogical approaches. They should participate actively in their learning and to assist professional development. The