The challenging moments only make you strive more and more to be creative and find a solution in order to engage the children. I also believe that I have gained confidence in my leadership ability and my understanding for different methods of teaching and learning in order to tap into a child's unique ability to learn. The role of a teacher is incredibly diverse and that role must be willing to adapt to the situation and circumstances. As a teacher one of the main roles must be to successfully motivate learners in a safe environment whilst also adhering to regulations in place. It is also more important than ever for teachers to promote diversity and equality in the classroom.
As an educator codes of ethics which serves to guide meaningful conduct should include being honest, trustworthy and engaging in lifelong learning. I personally believe children should be treated as if they are your own, if any child comes to school looking sad immediate attempts must be made to find out what is the cause .As a teacher one needs to be aware of learning, motivation, behavior, and development theories in order to relate to my students and push them to reach their full potential. It is the duty of the teacher to see that all the students are being motivated; this is only fair to the students. They deserve one time and full attention in regards to their education. One also wants to create a classroom that is a safe learning environment for all.
The second standard in the InTASC standards is Learning Differences. It is stated as follows: “The teacher uses understanding of individual differences and diverse cultures and communities to ensure inclusive learning environments that enable each learner to meet high standards.” In this rationale, I will explain why it is important to know and understand this standard and how it can help me be a better teacher. I understand that all students are different. I will learn everything I can about my future students, so I can know how to teach for them. I will teach to diverse cultures and communities to which my students belong.
The group were communicating ideas effectively and I believe this observation was clearly a result of how passionate the teacher was about the pupil’s questions and how well the teacher engaged with the learning taking place. According to the teacher standards, teacher should “encourage pupils to take a responsible and conscientious attitude to their own work and study” (Teacher Standards, 2011) The attribute of being enthusiastic is a huge starting point for children that have an unwilling attitude
A discipline plan should be in place for all teachers to enable them to know what to do if classroom behaviour is disruptive in advance (Rogers, 2014). Good behaviour can be achieved by modelling appropriate behaviour, and teaching and reinforcing new skills that will in turn create and preserve a positive classroom environment. However it is essential to remember that each child is different and so it is important to carefully observe the child and use the information gathered to compile efficient and effective intervention and management strategies that respond to the needs of the individual
This proposal is beneficial to both students and teachers. Block schedule is very important to proposal to all people. This will alway them to understand the struggle without it and the causes it has on the staff and
This is key because when ideas are made known to the classroom, it will spark healthy arguments and communication among peers. Teachers should form a classroom community and make known the goals that the students need to reach together. Setting high expectations for each and every student will lead to success. My thoughts on this are that if teachers would implement this strategy despite differences in students, then our schools would have higher success rates. Equity is very important in the classroom and my beliefs line up with this article exactly.
As a teacher, it is my responsibility to share information on the development of the child and have a clear and constant flow of dialogue with the family. This will enable both parties to deal with any issues that may arise within the family, school or community. It also my belief that parents should have an active part in their child’s learning and be able to lend a hand whenever necessary, and having open communication with them will allow this transparency and connection between home and school. The community is vital in ensuring that the facilities around the community and school is appropriate for the different children and families to live in and grow. A very good example of this successful collaboration is the Reggio Emilia approach in Italy.
The implementation of inclusion in the classroom by the teacher was evident in the policies to be vital to its success or failure in the classroom. This requires school leaders to ensure their staff understand the impact and explain the significance of creating an environment where every student feels included so that the students will feel included, participate more and benefit in the classroom. Research by Cook et al (2000 as cited in Konza, 2008) found that when teachers show more interest, engagement and experience with inclusion they ultimately had a greater concern for students with special
Teachers should be enthusiastic about confronting challenges and eager to find solutions. A core element of this is demonstrated through both words and action that teachers can and should be trusted to do what is best for students. In environments in which teachers feel unsupported, mistrusted, or constantly on the verge of reprimand, trust between teachers and administrators is highly unlikely to improve. Furthermore, research indicates that an inspiring and informed teacher is the most important school-related factor influencing student achievement, so it is critical to pay close attention to how we train and support both new and experienced