He seems to not understand that others do not care for the details like him. This is demonstrated when Chris tries to incorporate conjunctions in a listing manner, but fails the attempt due to his teacher aid, Siobhan. He made mention of this by stating “And there were 31 more things in the list of things I noticed but Siobhan said I didn’t need to write them all down.” This attention to detail encourages the readers to consider their own attention to detail and create links between Chris’ attention and disability.
My friend and I are struggling to change our mindset, from fixed mindset to growth mindset. We don’t blame our parents for that, and we can’t, because we also learn at school and at our community, which are really out of our parents’ control. Instead, we are thankful to becoming what we are and knowing that we are able to change our mindset now. I know change is hard, but it is possible and worth it. I like the quote from Mindset book, “Change can be tough, but I’ve never heard anyone say it wasn’t worth it.” (Mindset 246) It is become the biggest challenge in our life, because if we want to change our mindset, then we need to change it now while we are young, otherwise it would be too late.
Although standardized testing has its cons, it also has pros. For example, Two important things Standardized testing provides is the ability to see students weak areas and progress. Although having the ability to see students weak areas may sound like a good thing, it really isn’t. The ability to see weak areas is moreso a benefit to educators when teaching students so they know what to help students with and fix so students can improve in these areas. But, teachers don’t really help students one on one rather as one big group of up to 30+ students at times.
If I didn't do this then the conversational aspect of the session would have degraded into a teacher-student relationship. Interpersonal skills also include the skills and attributes associated with emotional intelligence, or being able to understand and manage your own and others' emotions (Skills You Need, 2017). While in the classroom I made sure I listened as objectively as possible from a neutral open-minded state, this way I could really concentrate and focus on what others are saying when trying to avoid emotional involvement. Without good interpersonal skills it is often more difficult to develop other important life skills, therefore I am grateful that I got time developing these interpersonal
Some students are interested in playing video games, but the school does not provide that. Teachers, principals, and adults want us to give 100% all the time, but why give 100% if you do not care about what you are doing? Well, this is just one the reasons that there is for not making it mandatory to participate in an extracurricular activity. In conclusion, students should not be required to participate in extracurricular activities because we are taught to make our own decisions, it can create a lot of stress on students, and some students might not be interested in the extracurricular activities that the school has. Students making their own choices is essential in life.
On the contrary, I consider myself someone who enjoys encouraging students in a variety of tasks, projects, and opportunities to show what they really know through art and festivals. Nowadays most of the schools have implemented inclusion programs for students with physical and neurological disabilities. Unfortunately there is too little what this program does about the English language for these students so I have had to illustrate my path by myself. During my first years as a teacher I learnt less advanced students respond quite better to images, sounds and words recognition through cognates, so their activities are focused in easy tasks based on games with a lot of pictures and colors. It is hard for them to read in English, besides there are some of them who are really shy, so their mission in my sessions are to identify cognates, draw images symbolizing the key vocabulary and contribute to the English
Most teachers nowadays have a system that they follow where they don’t necessarily help a child with every single thing. Either they tell the child go home and ask your mom and dad what the answer is or how to do a certain thing, but most children go home and they don’t have parents that are willing to help them. The majority of the parents in this world have the mindset that the teachers at the school are meant to do everything and they are just meant to pay the school fees and not worry about what their children are being taught. When parents do not make time for their children, this lowers a child’s self-esteem. The child then starts to think does my mother care about me, why isn’t she making any time for me, why does she say I must go away when she’s busy talking to my father and doesn’t she trust me.
In other words, I do not self-disclose, because I do not want people to form an opinion about my feelings, thoughts, and experiences. For instance, I was talking to my friend one day, she asked me a question and I gave her my response. Then she repeated my response and asked her mother if she agreed with me or not. That moment was unsettling, because I felt like she was belittling my thoughts and feelings about the topic. Furthermore, I did not agree or appreciate with her repeating my words to allow someone else to judge and validate how I felt about
The teaching-learning style conflict occurs when the learners’ learning style preferences do not match the teacher’s teaching style. There is no way for a teacher to adjust the lecture so that it suits all the students but a teacher’s task is to make it as richer as possible. The first step to adjusting the lecture to the learners is to get to know them. The teacher should be familiar with the learners’ needs and preferences. The best way for the teacher to get to know its students is through diaries.
Now there is kids we 're there parents teach them just fine and they know all of this already but there are also the ones that don 't know it and really need to be taught. Now to talk about what getting taught these helps.Moral values serve as a vantage point which guides us and aids us in our conscious mobility in life. If we were to stay put in one place, we would have roots instead of feet. But having certain moral values defines us and makes us stand apart in a world where its becoming easy to lose yourself. Moral values ensure that we are accountable to ourselves even if the whole world is against us.
We can notice students ' academic achievement are increasing when parents involve in the education of their children (Ramirez, 2003). On the other hand, some parents do not make any effort to help their children at home although "the family is the most influential context for learning" (Copple & Bredekamp, 2009). Maybe they think teachers have a better understanding of how to educate their children, therefore they avoid of becoming involved in the classroom or talking with teachers too much. As Latino parents mention that, we have to help our children in every way possible. Simply because we do not speak English very well does not mean that we cannot support our children to succeed in school.
Trump is against “Common Core”, I believe that if we are going to give all the effort we have to educate ourselves then Common Core shouldn’t be a problem to discuss. According to dictionary.com, “Education is developing the powers of reasoning and judgment.” Either getting a high school education or college education, it will help you make important decisions in the work force. The objective of Common Core was for those students that struggle with a language barrier or need extra help learning new information. Although there are always those students who are smart, but don’t want to endure any effort, then they won’t use all of their