This sign supplements that theory well because to succeed in schooling, you must do all of those things in order to apply yourself the right way. This theory connects with PST numbers 1b, 2a, and 2b. These PSTs include are indicators for how the children are doing on their work inside of the classroom and making sure there is reinforcement within the classroom to help motivate the child. The last principle in the behavioral learning theory is “learning results from the effects of stimuli on responses” (Fetsco and McClure, BLT #3). When planning a lesson, the teacher must “provide the stimuli needed to produce the desired learning” (Fetsco and McClure, BLT #3).
The research will discuss the two components of effective classroom management: (1) the rules and procedures, and (2) the teacher-student relationship. The purpose of highlighting these two components is to show to what extent setting effective rules and procedures from the beginning of the school year can facilitate teaching and produce powerful gains in student learning. In addition to the importance of building teacher-student relationship that ensures a positive learning environment in class. Purpose of the study Marzano (2003) stated that effective instructional strategies and good classroom curriculum design are built on the foundation of effective classroom management. Therefore, poor class management can waste class time, reduce students’ time on task, and lessen the quality of the learning environment.
Knowledge is viewed as a combination of a moral/ethical stance and intelligence. Schiro (2008) states, “Knowledge gives children the ability to interpret and reconstruct their society” (Schiro, 2008, pg 177). In this case, an educator recognizes that knowledge is presented through the individual 's solution to the social issue. If the student can critically analyze and interpret the social issue and present a well-thought out solution that provides a positive response for the vast majority of the society, then the knowledge is present. Comparatively, the knowledge of learning is another valuable element to Social Reconstructionists.
In Karimi’s study, he notes that students and faculty have different definitions of what professionalism entails, as some students consider "patience", "humility", and "altruism" in their ethical concept (Karimi, 2014). It is better to have educational options available rather than just relying on a black and white definition to understand what professionalism is. Collier talks about how the classroom seems to be the best place to look at all aspects of professionalism because it makes students aware of not only what it is and how to identify it, but how to apply it to an ever changing environment (Collier,
The disadvantages may outweigh the benefits for this topic, but teachers must look past the disadvantages and do what they were meant to do, teach. The Smarter Balanced Assessment tool was put in place to see the progress of the school and the impact the teachers were having on the students. One of the main benefits is the fact that there is clear data to determine the impact the teacher is having on the student. If the teacher is doing a good job at explaining and teaching the material then the student’s scores should reflect it. The data gained from the test also helps the teachers realize what subject may be a problem area for his or her students.
1. The risk and resilience model is important because it lays the foundation for healthy development, however adverse experiences can weaken it. Society and families rely on teach other, families make the society. Responsible and informed parenting is something that all the systems enforce and support. A factor that is involved in the model is having educated people.
The functionalist perspective is that there are important lessons that are being taught in schools that are above and beyond reading, writing and arithmetic. These lessons are the ones that help society function as a smooth entity and enable society to prosper. The intended lessons, or manifest functions, are cultural transmission of values, social integration, social placement, and replacing some necessary family functions due to the changing times (Henslin 2013). The conflict theorist sees the darker side of the education system when it comes to these exact ideals that the functionalists find positive. The conflict theorist sees that the social system is continuing the inequality via the cultural transmission of values and social integration.
The desires and understanding of the learner are at the core of the progressive education movement. Learners ascertain problems and identify solutions in order to enhance their aptitude through experience based education and skills acquisition. In progressive education, programs are focused on learners, and should be adjusted continually in order to address the specific needs and circumstances adults face. Progressive educators, to ascertain important truths about the student’s environment, use a mixture of experimental and scientific techniques. The purpose of Progressive Adult Education is to: promote societal well-being; enhance individual effectiveness in society; and to give learners practical knowledge and problem solving skills.
This assignment will critically appraise my philosophy of education. It will also detail previous conceptions of education, outline the values and beliefs of different philosophies surrounding education, and discuss how past experiences has influenced my present thinking. I believe education should be about empowerment and allowing children to reach their potential, but I believe the child should be at the centre of education. Children should not be forced to learn off the syllabus just so they get adequate grades thus reflecting well on the teacher, just because a class achieves remarkable grades that does not mean that the teacher has fulfilled their job as an educator, it is only a small part of the occupation, being an educator is about
The most important part of the assessment is the interpretation and the use of the information that is gleaned for its intended purpose assessment is embedded in the learning process, it is tightly interconnected with curriculum and instruction. As teachers and students work towards the achievement of curriculum outcomes, assessments plays a consent role in informing instruction, guiding the student’s next steps, and checking progress and achievement. Teachers use many different process and strategies for classroom assessment, and adapt them to suit the assessment purpose and needs of individual students. Research shows that students learn best when assessment are based on clear learning goals. It differs according to students learning
2. What supports do you need from me to be a more effective educator in your classroom? We need support with regards to the policy and procedures that are implemented at our site with regards to Special Education law, the Child & Welfare Institution Codes, Penal Codes, and Education Code. We need to be sure that other site are accountable to the ethical practices that we are trying to encourage in our student’s. We need you to be our motivator and inspiration in recognizing the positive things our staff is doing more often.
Knowing their needs is important to adapt the practices and to respect them as individuals. According to the author (Raymond, 2012), the perception of the students about the services they receive determine the outcome of the education efforts. For that, the teachers ' role is to guarantee that the student does not feel inferior, unequal, wich would be the negative conotation of the special education placement (Raymond, 2012). Instead of focusing on their difficulties, teachers should focus on reducing the gaps with more inclusive
Hi Joy, I appreciated your post regarding the benefits of using a model, such as the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) national model, to support a school counseling program. Further, you have identified a way in which you feel that you may struggle with the model. It is important for school counselors to be self-aware in order for them to improve in areas of need. As a school counselor, data collection will be an important part of the job requirement. For instance, a school counselor will collect data for a variety of reasons such as to identify if what is being done by the counselor is making a difference for the students and to find out the needs of the school (ASCA, 2012).
The application of proper research findings to develop measurable outcomes for school counseling programs and interventions need to be mastered in this program. Also, is expected that the counselor works with parents, guardians, teachers, families, also peer programs and community resources to best act on behalf of their children. Focus on addressing problems that affect student’s performance in school. Leadership skills are also expected from School Counselors. The ability to demonstrate leadership qualities by accepting responsibility and valuable feedback to promote rational methods and professional and personal growth.
It is not all about scaring teachers into submission, but encouraging them with extra support. To have accountability methods be a means of supporting and not firing staff generates more intentional change. It is still very important to hold teacher’s accountable for progress, but “…accountability measure should grow out of a realistic perspective on the important work that teachers do…” (Berliner 53). In addition to academics, teachers help students develop respect, obedience, and many other behaviors. These demeanors can be evaluated through advanced certification and a variety of on-the-job evaluations (Darling ii).