Allowing students to evaluate their teachers, will give teachers an incentive to improve on their teaching skills. If teachers know that they are going to be evaluated by their students, they will begin to work twice as hard due to the incentives given to them. For example, a teacher who is lazy and enthusiastic about their job will come to the realization that if they don’t step up their game, they can be terminated and replaced. Essentially, this will lead to students receiving a higher quality of education. As a result,
How do you think when you think about school or illness? It is true that school is a place where students study hard for their achievement, at the same time they can make friends. Another example of what meant by it is that they openly can enjoy the joys of youth in school. Therefore, this allows for the image of school is blighter than society for adults. On the other hand, due to the fact that most of people do not feel illness is good, the image of fighting against an illness is dark.
These learners do not like the subject itself but they are learning the material for the sake of good grades, parental praise, or because the jobs in that field pay well. Fostering the intrinsic motivation in students is the responsibility of the teacher. Teachers who are able to create a student-centered classroom, promote a mastery goal, encourage students’ actions, and have high, but realistic expectations for students are the best to implant confidence and self-esteem in their
The Rosenthal- Jacobson study illustrates the Pygmalion effect. When one has higher expectations, for example a teacher about a student, the teacher may inadvertently practise teaching methods that give the student higher chances for success or indeed, be more encouraging towards that particular student than before. (Rosenthal R., Jacobsen L. 1965) This concept of self fulfilling prophecy is certainly something the population should be aware of, especially those working with the general public such as teachers and healthcare workers as it can have an important effect on those with which they
¨Just because something is difficult doesn 't mean you shouldn 't try, it just means you should try harder.¨ School should be a fun place to come, sometimes students get so caught up in not passing a class that it makes them think that they have failed, that is what the world is telling them, students really do not try to fail their classes, sometimes classes they have never took before can be very challenging and hard for them to pass, and lots of the time people are telling them that they should just be held back so that they don 't keep failing their classes or else they will never learn. I think that it is important to learn how to succeed, but the only way we can do that is if we fail first. Failing is not a bad thing, it just teaches us what we need
The reason why teachers evaluate students is to give them good meaningful feedback that allows students to learn more and make them better after. Grades are an inadequate means of achieving that because they are not helping students to internalize and work toward meeting high standards, but that is most likely to happen when they “experience success and failure not as reward and punishment, but as information” (Bruner 1961, p. 26). Grades also do not define intelligence, it just defines how well a person memorizes facts, and how good one person is at school. Plus schools are very specific on how they expect you to answer and do not measure one's vast intelligence. ““Many highly intelligent people are poor thinkers.
1. Please provide an example of how you nurture the competencies of children: As educators, we strive to build our students to be responsible, and active lifelong learners. In order accomplish this, we must build meaningful relationships with our students, be excellent role models and allow our students to become critical thinkers. A good teacher is someone with whom you can trust, respect and build a relationship. Many students can’t learn if there is no solid relationship built with each student personally and with the class as a whole.
Most parents want their children to have a healthy sense of self-esteem and many believe that low self-esteem lies at the bottom of many of society 's problems. Even though self-esteem has been studied for decades, its precise nature and development is still subject to debate. However, child development experts generally agree that parents and other adults who are important to children play a major role in laying a solid foundation for a child 's self esteem development. When parents and teachers of young children talk about the need for good self-esteem, they usually mean that children should feel good about themselves. With young children, self-esteem refers to the extent to which they expect to be accepted and valued by the adults and peers who are important to them.
FACTORS IN STUDENT MOTIVATION Teachers across the country have been struggling with the issue of how to stimulate new student’s interest mentally, socially and academically who are not ready for the demands of college life. This issue often trigger behaviours like lateness, oppositional disorder and uncertain ambitions. The standard way is to address the issue as scholastic issue through formative guideline. This programme doesn’t address the entire issue. Lack of motivation is not constrained to the scholastically weak students.
While analyzing the qualitative section of this study, the findings of Q17 shows that the main factors that may influence student’s active participation includes Teacher’s motivation and encouragement to make their students participate in the class, teacher’s remarks, their behavior, group discussions to gain knowledge and new information. As students may come up with the aim of learning English language, therefore this can also be the influencing factor. Willingness to achieve good grades, topic of interest, friendly atmosphere, and active participations through games, role play, debate and presentations may also increase student’s participation. In contrast, the findings of Q18 suggests many reasons that leads student’s towards lack of participation and they are shy attitude of the participants, hesitation with other students specially during competition, fear of being scolded by the teachers, fear of making mistakes and being ridiculed by the others, topic of disinterest, lack of confidence, ideas and knowledge, lack of skills,