I would like a chance to get to know my peers a little bit more. The more comfortable I feel in the classroom, the more willing I am to ask for help. It is also nice being able to schedule days to study with my classmates so I am looking to build a supportive community. The class did move relatively fast which is what made it somewhat difficult because not all of the students are on the same level. Sometimes assignments are harder than others because I may have not seen the material before.
It all comes down to people’s attitude towards learning. If people truly want to learn, they will. If people does not want to learn, they will not. In addition, a teacher with a classroom full of students willing to learn, they are more motivated to teach. If it is the opposite, the teacher is less
That would be easy for them to do their work. Interesting lessons; Students misbehave because the lesson is not interesting. So it is very important to make the lesson interesting. If the lesson is not interesting students feel bored to do their work and do not understand what they have to do. As a result, students start to misbehave in the class.
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
Second, the teacher created atmosphere of feeling a tense to walk around the classroom many times. Third, the teacher motivated students. He reported the result of Word Engine and praised the students who hit the goal. On the other hand, I found a point that might be better to change, especially related to teaching words. I thought the impact of new words was not sufficient.
This author show a serious tone to the reader because of the fact that teachers have the fear of losing their job which they make the living of off and just like doing and also the fact is that if the teachers classes are too hard the students could go around and advice other students to then not take the teachers class this what professor Rojstaczer states. The author makes the reader understand and capture picture of what it’s like to be a teacher and the things that they have to go threw. Also student have the right to give an evaluation of teachers online so if there is a lot of students that can say this teachers class was bad and no one want to take the teachers class then the Vice President of the class will have to look into the teacher and the class which can cause them to be
The worse part is that I have to peer teach the whole class. Next, I ask myself was what about roleplay? Role play is something that I try to avoid mostly. As I hated to stand in front the whole class, what more I have to "act". However, after attending the lesson I realized that I can do it with the help of my group mates, research, and self-confidence which was slowly gain after seeing everyone including my group member able to present and not being shy to act when we were doing our role play.
An example of a widely used and generally effective- preventive strategy among teachers in primary education is that classroom rules are negotiated instead of imposed. Teachers, however also frequently use reactive strategies like punishing disruptive students (Rydell and Henricson: 2004; whereas it is unclear whether these strategies effectively change students behaviour. According to Van de Grift and Van de Wal: (2011) classroom management of student conduct are skills that teachers acquire and hone overtime. Effective teaching requires considerable skill in managing the myriad of tasks and situations that occur at the classroom each day. Skills such as effective classroom management are central to teaching and require that teachers understand in more than one way the psychological and developmental levels of their students.
When this situation occurs, teachers must be able to reason with this student quickly, to not distract or waste learning time for other students. Patience is also a huge factor in becoming a good teacher. Every student perceives information differently, and some with more difficulty than others. By demonstrating patience, teachers are allowing the student who may be struggling, to feel less anxious and frustrated about understanding the concept. Some students just choose not to put in the effort to learn what is being taught, and might take more pleasure in provoking the teacher and class, instead of doing the assigned work.
Whenever I’ve told people that I’m studying to be a primary school teacher, their response was either, “I hope you like kids” or “You must have a lot of patience”, and almost always, with scared expressions on their faces. Now, both things mentioned are correct. If you don’t like kids, then you might as well study something else, because this job revolves almost entirely around them, but also, patience is key. However, these are not the only things necessary for being a teacher. Managing the classroom pretty much sums up everything.