Teachers play a vital role in the society. Their impacts are felt by the lives of all children from different backgrounds, including those children with varying levels of understanding, abilities and those from families that exhibit wide range of cultural and linguistic diversity. Teachers are educators or instructors saddled with the responsibility of educating children by grooming and helping them to discover their talents (Rahman, Nabi, Akhter, Saeed & Ajmal, 2011). According to them, teachers have long-lasting impacts on the lives of students who live to enjoy the knowledge they avail to them. They have good classroom management skills, ensure good student behaviour, effective study and work habit (Tehseen, 2015). According to Adebomi, Olunfunke, Ibitoye and Oluyemisi (2012), Although recruited mainly to teach, teachers are engaged in a wide variety of jobs along with the basic face-to-face teaching, such as curriculum design and development, school planning, marketing, community relations, information technology, workplace, health and safety, resource management, students’ welfare, as well as playground and …show more content…
Hanushek (2007) reported a high turnover of teachers across the globe. In 2015, Omonijo, Oludayo, Eche, Uche and Ohunakin reported that despite the large body of literature on turnover, Nigerian education system still experiences situation of voluntary turnover of staff. A record obtained from ministry of education Zaria in 2016 showed that for the last six years teachers of public secondary schools in Zaria metropolis have been quitting their job
Experienced teachers too can find it difficult to cater for the needs of a class which is likely to include pupils across a wide spectrum of abilities, from students with learning difficulties through to gifted children. The intention of this research project is to remain practical and focused upon investigating a school in Brent and examine how teachers’
The article explains how the teacher at the beginning of the school year does not have control or should be held accountable for where their student's knowledge at the beginning of the year. That the teacher should be hold accountable for the progress their student makes during their time in the teacher classroom at the end of the year. The article explains how no matter where the student starts out with that the student should grow by the time the school year ends. There is a lot of controversy over the progress of the students and how much is expected of them. Nonetheless, it is agreed that the teacher role in the classroom is to add value to the student's lives and help them improve overall.
Thirdly, I believe that flexibility is very important today with the employees, because if the working hours are not flexible, they tend to either do not prefer working here or when they get the opportunity they move out. So if wee summarize, in my experience I believe that wages, growth and flexibility are the main reasons that cause turnover in the
1. Describe the skills or attributes you believe are necessary to be an outstanding teacher. Being an outstanding teacher goes beyond acquiring the competence and knowledge to deliver rigorous academic instruction to a diverse group of students. Outstanding teachers possess a multitude of qualities making them unique and unforgettable to the children they serve. I believe that outstanding teachers are passionate, inspired, creative, compassionate, patient and understanding.
Factors of employee turnover can be grouped according to the extent of the possible impact to them, highlighting three groups: managed, partially managed and unmanaged. The first group includes material factors of production and life of the workers (character, conditions and organization of work, the provision of different material goods). The second group includes subjective factors of production (satisfaction workers of various parties to the industrial activity).
All skills apart from the academic ones which are important to being a good teacher and demonstrates my willingness to go the extra mile. Studying and working in education has shown me that it is a challenging and rewarding career, but I believe my track record of dedication and hard work in both elements suggests that I can meet its demands. My commitment to providing a first-rate education for any child has seen me strive to gain as many additionally useful skills as
Pupils do not all learn the same technique or method. That is why it is important to have many methods of teaching in the classroom. In order for a student to understand. Culture and Diversity in Classrooms Today As more students from diverse backgrounds populate 21st century classrooms, learning has shifted towards another direction. Today’s
NEED AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY High School, the Secondary level of education is facing very harsh problems. The personality, attitude, emotional stability, morale, commitment towards work of a teacher determines the quality of education. The Secondary Education Commission (1952) rightly points out "We are convinced that the most important factor in the contemplated educational reconstruction is the teacher, his personal qualities, his educational qualifications, his professional training and the place that he occupies in the school as well as in the community. Reports of Kothari Commission (1964) says that “Of all the different factors which influence the quality of education and its contribution to national development, the quality, competence, and character of teachers are undoubtedly the most significant”. This statement reiterates the importance of teachers and their attitudes.
They point out several of the determinants to turnover such as satisfaction, occupation stress, organizational commitment, the idea of organizational fairness, the idea of performance appraisal, and the workload given to employees (Fang, 2001; Poon, 2004). These among various studies that have generally found that higher satisfaction, lack of fairness, and organizational treatment in the working environment resulted to individual intention to quit the jobs. These factors can push employees to leave voluntarily finding other alternative opportunities. In most cases, people have voluntarily quitted their occupations because they are receiving improper treatment from their employers. Such as delaying wage or overdue payments and not provided their labor
Teaching philosophy is described by Sadker and Sadker as, “Behind every school and every teacher is a set of related beliefs - a philosophy of education – that influences what and how students are taught. A philosophy of education represents answers to questions about the purpose of schooling, a teacher’s role and what should be taught and by what methods.” (Teacher, Schools and Society. 2005). With this definition in consideration, my teaching philosophy is “I believe that children learn best when they are given the chance to choose, discuss and explore what they want to learn, when they want to learn and how they want to learn.
EFFECTS OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS INTRACTION ON DELOPMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENTS IN MIANWALI 1.1 Introduction: The importance of good parent-teacher relationships has been well documented. Research has shown that parent involvement in education benefits not only the child but also the parents and teachers (Eldridge, 2001). The function of a good parent-teacher relationship is much more than just like a vehicle for status reports from teacher to parents on a child’s performance.
Schools are the second place after home where students’ behavior and future educational success are shaped. At schools there are many elements or factors that can influence the teaching and learning process that may take place. Rasyid (2012) stated that there are four perennial truths that make the teaching and learning process possible to take place in the classroom. If one of these is not available, there will be no teaching and learning process, though the learning process itself may still take place, they are: (1) Teacher, (2) Students, (3) Material and (4) Context of time and place. All of them are related to one another.
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TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHODS TO TEACH WITHN THE CONTEXT OF HIGHER EDUCATION Teaching methods refers to the general principles, pedagogy and management strategies used to classroom instruction. The choice to teaching methods depends on what fits educational philosophy, classroom demographic, subject area and school mission statement. The teaching theories can be arrangement into four categories and based on two major parameters- a teacher centred approach versus and a student –centred approach, and high tech material use versus low-tech material use. TEACHER-CENTRED APPROACH TO LEARNING Taken to its most extreme interpretation, teachers are the main figure in a teacher-centred instruction model.