To perform as a good citizen in a real society, you must be well educated with not only the core subjects but also the wisdom of life. Thus, transferring the knowledge you learned in school into real life is significantly important. If you do not have the ability to transfer your knowledge, education becomes pointless. Teachers should be able to work as facilitators to guide their students to come up with the solutions independently to their problems. (What are the philosophical foundations of American education pg.302) Consequently, in the process of approaching solution, students will naturally ask questions and earn knowledge.
Unit 4 Individual Homework Name: Valery Cajuste UIN: 815092249 Read the Assignment Instructions on CANVAS before completing the Homework!! Part I: Find a passage where Socrates uses the following criteria to criticize Hippias’ proposed definitions of fineness, and write about it as described in your Assignment Instructions A. The definition should be absolute – Naming something that is always fine, not fine in one situation but not fine in another. a. In Hippias major one of the definitions that Hippias proposes is that fineness is usefulness.
He likewise expresses that amid the procedure of development and change, preparing is the simple piece of viable expert advancement. Jacob Kounin turned his consideration on an investigation of the down to earth issue of classroom administration, from the angle of innovation. However, Fred Jones discusses instruments for showing actualizes reaction to intercession where it is a multi-level framework that spotlights on the counteractive action of learning issues. It is intended to create limit for distinguishing, adjusting and supporting successful instructional practices. Dr. Jones has created techniques for classroom administration that are both intense and reasonable for all instructors.
The way we speak to people can effect a relationship speaking in a calm tone of voice and working as a team will help and maintain a good relationship. As a member of a staff team working in a school you become a representative for the school,so setting a good example and showing good punctuality will show with in the work team. This will show how much the work team means to you helping your relationship to grow effectively. Asking a staff member for help shows that you value them. I personally think by showing the parent that we are educating and trying to excel their child to the best potential will help a relationship maintain as they put there trust in us as a team to educate their child so to pursue with this will help keep
Teacher, there are three self-conception such as Ring master:- the have power to teach the pupil discipline and good thing. Pupil have to learn whatever the teacher teach and absorb that knowledge. Entertainer :- teacher used the best technique to engage the student on their topic. His relation to pupil is very friendly and informal. Romantic:- teacher is make possible learning and pupil free to choose whatever they should learn.
In their professional practice they model respect for cultural values, social justice, confidentiality ……. Trust: Teachers’ professional relationships with students, colleagues, parents, guardians and the public are based on trust. Integrity: Teachers are honest and reliable and engage in continual reflection to enhance their professional development. Care: Teachers express their commitment to students’ well-being and learning through positive influence, professional judgment and empathy in
Therefore, I feel that I would be an exceptional instructional leader to the teachers in the building. This will allow me to share best teaching
Mulnix suggests from her findings and teaching experience, similar to all skills you can posess less or more of a certain skill than others. She describes that in philosophy a learner must be able to make inferences between statements. The inference, good or bad, should be reasoned with by using evidence. Mulnix centralizes this principal in her work. This paper has practical outlooks and prescriptions for teaching students to think critically when deliberating inferences.
Parker Palmer’s The Heart of a Teacher: Identity and Integrity in Teaching had an impact on my idea of what it means to be a teacher. The main points Palmer highlights are what it means to be a great teacher and make a lasting impression in a student; we must teach from who we are and connect with students. I can relate to this as building a relationship with students and a comfortable atmosphere is important in my teaching. Good teaching develops from connections with students and content. When I think back to my placement and reflect on what I wanted to achieve the most, it was to connect with my students and build a relationship.
They must use the influence of their leadership constructively and productively in the service of all students and their families. A leader guides activities as a role model, consider personal and professional values, as well as demonstrate a personal and professional code of ethics. They treat people fairly with dignity and respect. Legal and contractual obligations must be filled and laws and procedures should be applied fairly, wisely, and considerately. A key role in educational leadership is to create an atmosphere that everyone wants to be a part of.
By watching my role model, I have learned leadership skills that I will always continue to use. I have learned to become an honest person with strong morals. Teachers know that they can trust me to get the work done. If they see a problem happening, they can ask me what is going on and they know that my response will be truthful. If a student has a question or problem, they can trust my opinion on what is the right thing to do.
The principles of relationship building with Children, Young people and Adults need to be nurtured in order to maintain the relationship that has already formed. All parties need to feel secure and comfortable around one another in order to build further trust and open up and talk effectively about any subjects and issues. Teaching assistants need to act as good role models to the children, young people and adults. Teaching assistants need to be polite, considerate, empathic and good at identifying and sorting out problems as they are also regarded as a representative of the school. The children and young people need to be encouraged and praised with their academic life and showed by staff that they are accepted for what they are and receive