CLASSROOM OBSERVATION 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Classroom Management and Its Significance Managing student behavior has always been a primary concern of teachers for student misbehaviors have interfered with a positive learning environment (Shin & Koh, 2007). From the beginning of teaching experience, teachers commonly express their concern about controlling the students and creating a disciplined environment in order to create a proper atmosphere for learning; and classroom management is commonly mentioned
Undoubtedly, classroom management is essential for every teacher to increase pupils’ academic achievement in classroom. According to Emmer & Sabornie (2015), classroom management can be defined as the process by which teachers and schools shape and maintain appropriate behaviour of pupils in classroom settings. (as cited in Kratochwill, DeRoos and Blair, 2016) Therefore, it could be seen that classroom management is one of the most important aspects foe teacher to boost pupils’ performance and minimize
“Primary teaching is an immensely complicated business. It involves the interplay of so many elements, including interpersonal, intellectual, physical, spiritual even aesthetic dimensions” (Richards, 2014, p.8). Primary teachers must demonstrate a variation of personal traits which children can therefore connect with and feel a sense of understanding between themselves and the teacher. Within this assignment the focus will be on the qualities and attributes which I as teacher aspire to develop in
Interpersonal communication remains a fundamental aspect in the functioning of a primary education institution as it lightens the load upon the shoulders of teachers. The author in this write up will therefore discuss the significance of interpersonal communication to a primary school teacher. Among the aspects to be unfolded to detail are psychological functions, social and influential functions of interpersonal communication but equally the important, the writer will also highlight issues such
The importance of education worldwide has been well established in section 1.1. As defined in the Education Act of 1990 and Amendment No. 2 of 2002, education is organized for the primary education of 6 years (6th grade) and secondary school education 3 years (3rd grade) and high school education for 3 years (three layers, or 6-3-3). The elementary education is aimed at providing learners with the basic skills to be able to maintain literacy level appropriate to the ages and ability. Primary education
IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN MODERN EDUCATION Dr.K.Krishnamoorthy Assistant professor, Directorate of Distance Education Alagappa University, Karaikudi-3. Information and Communication Technology has permeated in every walk of life affecting the technology fields such as launching satellites, managing businesses across the globe and also enabling social networking. The convergence of computer, communication and
teachers, INSET to prepare for new education/management roles and curriculum-related INSET(mainly courses linked to planned curriculum change or ad-hoc/refresher courses). Moreover, there is a typology of INSET which involves the level at which training is taken as explained by Ghana Education Service (GES) (2003). A: School-Based INSET (SBI) School-Based INSET is a type of INSET which is organized at the school level by teachers in a particular school.
highlights where students have competencies in the use of effective life-skills. It can prevent or delay their onset of drug use, prevent high risk sexual behavior, facilitate anger management and conflict resolution, improve their academic performance, promote positive social adjustment thus creating a healthy school environment including developing skills for present and future use in a student life. Life Skills Education focuses on the development of “abilities for adaptive and positive behavior
bring about mutual understanding and confidence or global human relation.” Importance of Communication It is an established fact that the present era is often called the ‘Age of Communication and Information.’ The importance of communication has been greatly emphasized by all management experts. Communication, like birth, death, growth and decay, is a part of individual life as well as organizational existence. Its importance is self-explanatory and is a common experience of all as well. The reasons
(NCF 2005) has also highlighted the importance of ICT in school education. With this backdrop, major paradigm shift is imperative in education characterized by imparting instructions, collaborative learning, multidisciplinary problem-solving and promoting critical thinking skills. Government of India has announced 2010-2020 as the decade of innovation. Reasoning and Critical thinking skills are necessary for innovation. Foundation of these skills is laid at school level.