She also explains that teachers should always be “ready.” This display’s that a teacher should always be there to help each child and that a child should be able to approach her with any need that he has without feeling a resistance to her. This shows that Montessori wants what is best for kids, and she goes about this in a very passionate way. Similarly, Powell also wants what is best for children. Powell shows his passion for children as the states that “you’d be amazed at what you can do with them once you put them in that structure.” Powell uses the word “amazed” to describe how far
As a teacher, I have to work hard to enhance my students ' roles in class. First of all, students have to be engaged in the learning process so, in order to achieve that, I must ensure that the classroom is a welcoming and safe environment so students feel accepted and affirmed. Moreover, surveying students favorites would help me to build a connection with students and this suggested information would serve as a motivator for enhancing the academic performance of the students. Learning opportunities must be collaborative so that peer relationships and social skills are active in order to help students to be engaged and motivated. Furthermore, make sure that students ' self-belief is enhanced and they must believe that they are able to learn and deal with failures in order to develop their confidence towards learning.
This kind of learning promotes independence within the learner and helps in developing creativity. Therefore, I make sure that I revisit topics to enhance my learner’s knowledge. As Bruner [Ref.2] rightly said that learners use prior experience to fit new information into pre-existing models. Motivation is a very important factor in learning. Learners need to understand the reasons or areas where they can use knowledge and then only they can get themselves involved in thinking.
The second reason I would like to be a teacher is in order to be an advocate for students. I will come across students who may not have support at home or have a disability and need to receive services. I want to be the advocate who helps them to receive the services they need. Lastly, I want to be a teacher because I love the idea of adapting and continuously learning. The field of education, as well as my students, will always be changing.
As a teacher we also need creativity. Creativity is a most important component to attract a child. Not only children learn from teachers, teachers also need to learn from children. A successful teacher is willing to learn. Teachers know that they are encouraged to learn for lifetime and not just for a short time as teacher is a life-long learner.
Therefore, students ' expectancies for success and the value they have for succeeding are important determinants of their motivation to perform different achievement tasks. Children 's expectancies and values themselves are most directly determined by teachers so helping students to set reasonable achievement tasks, getting them to attribute success to effort, establishing a warm and supportive classroom climate are the important factors. Student will tend to behave what the teacher expects. ( Sustaining effect). Otherwise, no motivated activity occurs.
Teacher professional identity encompasses how teachers view themselves as a teacher and what they consider to be a good teacher. They should always be driven towards the growth of the children, enabling them to flourish, or as Aristotle said, helping them to reach a level of ‘eudemonia’ (Nodding, 2002). While one of the key roles of teachers is to inspire students, they should first be inspired themselves, or this passion and enthusiasm will not transfer into the classroom environment (Delaney, 2017). For example, some of the teachers at St.Aibherin’s may have a strong commitment to equality and this is why they choose to work in a DEIS band 1 school in such a diverse environment. In essence, effective teachers have good intentions and believe that what they are doing is making a difference i.e.
It helps to build self-confidence and enhances motivation to learn. It builds a holistic individual who is ready for life. I strongly believe that both heredity and environment should be given equal priority in teaching and learning. As a teacher, it is important to understand the effects of both heredity and environmental factors on learning. By so doing, a teacher can be in a position to plan and lay a strategic environment for learning for their learners.
Time is managed adequately as well. Learners that are actively engaged in lessons are less likely to be disruptive. To achieve optimum results the teacher must use Classroom management Positive relationship between teacher and learner Build trust Love your students Assume the best in them Praise positive Stand firm against negative behaviour Importance Social + emotional growth Decrease negative behaviour Effective learning Discipline Motivation + respect Proactive in lesson plans and activities SUCESSFUL LEARNING ENVIROMENT IMPLEMENTATION + REINFORCEMENT OF RULES BEGINNING OF SEMESTER CONSISTANT + FAIR various strategies and approaches. The main reason to achieve class management is to bring order. With systematic order learners know
Each student is expected to present his/her own reflection on how far tackling of task 1 to 4 will help in making him/her become an effective teacher. Broadly, an effective teacher does not only involve having a deep content knowledge but also organisational, management and communication skills. He/she must be able to organise instructions, provide relevant assessment and fair evaluations. In addition, an effective teacher is responsible to create a warm classroom climate to promote enthusiasm, motivation and an interactive teacher-student relationship. It also implies to be caring and understandable and above all enhance learning.