Teacher must integrate teaching strategies that will help students to assimilate knowledge such as supportive classroom environment, recognition of difference and connectedness to the wider world. This will boost up student’s confidence and contributes to their sense of function for being at school. Good teachers know the content, know how to give explanation, expect and demand high level of performance from learners. These teachers are great performers that rivet their students’ attention. However, great teachers engineer learning experiences that eventually make the students connect experiences with diverse areas of knowledge in a significant
In sports, it will improve our teams and can intimidate other teams if we get a giant win record. In academics, it will allow our students to learn more in school and be prepared for the future. On the whole, I believe competition is good in school because it allows children to work together as a team, it helps children stay active, and it makes kids strive to be better. I strongly believe that we can keep competition in the school system. However, I can not control what decisions adults make.
Competencies may be developed, but they are most powerful when used to select people who are already a good fit for the job. It has been recognized that building the capacity of teachers and schools to teach pupils with a diverse range of special educational needs is a key to raising the achievement of these pupils. Zepeda (2008) agrees to the premise that to achieve high qualified teachers, it falls to school leaders to provide professional learning opportunities for teachers that build their capacity to teach ways that are congruent with contemporary understanding about learning, use assessment to inform teaching and meet differing needs. Teachers must once reflect how they are with their teaching. They need to understand and address their strengths and weaknesses using a list of competencies.
Teachers play a key role in students’ education and achievement. It has an impact on the growth and well-being of the children, as teachers help in molding students. Rapport building among teachers and students will have a direct impact on achievement. Indeed, when they feel loved, trusted and cared for, the students will be more eager to work in class and this will have a positive impact on the results. At school, teachers have to encourage students to take up extracurricular activities, as well as to excel in their studies.
AN INVESTIGATIVE APPROACH ON THE PROSPECTIVE TEACHER’S PERSONALITY SHAPING Introduction In the changing globalised scenario of education teaching has become more challenging and complex. It is now not only a mere interaction between student and teacher but an organised, systematic process in which application of science, technology and consideration of behavioral science is of outmost importance. In this context a teacher should have an all round ability starting from academic superiority to behavioral adaptability. So, presence of some inherent and coherent quality like personality, acceptability, adaptability, values, accountability, professional ethics etc are essential for a teacher to reach the peak of excellence. In this paper we will
This successively created a positive change in the classroom culture where students felt more valued and respected. This empowered them with a confidence that allowed them to believe that the future was theirs. Not only is it important to increase the confidence of the students, but the teachers as well. Celene Domitrovich (2016) conducted a study that demonstrated that a higher level of self-efficacy could be achieved when using the PAX GBG and PATHS to PAX strategies. This self-efficacy positively affected the classroom environment, thereby positively affecting the students and their achievements.
2. The strength of these philosophies lies in the fact they are all student centered approaches to teaching and learning. I most appreciate the prescriptive nature of the philosophies meaning that they all are attempting to increase learning and decrease behavior issues by establishing roles, routines, and norms of a classroom. I think if I can actively utilize the approaches above, I can create the type of environment that is helpful to both students and still be a place I want to work in. I do not expect that I can do it all the first year, but maybe over time I can bring in more research based applications of classroom management.
According to some recent research, there is a strong correlation between teachers’ teaching and students’ school success (Diaz-Maggioli, 2004; Sparks, 2002). In other words, different teachers adopt various teaching models or practices in order to improve and enhance their professional skills in the field of EFL. In this sense, Huber-man (1989), believes that teachers’ careers include cycles of conflict or
Students took personal responsibility for their behaviors and learning, as such, rewards were mostly intrinsic. Naturally, that year I was more effective, but I quickly realized that classroom management and the management of student conduct are skills that I will acquire and hone over time. Subsequently, I have grown each school year and now have great command of the classroom, build relations with my students, and my classroom is now an impactful learning environment. I am now able to focus more on the best pedagogy to meet the needs of the students versus disciplinary actions. Starting the school with a strong classroom management plan sets the right tone for the remainder of the year; therefore, I start out tough because I can always relax my rules as time
I. Introduction Studying helps the student to learn a lot of information that would further widen their horizon. It is one step to success because the better study habit is, the more successful students will become. Studying is important to help grow mentally that could not be stagnant forever. And the major tangible factor that affects the performance of the students is the school’s structures and buildings they are using.