Although those are some of the attributes needed to become a good teacher. The real roles a teacher would be required to fill are found on a much more personal level. As a teacher it is your responsibility to inspire each and every learner that comes into your class. Each lesson you teach should be a demonstration of qualities you want to install in them. Your life while in those classrooms should be an example for the learners to live by.
“Formative assessment is a process used by teacher and students during instruction that provides feedback to adjust on going teaching and learning to improve students’ achievement of intended instructional outcomes (Caroline Wylie and Christine Lyon, 2013).” I believe that formative assessments are essential for both students and teachers to inform instruction within lessons and they confirm how much students know about the lesson and how teacher can support to engage in their learning. I approve that asking better questions affords students an opportunity for deeper thinking and provides teachers to know the levels of students’ understanding. In my class, when I started the lesson with inquiring based questions by eliciting learners’ level of background knowledge, the students promptly gave feedback or response quickly to me. It was so notable that I could make
We have variations in perspectives because in our life we make basic options and choices that made our basic stance in life. Understanding the people around you is a big thing in the workplace to create a more harmonious relationship with them. And I think this is one way to develop trust and healthy working relationship and productive environment. Sharing with co-workers is but a natural thing in a professional environment. Since teachers should need to acquire desirable values (because we are role models), I will make a way to make these people realize their own value system during monthly meetings or even during an inset seminar or training.
Moreover, I have learned how to apply it during my teaching in classroom so as to increase positive response from my students. Effective teachers are distinguished by their devotion to the students and to the job of teaching. As a teacher, one must feel the responsibility for the achievement and success of the students and own professional development. According to the reading that I made while working on “differentiated instruction” I have found that all students can learn
As a teacher, I will be sharing my instructional materials with other teachers to help their students and also get their professional resources to help my students. Moreover, being a learning facilitator is an important role for teachers by which I can learn from and with other teachers to find out what most develops student learning. One more role is serving as a mentor which allows me to strengthen my leadership skills by working with individuals from distinct backgrounds and with different personality types. As a mentor, I have to consider the importance of developing and raising good
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. The relationships I had with my teachers from school have clearly had a direct effect on me. Students can tell exactly how you are feeling by the way you act in class and it can be hard to hide these emotions. When I teach material that
It occurs as a part of everyday teaching and learning and uses information from ongoing assessment to shape classroom teaching and learning. Assessment as learning puts the students in active role as learners, using assessment information to self-assess, regulate and monitor their learning progress. Assessment is important for several reasons: 1. Assessment result provide qualitative information that helps faculty determine how they might improve courses and/or programs through changes in curriculum, teaching methodologies, course materials or other areas. When integrated into the planning cycle for curriculum development and review, assessment results can provide powerful rationale for securing support for curricular and other changes.
By having this initial discussion, you are already identifying the learner’s needs, ensuring they are going on the right course and level. You will continue to identify their needs, carrying out initial assessments and diagnostics, creating individual lesson plans and creating an ILP, gaining a good understanding of your learners and building the professional relationships while ensuring their progression. As a teacher, your role is to complete detailed, clear and effective lesson plans. Carrying out Research, reading, obtaining appropriate materials, videos clips, preparing activities/resources. Making sure your lessons meets all the learners’ needs maintaining their retention, keeping in mind the ‘learning pyramid’.
Teachers ensure that their detailed strategies are tailored closely to learners’ needs and to covering what needs to be taught. Alongside this, they regularly assess how thoroughly learning is taking place. Because of this, they are able to reshape their approaches appropriately, quickly, confidently and with impact. Teachers refer constantly to the skills that are being learnt and use the setting of skill-based objectives at the start of learning activities wisely. They ensure a purpose linked to learning points in doing every activity or task (Ofsted, 2014).