Like stated before, it gives the teacher to see where the students ' strong points are or where their weaknesses are and need to work on that specific topic. When having assessments as the teacher it helps them know where their students are at with the lesson and it makes the students know that learning is an important concept in school. By students realizing this it makes them take school seriously and want to do well in class. If the students, see the teacher caring about them and working with them they will be more willing to take their studies thoughtfully and if the students still do not understand they know the teacher will be willing to
Samantaray (1971) researches on teacher effectiveness have established the fact that teachers attitude and teachers effectiveness are positively related. Examples of these attitudes include wanting to teach and “doing it from the heart” enjoying the work, being dedicated to the job and to the children. Positive attitudes towards teaching and one’s own performance can in my view significantly contribute to classroom success; there is also the positive interpersonal relationship which is necessary to foster a connection between the teacher and students. Participating in student activities, enjoy being with them, caring for them, being interested in them and trusting them displays a positive attitude. Hence the fact that research has shown that “Success in the classroom is mapped to positive behaviours.” Samantaray (1971).
Scrivener (2005: 24) agrees that good teachers have to create an atmosphere where the empathy and the authenticity are effective to complement the rapport in a lesson. All of these aspects are really important to consider when describing good English teachers because students look for feeling comfortable with teachers with such features, in order for students to feel secure enough to make questions and receive the most appropriate answers, which allow them developing their skills in learning a second
Motivation can be defined as the driving force that guides or inspires a person to act or to be committed to a task, job, or subject. In the class, the motivation can come from the student’s own desires or willingness to attain achievement. However, it can also be from the educator’s efforts and determination. If students are unmotivated, it can become quite hard for them to concentrate in the class. They will find it difficult to pay attention to what the teacher is explaining and will consequently have difficulties to absorb the required knowledge.
b) Employing inclusive teaching strategies i.e., teaching ways that do not exclude students from opportunities to learn. c) Promoting student engagement through active learning. I.e., it requires students to participate in class as opposed to sitting and listening quietly. Strategies include brief question and answer session, hands on activities, using mind maps, flowchart etc. d) Teaching with technology i.e., children will be able to learn in creative and innovative ways when properly aligned with instructors learning objectives and course
Feedback is a significant element in determination of education quality as well as in effective learning where it portrays the learning outcomes for students and the successes for the tutors. There are many aspects that concern educationists with regards to feedback but the relationship between perspectives of learning as well as teaching and feedback stands as the most important among them. Feedback should be conveyed in different modes in a learning environment but whatever mode chosen creates room for dialogue between the tutor and students. Therefore, it is only through feedback that the student engagement relationship with the feedback as well as the tutors’ perceptions of learning, teaching and assessment that such successes can be established. The Rationale Feedback is closely related to learning and teaching theories making it a significant element in learning despite the theories that may be adapted.
Therefore, teachers must create an ideal classroom environment that is encouraging to learning. Also, teachers should be trained to support expanded role for class interaction to make effective. Teachers should consider various strategies that can capitalize on student engagement and success in the classroom. As instructors, we can create an ideal classroom environment that is favorable to learning. Learning is intrinsically hard-work; it is pushing the brain to its limits, and it can only possible with the help of motivation.
I personally feel that if a teacher can’t accept others, they are in the wrong career field. Lastly, implementing multicultural outlooks into curriculum planning and classroom management skills is key for success. This will help other children experience diverse cultures in learning centers and activities. Demonstrating good character and accepting others shows children at a young age to respect and acknowledge other people, despite any differences they may have. The teacher plays a key role in the development of this
The need for positive relationships with teachers does not diminish as children mature. Support in teacher–student relationships may be particularly salient at transition points, such as the transition from elementary to middle school (Wentzel, 1998). Middle school teachers who convey emotional warmth and acceptance as well as make themselves available regularly for personal communication with students foster the positive relational processes characteristic of support. These supportive relationships help maintain students’ interests in academic and social pursuits, which in turn lead to better grades and more positive peer relationships. Although teachers are not the only source of support for middle school students, the support students receive from their parents, peers, and teachers seemed to have additive, thus fairly independent, effects.
We seek to eliminate gaps in achievement and attainment among our students that we intentionally identify our student’s interests, strengths and weaknesses. Through this method, we can therefore focus on our weak students regarding their intellectual and learning weaknesses by teaching them further in accordance to their interests to inspire them and overcome their difficulties to achieve instead.In this matter we expect that both our teachers and studentscan come to a more comfortable, meaningful and enjoyable educational learning encounter together. We understand that students have varied intelligence and comprehension that we employ some support staffs in the classroom to assist and helpstudents, who are experiencing difficultiescoping up,to understandthe lesson the teacher is teaching.The team teaching of the teachers and support staffs, ensure students thorough understanding of the lesson of the day and are ready to move to a new