One important principle is that “ Development and learning proceed at varying rates from child to child, as well as at uneven rates across different areas of a child’s individual functioning” (NAEYC, 2009). As a teacher one should plan ahead for assessing students abilities and ranges of development. Then she should be ready too differentiate between students when they all accomplish tasks at different paces since no two children are the same. Teachers should also be aware that the same child will vary in their own development at different tasks. I’ve seen this in schools in way of differentiating, a method in which lessons are simplified or made more challenging based on the difficulty levels students can preform at.
I will model positive behavior, and if the challenging behavior occurs I will suggest new activities and give choices in order to limit saying no. To add on, I will focus on the positive of each child instead of labeling them a “bad child" because of their behavior. Instead of sending a child to “time out” I will use alternative strategies such as positive reinforcement, reminding the child about our classroom rules and in some cases ignore the behavior as long as the behavior does not harm the child or any other child. To ensure that children are receiving the right strategies to promote self-regulation at school and at home I will partner with parents up with parents. I will do weekly reports about the child 's behavior and have ongoing communication in order to reinforce positive
IMPROVEMENT OF DISCIPLINE IN THE CLASS HELPS IN IMPROVING LEARNERS PERFORMANCE INTRODUCTION This is a reports on how teachers or either circuit or district can be advised on effective way of improving class discipline and learner performance .This aims cannot be achieved if student are experiencing difficulties in handling the subject matter and student are battling to cope. The reports is based on impacts of discipline and learners performance ,motivation , lack of self-discipline ,placement of young people need to be designed opportunities for learning new skills and create new adventures and establish their own enterprises. Placement of discipline and education, analysis of the problem, how to developed discipline and structures in the school
First of all, formative assessment allow student to gain opportunity on how to take responsibility for their own learning, as example, teachers designed classroom assessment for students, students have to develop an understanding on their own and address findings for the challenge they encounter, all these able to help students aware of their learning needs and interests. Teachers can help student in learning but at the end of the day, student is the one who need to do the learning. Student will have better performance in studies if they figured out their strengths and weaknesses on particular subject they need to work on. Besides that, evaluation such as teachers explain learning aims, give effective feedback and check their understanding after each formative assessment, these helps students in communicate clear and specific learning goals. By setting goal,
Classroom management is directly tied to the level of students’ involvement and academic achievement (Kirk, 2010). Behavior management focuses on decreasing the amount of time students display disruptive behaviors so students can achieve academically. There are three effective strategies for effective classroom management. They include, proactive classroom management through praise, consistent consequences and punishments, and positive interaction between teacher and students (Kirk, 2010). Teachers teach students their behavior expectations by teaching them to follow a set of specific rules so they are aware of their expectations in the classroom.
It is suggested that the earlier intervention will become well- adjusted and socially competent individuals. If an individual. If an individual cannot reach social competence, social isolation will become worse over time. Group counseling has also proven to be effective in developing a wide range of interpersonal skills in children at an elementary school level. The article
Because, differences between students such as powerful or not are not significant in their lives.Differantiating children in terms of sex, gender, race, age, language, socioeconomic status may lead to social disorder in the future. Because children is the keystone of the society. What educators and parents engrain in child in early years, will bring about some influences on society. Therefore, we should take into consideration all of situations and factors that may affect children and in this direction child should be raised with a huge caution. The other one is preparing teachers well.I think, to enhance students different abilities and skills, teachers should be more effective to teach students something in their educations.Thus, teachers should be highly-skilled and
And, teachers can be shown how to display items that show diverse cultures, languages, and traditions; males and females in nontraditional roles; or “differently-abled children and adults demonstrating strengths and abilities” (WGBH, 2014, par. 1). Early childhood educators must learn how to give children the appropriate language to respectfully talk about differences. When teachers come to understand the importance of celebrating diversity, they will be better able to help their students recognize and reject bias against race, language, culture, gender, and abilities (WGBH, 2014). Article
Building relationships, setting expectations, motivating interest, and encouraging learning forces the student to develop a positive outlook on education. The effect that good teachers have on children at a young age can influence the academic success or failure of the student later on. A good teacher is explained as being an inspiration to their students while also building trusting relationships and instilling morals and values into these young children. It is assumed that elementary school teachers have little to no effect on how their students will succeed in high school and college. While parents are at work, students are left with their teachers to learn basic human skills and knowledge required for life.
There has been important research on how parental involvement affects students. Explanations for why parents do not get involved, and what role teachers play in creating an atmosphere that is encouraging to parents becoming actively involved in their children’s education; Parental involvement is defined as contribution made by parents to their child's education. These contributions can take place in or outside of the school. For example, At home, Parental involvement can include activities such as helping with homework; and parent’s involvement at school may include parents volunteering in the classroom or attending workshops. Parental involvement is essential to school reform.