The two other theories are Fred Jones and Jacob Kounin. Kounin states his feeling of inadequacy in trying to help teachers, especially beginning ones, with problems of importance to them. Discipline is one problem frequently verbalized by teachers. However Jones says that the teacher must succeed in managing discipline and instruction. He also states that during the process of growth and change, training is the easy part of effective professional development.
For students to be able to collaborate in the rulemaking process shows that their voices are not only heard but valued in your classroom, which provides them with an enriching environment. In regards to managing my classroom using rewards and punishments, I believe that they can be beneficial to an extent for students. The overuse of rewards or punishments conditions them rather than intrinsically motivates them. If students are always being punished, they are only behaving in fear of consequence. When punishments are used in moderation, students are able to comprehend the reasoning behind the repercussions of their actions, and will then be more inclined to behave based upon their full understanding rather than the superficial conditioning
Yes, lesson delivery and classroom engagement is important for students to succeed in the classroom, however, the formation of relationships with students and their families is of utmost importance. After the establishment of a sense of classroom community, “everything else begins to fall in place.” Children are engaged, they want to learn, they begin to self monitor and that’s what is most powerful. As I continue to develop my philosophies of teaching, specifically, classroom management I will bring along with me this experience and take into account Mr. Decker’s experiences and suggestions. It is important for me to recognize that being a teacher isn’t an easy job, it’s more than just lecturing students and drilling information in which I want them to regurgitate. Being a teacher is caring about the individual “whole student” their home life, their like’s and dislikes as well as their strengths and weaknesses, all in hopes of pushing each student to be as successful as
It is necessary for a teacher to have the students organized and transitions smoothly, but all the other little details, if thought of, help to make for a great lesson. A strong, outstanding teacher must manage the class efficiently and have some level of structure. An outstanding teacher needs to be able to analyze data, set goals, but most importantly have an inner drive to learn more, achieve the goal, and constantly adapt and do better. Teaching is changing quickly, so we must change with it. We need to learn how the students learn and teach in that way.
This system of heroification as used by Loewen shows the professionalism conveyed by teachers and hence their training. They are critical in the message they use to deliver concepts to the students and use all types of formulations to achieve it. One would despise the story claiming it is not very clear and true in history. The real intent however of this story is to create passion, inspire and motivate the learners in various subjects they encounter. This depicts the training teachers have had in driving their messages home.
MY PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION (INCLUDING CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT) Our personal teaching philosophy determines our approach to instruction; therefore, it is essential to have a profound understanding of our own belief system. Ones view of learning and teaching is also affected by the values we believe in. I personally believe that the goal of education should be to encourage students to seek answers to develop their schemas as well as to facilitate their development of knowledge. Aside from academics, I also believe teachers should focus on instilling values in students such as the need for trust, fair play, and the ability to take prospective, also a desire to grow older and have a positive influence on society. While teaching I would like to take
It hampers development of ideas and impedes growth. "The quality of relationship among teachers is strongly related to implementation" (p. 77). It is also important that there be "teacher participation in decisions concerning project operations and modifications" (Berman & McLaughlin, 1980, p . 9). This means that teachers have to be involved and their ideas heard to ensure ownership of the project, "the staff were more likely to invest the considerable energy needed to make the project work.
She understands the basic classroom routines and expectations, but struggles greatly with organization and often does not know what materials she needs for each subject. Gabby requires assistance with determining what materials are needed and when to use them appropriately. Nathan Ramp Special Education Teacher Adverse Effects 11/17 Gabby's ability to master regular classroom academic objectives is significantly delayed. She requires small group or one-on-one instruction and repetition to learn skills. In order to complete classroom assignments she needs incentives, continual prompts to stay on task and simple, concrete instructions.
Relationship Building Plan A teacher is not only burdened with the responsibility of ensuring that he is able to do his part in educating his students. As they say, the caliber of a teacher is seen with how his students are able to rise above mediocrity. However, the teaching profession is not just about imparting quality education. Along the process, he has to build rapport among his students and the other people around him. For the purposes of this paper, the various relationships that a teacher builds throughout his career as an educator will be discussed.
In order to address the issue of the “passing through the system approach” greater accountability has to be placed on teachers as the ‘guide on the side’. Despite the various challenges that teachers have personally and within the education system. Teachers need to be reminded that teaching is really about the “heart” of motivating and inspiring student to propel them to want take responsibility for their individual learning. While giving their students the guidance to make sense of his/her own experience and readiness to