ethnicity, socioeconomic, special programs – SpEd, ELL. - Leaders are held responsible for the results and often given some discretion how to resolve the campus issues or how to enhance/enrich the program; promotes leader buy-in and ownership of the problem Weaknesses of accountability to school organization leadership: - Some leaders take the pressure and pass it on negatively to the staff/students; a little pressure can be good but the leader must know when to push, when to encourage and so on in order to keep morale high and the goal attainable - Some leaders don’t know what to do with the data and are not confident enough to ask for help or guidance; thus, they either retreat or they “get out the whip” yet either way there is no direction or team work with the faculty; this is to the detriment of the faculty and students - The accountability system is now so complicated that the typical parent or taxpayer can’t understand it and all the nuances; this can cause a misperception of a school’s performance based on one sub-population that may not have done well because of a few
Comprehensive Plan The educational sector in schools are often faced with the lack of supervision, whether it is due to non-compliance of rules, misunderstanding of rules and policies, or simply not being attentive to students. Whatever the reasons are for the lack of supervision, it is unacceptable and there should be a comprehensive plan in place to promote safety. Based on recent research and strategic analyses of a school along with reviews of literature, the development of a comprehensive plan was created to provide school staff, students, and visitors with a safe and secure environment. This paper will give in-depth information on this plan to align with case law. Preparation to Promote School Safety Strict supervision has to be
Caring relationships that instill a value in education, and that high expectations might be the most important form of capital parents need to be effectively involved and students to be academically successful (Vongprateep, 2015). If parents and students feel supportive and engaged we hope this will transfer over to student engagement and school performance, thus parents will take an active role in their child’s education. How do we help parents and student have not had successful interactions with school and have been disengaged? Parents and students, due to school issues, have had a negative experience at school that involved dealing with law enforcement and face legal process. They often see the school as the enemy; both parent and students disengage and are not actively evolved.
In the daily events of a school, it is the teachers who are…the position to intervene when bullying occurs (Yoon, J., & Bauman, S. 2014). In the educational environment, teachers must take initiative in preventing this behavior. While these too articles are similar, they also have different approaches toward bullying. For example, the article by Jose A. Casas, Rosario Ortega-Ruiz, and Rosario Del Rey, solely discusses the impact of positive and negative classroom management. While the other article discusses the actual role of the teacher in prevention.
Solution focused therapy tends to focus on future orientation as oppose to present orientation. This is especially important for students who are older and getting ready to enter college and the workforce. I also think it is important to apply this form of therapy because it allows the client a wide range of autonomy, allowing them to workout their own problems. Most of all because of its solution focused ideas; brief therapy is an ideal intervention for all youth. I think as a counselor working in a school setting this is extremely important because we may encounter problems,
Connect with the person you are talking to so they feel you are not just hearing the words & that you understand. With children the environment they are brought up in effects their behaviour. Show them that there are boundaries & limits within a school but always make this age appropriate so they will understand. It is important they learn to consider others feelings but just as important to now forget their own feelings and emotions & how to deal with them. Effective communication rather than say getting into and argument which will only upset people and make the situation worse.
teacher and develop their confidence without being jusdgemental (as cited in Wang & Odell, 2002, p. 493). Although the mentee's emotional and psychological attachment to the mentor serves as an armor while coping with stressful situations in the classroom, this attachment is also proven to be detrimental for mentee’s further professional development as a teacher (Wang & Odell, 2002). As Wang's research has demonstrated, those student teachers whose mentors practised the humanistic mentoring style, eventually, lacked the ability to form their own teaching approach and ended up developing the practices and ideas “closely resembling those of their mentors but often differing from the reform-minded visions that they held before their internship”,
Those inappropriate behaviour occurs because the way the lesson is being conducted or carried out by the teacher is not engaging or interesting which will bore the students durin lesson. Another reason would be that the environment of the classroom is very noisy or very distractive that students cant focus or pay attention. This will draw their attention to where the noise is coming from (Galagan, & Biech, 2010). Jane had chosen to use the operant conditioning on her current students as it was almost the end of year for evaluation. This operant conditioning was used to mold their behavior and hopefully improve it.
Perhaps they will experiment and use the technology, although the traditional classrooms have many advantages, students and teachers would benefit from a flipped classroom, because the class would not be centered around the teacher. When the class is centered around the teacher, the teacher tells the students precisely what to learn, the time frame to learn it, how to learn it, what assignments to complete to learn it, and to demonstrate that they have learned it. This way of teaching is affective, yet it causes students to be easily confused, frustrated, wanting to give up, especially when trying to do homework at home with nobody to help if needed. Students shouldn’t be expected to have conquered a subject after
Stopping behavioral interruptions will allow more time to teach. Class management will also create a positive learning environment where students can state their own opinions without others bashing them for it. Secondly, bad teachers have bad people skills. Good communication is essential in a learning environment in order to progress as a student. A bad teacher rarely communicates or not even acknowledge other teachers, students, administrators, parents, and staff members.