When a student is in new surroundings they will search and test the grounds on which they can and cannot do. There can be a fundamental reason such as ADHD. When a student is over active they could have developmental problems, and maybe they are frightened to have the child tested. The plan that I would use is clarifying the rules in the classroom and then displaying him or her classroom techniques. Maybe sometimes you have to show the student more than once to understand the procedures.
This way he learned only 6 letters, and the rest he learned from the white kids. Whenever he saw the white kids he started showing off and telling them he knew how to write. They wouldn’t believe him, so then he would dare them to beat him, and he would write all the letters that he knew how to write. The kids would write more letters, and he would then memorize them and learn them. Later his master Thomas started going to school, and since he was sometimes left alone to watch the house, he would then take master Thomas’s copybooks and write in them what he saw master Thomas was writing, until he learned to write with a similar handwriting to master Thomas’s.
For example, you can use a symbol for toys to help a child choose which toys they prefer to play with. Communication is a two way process, which involves listening as well as speaking. Being a good listener is more important that just remaining silent for the sake of it but, seeing things from the other person point of view and how they feel. By doing this the person involves feels supported and understood. This will help us build positive relationships with children, young people and adults.
What does the statement, “Students not only care what you know, but want to know you care” mean to you? This statement to me means, that there are students who not only seek for a teacher with knowledge, but a teacher who will appreciate them as a student, and encourage them to succeed. This is because many students are discouraged by those teachers who are in a classroom because it is their job rather than their passion. Everyday I encounter different students with different personalities, but through my experience with children, I have learned that, the most common students are those who are in need of a caring hand and support. For example, I once worked with a group of fifth graders who were all very well behaved, but there was one boy
He starts clapping and jumping up and down screaming, "Baaaneeyyy". Anderson (2006) claimed that young children have a difficult time telling the difference between fantasy and reality, they are highly susceptible to the socializing effects of television, especially those shows on children's television channels and animated programs (p. 287). I am so pleased to see how happy Landen is. He even knows what remotes he needs to turn on Barney. When he is ready to watch Barney, he will grab the remotes and bring them to me.
He belived that everyone starts at the bottom (physiological) and that no one can progress to the next stage (safety) until they have got the first stage and so forth until they have reached the top. This theory has been used in schools to help lessons as maslow said that students also need to progress through the stages to do well. By this he means those who havnt met their physiological needs (ie being tired in lesson) will not be able to focus in class. Once they have met that they need to feel safe in class so that they can concentrate as they will feel comfortable. They then need to feel accepted by the other students in class, once they feel accepted they can build up their self esteem meaning they can reach the last step of progressing well in their