Encouraging and establishing student self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior is what every classroom needs. Classroom rules and procedures should be established with students the first week of school. Each student should have full understanding and be aware of what is expected of him/her. Providing a safe learning environment where students can participant is a key factor in classroom management. A student needs to feel comfortable with themselves, others, and the teacher, so there can be meaningful discussion and interactions.
STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOME Rock Valley College have been and will continue to help student graduate or continue their education with the best knowledge of the student learning outcome also knowing as SLO. The six SLO are Communicate effectively, Integrate technology into all fields of knowledge and expression, Demonstrate competency in critical thinking, Respect and work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and abilities, Demonstrate the behaviors of ethical and socially responsible citizens, and last one is Demonstrate personal wellness. In the real world SLO is very important; u might not need to learn all of them, but at least most, RVC knows that’s important for the real world, career and life we as student choose. Upon completion of the RVC, we as students should be able to recognize and understand SLO and master it. What is SLO?
Running head: MY PERSONAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT My Personal Classroom Management Grand Canyon University EDU430N: Classroom Management Professor Allison Atkins June 20, 2010 My Personal Classroom Management Plan In order to establish an optimal system of discipline, teachers need an encompassing viewpoint that includes the purpose of discipline as well as the elements that comprise discipline and how those elements work to improve behavior while still maintaining motivation and dignity (Charles, 2008). There are various approaches to discipline that are effective in the classroom. Almost any disciplinary approach can be organized to focus on helpfulness and positive relations with students (Charles, 2008). Therefore, when teachers
Individual growth will establish students with a total understanding towards their health as well as an education in future living skills. I believe participation in a physical education allows the students an opportunity to learn and formulate a healthy value structure. My main goal is to see my students improve in some areas, not always all, if I do this I have succeeded as a teacher. I want to teach my students the skills to be healthy and play some games, as well as to be successful later in life. The main goal for me is to see my students improve and give all they can.
As a teacher, my primary responsibility is to ensure that learners are enrolled onto the correct course, in terms of meeting their needs, abilities and aspirations. Further to this, I need to ensure that my learner is on the appropriate course in terms of meeting their award and organisational requirements. In order to do this I will probably have responsibility for the following: promoting a safe and supportive learning environment; promoting equality and diversity; adhering to key legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice; modelling professional behaviour at all times to inspire my
7302 City and Guilds 1) As a teacher my role in the classroom would be to provide a safe and enjoyable learning environment. I would need to do this by following health and safety guidelines at all times and ensuring that I had done sufficient planning for my lessons taking into account my learners own abilities and possible problems that may occur. I would treat all members fairly, with respect and dignity. This may mean spending more time with individual learners and planning activities with sufficient resources to appeal to all abilities and learning styles. I would need to consider possible support that would be required in the classroom.
Cher this is a website I used. http://www.academicintegrity.org/icai/assets/FVproject.pdf Spring 2014 Assignment # 2 1) How would you define ethical learning and academic integrity? I would define ethics learning as the ability to prepare our students to develop the necessary skills needed to living a productive life in our society by providing an environment that is conductive for learning. Academic integrity is holding them account for your action, promoting growth whereby they learn to be responsibility and treating other with respect. According to the Center for Academic Integrity (CAI) is teaching students to become model citizens who are honesty, trustworthy, fairness, respectful, and responsibility regardless of consequences.
Test-taking, career-oriented, learning behavior, decision-making, and critical thinking are all areas in which I have strengths. I was able to apply this to my theory through the way in which class is conducted, and the students are assessed. DI and inclusion push for children to embrace their learning behavior and styles while helping them develop deeper thinking processes. Creating success and higher levels of thinking allow children to become goal orientated which will help them when it is time to choose career paths of their own. In my theory, an effective teacher must also be willing to change and adapt lesson plans based on the needs of the students.
I intend to train and guide my students in every aspect, even in other subjects. I persuade my students to perform excellently in anything they do. When there are upcoming tests or quizzes, I make sure that I tutor them beforehand. I engage them to let me know if there is something that they do not understand, and I also want them to support each other. I hope that my students use the skills that they learn in my classroom so I can help them progress their skills more.
Sherri Millikan August 25, 2011 EDU 215 Education Foundations and Framework Instructor Donna Graham My Personal Educational Philosophy Every educator should consider the values and principles when it comes to ones personal philosophy. The educator personal philosophy should reflect the overall development of the students along with the educator theories and philosophies. Guiding the students towards a successful life has become a crucial element. Teaching instruction and adaptation of the school curriculum has determined several educational philosophies such as progressivism, behaviorism, idealism, perennialism, experimentalism, realism, essentialism, and existentialism. An educator who caters to the students through