(Bovey, Stain 2003). Mr. Collet did this in his classroom by letting children help develop the homework policy, with all the different learning abilities in his classroom. In the classroom that I will be teaching in, high school resource room juniors and seniors, the policy will work well. Especially at this age children need to let their parents know what they are doing at school. When they take the homework policy home, the parents have a good idea what would be expected of them concerning their homework.
On the left side of the classroom, there were windows lining the whole left side which let in plenty of light and fresh air. Above the windows was the alphabet in cursive, both capital and lower case, on each individual laminated sign. Some of them had words listed below the letters. The back of the room had more laminated posters along with several 3-tier bookshelf cases holding books and containers with books in them. On the right side of the room was the “Enrichment Center”.
Through weebly FHS communicates to hundreds of students when they are at home or in school. Students can use weebly to improve their exam results or can gain knowledge about certain topic that they do not have any previous knowledge about. Through weebly students can also take extra lessons when they are at home. These lessons are provided by teachers to students in order to improve their knowledge of the certain topics. An example of this is Mr Bradford (head of maths department) provides online lessons to GCSE’S and A level math students so that they can learn certain topics that they are weak at.
D1: Describe the purpose of ONE (1) setting that us statutory provision for each age range. A setting that is required for the children under the age of 5 is a nursery class. A nursery class is a school class for the education of children mainly between the age of three and five. In a nursery school you learn simple mathematics counting up to 10 or maybe 20.All nurseries should follow the curriculum called E.Y.F.S (Early Year’s foundation stage) that all the teachers would have to follow when they are planning an activity this would help the children develop their skills e.g. their language skills and develop through a lot of wide range activities e.g.
Robin, and the ages of children in this room are between six to sixteen months. They were in the classroom The areas that I score were 32 in which include this subscales: the space and furnishings, personal care routines, listening and talking, activities, interaction, program structure. I am very impress with the center. I notice that the teacher and the stuff in general have an excellent parents communication. They really involve parent in their children activities and also they talk about children routines and how they can improve that time with the children.
I believe they can make deals with the school and advertise it on the schools textbooks, tablets, and the bags they give for students to carry multiple books. Also in the lunchroom, and student center with posters. The tutoring center would also be a great place to display the product. They can also give out free products and have a person set up a small display at the school to give out the free products, and tell them a little about it. 5.
There are various children’s toys located on the end table in the seating area. On the second receptionist desk two sign in sheets are present, where students are obligated to record the times the visit. The desk seemed to be cluttered with sign in papers, but floor looked as if it had recently been cleaned with distinct shine on its surface. A.3) In the front of the entrance was a licensing for the teaching of college students. DCFS licensing was posted inside the child center.
There is a role play areas within the classroom and in their secured outdoor play area. There are designated areas for tables and chairs where they will follow guided activities. These tables and chairs are created to accommodate the size of small children entering into school for the first time. Under the guidance of the class teacher and following the foundation phase, the children are allowed to roam freely from one area to another within their classroom space. Although their equipment and surroundings will appear big at first it soon becomes apparent just how small everything is in the lower school ( age 3-7 ) compared to the upper school ( age 7-11 ).
Finally, during the preschool years, many children become quite independent and social interacting with the world around them through games and play activities. This is the stage of moving from minute activities to preparing for a solid foundation in all areas of development preparing to interact out of the home. Being a teacher in a classroom, I understand the significant impacts that play enhance preschool children’s growth and development through empowerment, self- help skills, and pro social behavior. As a center, we provide opportunities for preschoolers to exercise their ability to function in a school community efficiently and independently. This includes interacting both inside and outside with their peer and their teachers.
I did my observation at Horace Mann Elementary school 2nd grade classroom. When I entered the classroom, I felt very welcomed, Mrs.Bradley had all the students welcome me. It was a very colorful classroom covered with the children’s art work. The children seemed to feel very comfortable around each other; they all appeared to be communicating well. The goals of the children in the class room are to actively participate and understand the information taught.