I will be explaining what I had to do in each piece of work in the task sheet and how I could have improved it. Unit 1 – Pass 1 The task was to explain specific attributes, general attributes and attitudes. Also include at least 3 examples from each group. I created a table on Microsoft Word to make my work easy to understand and clear to read. I managed to get all the information I need we from the internet also the teacher explained what each of the personal attributes are so that we could all understand it.
Retrieved June 12, 2007, from Academic Search Premier database. Annotation: The article focuses on the classification of students learning styles like visual, auditory and kinesthetic. By learning students’ capacity it would enable them to learn in an effective and fascinating way. Although this is a short article it gives me a different view of learning from a student and teachers stand
In indirect instruction, the role of the teacher shifts from lecturer/director to that of facilitator, supporter, and resource person. The teacher arranges the learning environment, provides opportunity for student involvement, and, when appropriate, provides feedback to students while they conduct the inquiry (Martin, 1983). Indirect means that the learner acquires a behaviour indirectly by transforming, or constructing, the stimulus material into meaningful response or behaviour that differs from both (1) the content being used to present the learning and (2) any previous response given by the student -best to use when teaching concepts, abstractions, or patterns -best to use when the learning process is inquiry-based, the result is discovery, and the learning context is a problem. -Student-centred (student is an interactive participant)-teacher is facilitator. -uses all parts of Bloom’s taxonomy including Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation -indirect instruction involves: organizing content, inductive and deductive reasoning, examples and non-examples, student experiences, questions, student’s self-evaluation, and group discussion.
Know how to identify developmental needs: Aim: Identify own learning style(s) and the learning style(s) of another member of the team. Sufficiency descriptors: Own Learning style(s) and the learning style(s) of another member of the team are indentified in detail, using a recognised model of learning styles which is itself explicitly identified. Outcome: I decided to use the Honey and Mumford learning styles to establish the learning style. This technique was developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford. It looks at the four stages of the learning cycle and links them in the following way: Learning Cycle Stages • Experiencing • Reflecting • Theorising • Testing Honey and Mumford • Activist • Reflector • Theorist • Pragmatist By applying this technique you are able to identify four areas for consideration.
What are the different educational philosophies and how will they affect not just my personal teaching philosophy, but how it will affect the students I teach? First I look at progressivism. Progressivism is an “educational philosophy that stresses active learning through problem solving, projects, and hands-on experiences.” (Koch, 2012, p. 58) I personally find this an important aspect of education. A student can sit and read, be read to and drilled incessantly on facts and figures and problems but if they are not given the ability to be hands on in their education and given the skills to work
Assessment methodology Learners can enter the types of evidence they are presenting for assessment and the submission date against each assessment criterion. Alternatively, centre documentation should be used to record this information. Learning outcomes and assessment criteria Learning outcomes Assessment criteria 1 Understand the attributes of effective team performance 1.1 Define the key features of effective team performance 1.2 Compare the models used to link individual roles and development with team performance Know how to support team development 2.1 Analyse the stages of team development 2.2 Identify barriers to success and how these can be overcome 2.3 Analyse the effect group norms may have on team development 2.4 Differentiate between beneficial conflict and destructive conflict in teams 2.5 Evaluate methods of dealing with conflict within a team 2.6 Compare methods of developing and establishing trust and accountability within a team 3.1 Evaluate ways of promoting a
Vygotski believed external speech is the precursor of internalized private speech, self talk that guides thinking and action. This helps a person learn quicker and more effectively. Such as repeating something in your head or saying the steps to something as you do it in your head. Piaget stages of development. There are four stages sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational.
With regard to this, David and Roger (1975) point out four learning abilities that individuals can possess and which determines the learning style(s) that such individuals posses. David Kolb came up with four different learning styles based on the experiential learning theory higher learning setting. This theory was based on concrete experience which emphasized on learning as interplay between an individual and the society. Learning accordingly, centers on an individuals feelings as well as identity constructions rather than logic. On the other hand, abstract conceptualization centered on logic and analytical thinking primarily generate of ideas and theories which is
Understanding the learning process and how it is stamped into the memory is paramount while attempting to learn or teach others. Forms of Learning According to Carlson (2010), there are four different types of learning which are perceptual learning, stimulus-response learning, motor learning, and spatial learning. Perception learning deals with the ability to recognize something that was seen before and involves life-long changes to the brain of an individual’s perceptual system (Goldstone, 1998). In perceptual learning the four mechanisms used are known as attentional weighting, stimulus imprinting, differentiation, and unitization. By attention weighting, perception becomes tailored to certain activities and surroundings by increasing the amount of awareness and attention given to significant dimensions and features.
2. List some of the distractions that might hinder your study progress or your performance in an online classroom. Some of the distractions that can hinder my study progress or performance in a classroom online are preparing meals and eating with my family, watching television, phone ringing, and children playing and keep up noise. It is also a distraction when I am tired or sleepy, due to working long hours. 3.