Inclusion involves knowing and responding to each student as an individual. An effective teacher naturally get to know his/her students over time; however, in an inclusive classroom, he/she plans speciﬁc ways to learn about his/her students and to use the information he/she gathered. This allows him/her to move from planning, based on how students can differ in general, to a more proactive approach of planning, based
During the interview process, I developed a series of questions I felt would be beneficial in comparing these two careers such as nature of work, salaries, and qualifications. The nature of work teachers and nurses pose are similar to some degree. Teachers and nurses play an important role as educator in different ways. Teachers have the important role of nurturing the intellectual and social development of their students. They provide their students with instruction and tools to help them learn and apply concepts in subjects such as math, English, science, and history.
Somehow, you can take those questions to discuss with your friends or classmates that can help you and you also can learn it from them. Further, being well-prepared is going to help you be on time at school and finish your housework before you go to school. By being this, you will be a successful learner who always prepares everything well and never be late at school. Next, you have to pay attention to what is said in the class, ask questions, and write some notes. Paying attention to the teacher is what we have to do to understand about what teacher is teaching or explaining.
The observations were very enlightening and gave me a good perspective of the interaction between the students and the teachers and also helped me observe some teaching and learning skills as they are conducted in real classroom settings. Teachers use different practices to organize their classrooms, interact with students and present the information, and by observing those teachers, I have learned new ways to interact with students and explain the contents of the class. The observations have also affected the way I think about disabled students in terms of the accommodations they need. Although reading and learning about ways and skills to deal with students with special needs was very important, observing actual students with learning and physical disabilities helped me realize the difficulties these student face. I think this will help me in the future to better modify my lesson plans to accommodate all of my students.
I chose this course to develop my awareness of counselling and the techniques that are required. I wanted to see if I had the correct skills and knowledge, to offer a variety of counselling skills to my work colleagues or the students that I work with. Before the course I would have said that I had a lot of good qualities that are essential in counselling. Some of my strengths are that I am not judgemental, I can support unconditionally, I am a good listener and I am very attentive. Reflecting over the past weeks and assessing the impact of this course, I am now more aware that Counselling can help in a number of different ways.
|Educ G 203 | |Influential Teacher Paper | |[Michelle May | |17 September 2012] | | | The Teachers that have Impacted My Life As I have gone through the school system, I have met a few teachers who have made an impact on my life. Thanks to their dedication, I have now been inspired to further my education and become a teacher myself. I obviously grew up being in the classroom taught by teachers but since my mom is a speech language pathologist I have also seen school from the teacher’s perspective. For as long as I can remember, I have loved helping her in her classroom. From coloring to lesson plans, I enjoy it all.
They will learn what is taught to them by their teachers. They enjoy challenges because they are learning and not competing. They see their teacher as a role model who gives them information. It is very important to keep young learns interested and motivated in whatever activity you have planned for them. If they enjoy the activity they will absorb it quickly.
The teacher or professor may accomplish this by reviewing the material, emphasizing key points, and providing the students with examples that they would easily relate to. Most of them are willing to dedicate extra time to help the student meet his or her needs. Several high school teachers, as well as some college professors go beyond reading, writing, and arithmetic. They teach you about life, all its hardships and all its rewards. Receiving a good education is great, but enhancing yourself and growing as a person is just as important.
In the classroom, it is a great opportunity for a peer tutor to demonstrate his/her skills and abilities. Discussing topics with students helps the student’s understanding of the topic and makes them look at the different perspectives. In conclusion, these are very important guidelines for the peer tutor to follow and demonstrate. It proves that he/she is a good role model for the students who comes to class with positive attitude , prepared ready to help the students and uses his/her abilities and skills to assist the
2 Charlene Christine Govender 2. MY BEST DISCUSSION BPT1501 53799569 Assessment 11 - Portfolio Re: Discussion Topic 02: Roles and responsibilities of a teacher I enjoyed reading each one of you guys list of roles and responsibilities that teachers have. My source is http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/primary_school_teacher 1) Ensuring the optimal development of children, both socially and academically. The teacher remains up to date with latest schemes, curriculum and learning methods. Thus making sure she has the latest technological advances and advice from