Outcome 3 Understand how schools uphold their aims and values 3,1 Define the meaning of a)aims Aims are what the school hope to achieve throughout the year. These are set out by the governing body who will use the national curriculum to see if children will achieve a key stage for that year or they are on course to do so at the key stage. At my placement school in assembly each monday they read out all the attendance figures and say whether they have reached the target level set out by the government of 95%. Also part of the assembly is to promote ways of which children should interact with each other which is another key aim of this school. All teachers have a high expectation of the pupil to get the higher standards.
| Comparison of Discipline Models: Wong’s, Kagan, Kyle, & Scott, & Morrish | GCU:536 | | Ja’Net Smith | 6/19/2012 | | Model | Strengths | Weaknesses | Advantages | Disadvantages | Agree/Disagree | Wong’s Pragmatic Approach:This model focuses on student achievements through classroom procedures and management. | •Specific set of procedures must be taught 1.teacher must explain and show students the procedure 2. teachers allow students to rehearse the procedure with them 3. teachers reinforce the procedure until the students know how to do the procedure ).•Procedures and classroom management should begin as soon as preplanning and continue throughout the first days and for the remainder of the school year | •Students may not grasp all procedures and therefore student teacher relationships are not created•Some needs of the students are vague and more attention is focused on how the teacher can be successful | •Shows how teachers can have control over their classroom from day one regardless of what age group is being taught.•Shows how teachers can obtain order, discipline, management and procedures in the classroom | •Individual student needs are not looked at and unexpected events that could occur in the classroom are not addressed.•Teachers may have problems implementing parts of this model due to student’s different behaviors.•Using this model teachers may find themselves overlooking how to help students develop individual potential skills. | I agree with this model because Charles (2008) states that Wong’s pragmatic approach through procedures shows that student’s achievement is associated with good teacher classroom procedures from the first day of school. | Kagan, Kyle, & Scott Win-Win Discipline:This model looks into ways to meet the needs of students by allowing students and teachers to work together to handle behavior
Online classes required self determination and a lot time. This is definitely not what I had in mind! Procrastination and grades don’t mix well and the outcome has many consequences. Happiness is hard to achieve when you are always in a rush to finish a task that was supposed to be done weeks or even months before hand. For example I waited all summer to sign up for fall classes and as a result I got stuck with most classes that other students didn’t want to take.
Running head: A COMPARISON OF DISCIPLINE MODELS A Comparison of Discipline Models Grand Canyon University: EDU – 450 January 13, 2013 A Comparison of Discipline Models | Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom | Kagan’s Win-Win Discipline | Morrish’s Real Discipline | Strengths | * Establishes classroom management from the first day of school. * Establishes procedures which students are expected to follow and are able to rehearse until they become routine. * The procedures are divided up depending on the time of day which improves the organization and flow of the classroom. * This type of classroom focuses on classroom management, consistency, procedures, and routines. | * Teachers, students, and parents work together to achieve success.
3.1 Explain how the teaching role involves working with other professionals. 3.2 Explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles. As a training officer at webs training I am required to heavily communicate with other professionals within my job role. Firstly I work with other training officers at work to produce an equal and fair education to the pupils a good example of this is if a training offices is absent one day there will be a structured lesson plans to follow so the officer that is covering can pick up the lesson plan adjust it to meet there needs and be able to provide a good lesson even if it’s not the trade area there back ground is from. Other professionals I work with are supervisors/mentors
Reflection Summaries BIS/220 April 10, 2012 The first class usually follows a regimented format. The first night of Business Information Systems / 220 was not significantly different than most others. The discussion began by each person, in turn, explaining how they were introduced to information technology (IT) and what they use it for these days. Surprisingly, many classmates indicated they have used IT since grade school. Further discussion centered on class policies including the instructor's stance on plagiarism.
Esme begins the book with the most prominent issue facing new teachers; discipline and classroom management. Luckily for Esme, she had a great cooperating teacher in one of her student placements. The teacher taught her to ignore bad behaviors until you can’t stand them anymore. In the school district I am at now, the discipline of the school is very strict
For example, many of us weren’t really use to studying during high school, mainly because it was so unchallenging. But through college you are going to have to make some changes in your life. You are going to take those classes that require memorizing long formulas and theories, and that will take more of your time. During the process of college you are going to have to learn how to take care of yourself regardless of your parent’s being there for you or not. Responsibility will play a big role during this time of your life.
My host school, which was Fayetteville State University, did not grant me the funds to pay for my classes at Lenoir Community College. So when I decided to register for classes this fall at Fayetteville State they said I had to reenroll because I was no longer a student there. That was a hard
It’s very hard to type a paper or study for a test when you have a nine month old that wants to get into everything. I honestly think that is one of the stressors that get to me the most so I have decided to get a babysitter when I have very important things to do like a big test or project. Another stressor I face is living with another college student and only having one computer, it’s very hard to choose who gets the computer when we both have very important things to study. This also can lead to arguing; only causing more stress. We sat down and worked out a solution we ordered a new computer, we only hope this helps us get more college work done and in a timely manner leaving us with less stress.