Learning Team Log Group: D Submission Date: 3-27-13 Course: PHL-458 Instructor: Professor Faith Stephen Meeting Type: In-Person ____ E-mail X Internet Chat X Teleconference X Other: On the School team forum |Student Name (printed) |X = Participated | | Grace Lockhart | X | | Ronaldo Morrison | X | | Felicia Allen | X | | Latoya Allen | X | |
When examining the relationship between Philosophy and curriculum an educator will understand that Philosophy is one of the foundations of education. An educational philosophy is the approach to education. It incorporates the values and ideals that we want to accomplish. The curriculum is the diagram that encompasses the philosophy into the objectives of the lessons. In today’s world educators worry about lacking basic skills in Reading and Mathematics that our students are having and focus more on modern technology and having our students think out of the box.
| | | | |Voice Quality |Brendans voice level was quite good but he|Jack had no problems projecting his voice |Both Karl and Pauric could have benefited |During the cool down my voice was at a | | |could have been a little louder. |across the sports hall. |from talking louder during the lesson. |good level and heard by all pupils. | |Relevant Coaching Points and Altered |As previously mentioned Brendan didn't |Jack was well rehearsed when it came to |Again Karl and Pauric had researched the |As stated before I made sure to explain | |Teaching Positions |explain the coaching points when |the coaching points of the exercises eg |apparatus work very well and were able to |the coaching points of the stretches and | | |performing the stretches.
These are differences in understanding, perception, attitudes, or preferred action. Yet one of the key advantages of working in groups and teams is the opportunity to capitalize on the multiple perspectives that group and team members have (Beebe & Masterson, 2006). An examination of the faculty profiles provided me with an indication that although there are some teachers with innovative ideas, many teachers carry a groupthink mentality. Groupthink is described as a means of deliberating what group members use when their desire for unanimity overrides their motivation to assess all available plans of action (West & Turner, 2004). Some student profiles created by faculty members contain information that could be called into question because of biases and stereotyping.
“Running head: MY ADVICE” 1 “A Letter To Tom and Lisa: My Advice On Having A Successful Relationship” Kelli L. Norris COM 200 Professor Bradley October 6, 2014 My Advice 2 “A Letter To Tom and Lisa: My Advice On Having A Successful Relationship” Dear Tom and Lisa, My advice to you for a successful relationship will take some work, but I guarantee it will be worth it in the end. Not only will it strengthen your relationship but make it much happier one as well. I will explain the facts of effective interpersonal communication as I assess your personal communication, so that we can improve on those skills. We will then discuss how self-concept is developed and maintained, as well as recognizing the power of words or no words and how they affect our attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions. Finally, I want to help you understand how your perceptions, emotions, and nonverbal expression can affect your interpersonal relationship.
• It is well accepted by the students and can lead to a very functional classroom. • Students might not have the room and freedom to develop their own uniqueness’s or creativity. Conclusion: I personally and agree and like the Win-Win model of discipline because it is the most positive of the three, as it leaves more room for the personal development and positive
• Questions will be provided by the instructor in class to guide your journal writing (these questions are REQUIRED FOR THE ASSIGMENT). These questions will NOT be posted on Blackboard or WebCT. These questions will assist you in self-awareness and professional development and help you to complete the written components including the final creative piece. If a situation arises during the semester that results in your absence from class, you must email the instructor within 3 working days of the class to discuss the questions that were provided and the journal writing activity. • You will participate in a creative process to increase your awareness of self, your personal values and how these fit with your professional development as a nursing student: o In week 2, you will bring in an object that represents your own personal values o As part of your final assignment, you will construct a final creative piece of work that communicates something about your personal philosophy of nursing and professional
I did this anticipating some team members may not comprehensively understand the difference between them without researching these topics as was the case with me. I thought this would be a good way to save time so the meeting would be more effective. During the team meeting, we (1) talked about discussion and dialogue to ensure all team members understood the difference between these two topics and why establishing dialogue is important, (2) talked about the importance of ground rules, and why ground rules are necessary to achieve a level of effective dialogue, and (3) discussed the twelve components of compassionate communication and how they help build trust, resolve conflict, and increase social intimacy within a
(Endeavour, 2012) The areas I believe I did well related to; (1) exploring the problem with different types of questions and (2) making the client feel comfortable by being warm, respectful, empathetic, actively listening and attending to her words. Areas in which I believe I could improve is; (1) not talking so fast and (2) becoming more comfortable with each step of how to run a consultation so I don’t have to be distracted by trying to remember if I have addressed each item in the checklist (Endeavour, 2012). This practical skills demonstration was valuable to me in terms of knowing how to conduct
When children are young teachers use sticker that say “great job,” “excellent,” or “way to go”, the teachers also use gold star stickers for good behavior. This of course changes with older student usually just positive statements like “you are doing great” or “you are really good at this”. The article also talked about a study that said praiseing student as smart may casue them to lax in doing their homework so we should praise their efforts inteads of their knowledge. It also states that this kind of reinforcement is not always good and negative reinforcement is not always bad. “ The key is what kind of behavior increases when these reinforcers are applied” states Charles H. Wolfgang.