Accepting shared responsibility by knowing what our role is and what’s expected of us is very important, following recognised procedure and understanding shared values all promote good relationships. Educational values such as school Mission Statements and classroom Golden Rules helps all of us to promote a positive learning environment in the school. It is very important to have a good relationship with someone as they could help with disputes or disagreements, when they arise. Treat people how you expect to be treated, treat people as an equal and positively to promote effective communication. 1.2.
Once identified the teacher can lessen the potential problem by taking steps to ensure the entire class feel connected to one another. By assigning group activities and rotating seat arrangements educators can improve the children’s relationship with one another. Also, when an issue of conflict or unusual behavior causes a social stigma teachers can help both parties understand each other’s perspective. Using social circles to encouraging inclusion and compassion can greatly improve the quality of education all of the children
Building trust with parents or carers will result in them knowing that the nursery is a very good place for their child as it offers a great amount of help and support, which is especially important for new parents or carers. Other professionals It is also important to partner with other professionals as they will offer the support and services, where needed, to improve the overall development of the child. For example, a speech and language therapist may assist a child with communication difficulties. Another example would be a play therapist to diagnose, prevent or resolve a child with psychosocial challenges. Multi-disciplinary teams It is very important that everyone in a multi disciplinary team work in partnership.
Multicultural Theme Unit Tiffany Green ECE405 Instructor, Carlee 4/13/2011 In early childhood education it is so important to provide for individual differences adequate learning experiences for our young children especially when teaching a multicultural classroom. We must allow our children to group the concept that we are all different, we are all alike, and we are all capable of learning. Multicultural education means that early childhood education professionals include, accept, and respect each child as an individual. It means that we recognize what each child values and hold dear, and then build those things into the daily life of the early childhood program (York, 2006). The material that can be use for my preschooler, for multicultural education is music, number, nursery rhymes, online activities they all can be use for the preschool program.
7302 City and Guilds 1) As a teacher my role in the classroom would be to provide a safe and enjoyable learning environment. I would need to do this by following health and safety guidelines at all times and ensuring that I had done sufficient planning for my lessons taking into account my learners own abilities and possible problems that may occur. I would treat all members fairly, with respect and dignity. This may mean spending more time with individual learners and planning activities with sufficient resources to appeal to all abilities and learning styles. I would need to consider possible support that would be required in the classroom.
Communication is vital in building that positive relationship needed for trust and respect, something that is very much needed when working with children, young adults and their parents. It is also important that we model positive and effective communication skills when we are asking pupils to think about how themselves are communicating. If we do not communicate effectively how we expect young adults and children the message is mixed and they find it hard to understand what is acceptable and how we should communicate with each other. 1.2 As Teaching Assistants we need to build effective relationships in order to do our job well. there are several generic principles that underpin building a strong relationship with children, young people and adults: Effective communication - one of the most important aspects of building a relationship is finding a way to communicate effectively.
Finding ways to make the material fun, engaging, and easy to comprehend will nurture a love of learning. Treating students with kindness and respect and helping them learn to apply that to others to create a positive and nurturing environment. * Differentiated- Making sure to include visual, audio, and tactile facets to all curriculum so that each individual will have the best chance possible to understand the material not matter their learning style. Working in pairs, small groups and classroom projects where partners and assignments are chosen based on the individual needs of the students. Keeping charts on each student for educational, social, and behavioral goals and personalizing the reward and recognition that they get for their effort and
A teacher may be able to do a lot of things to avoid behavior problems. I believe in few well-defined rules and lots of procedures. Structure in the classroom and procedures that the students know how to follow will provide stability. When the students know what is expected of them then there is a natural flow to the classroom. The stability in the classroom is necessary to meet basic needs of students.
A critical evaluation of an aspect of the inclusive practices, evidenced in the case study (which will be provided), with specific reference to your own practice during school placement and your wider reading? Our understanding of diversity is broad – it encompasses gender, race, age, disability, cultural background and so much more. Inclusive practice is understood to be attitudes, approaches and strategies taken to ensure that students are not excluded or isolated from the learning environment because of any of these characteristics. As a teacher, my role is to ensure that all students feel welcome, accepted, safe, listened to, valued and feel confident that they can participate in all activities. Every child should be given every opportunity
It will be greatly beneficial for the teacher and the student as both parties will gain a greater awareness of the student’s understanding level through the student’s explanation. It is a very useful tool for formative assessment as the student and teacher are both monitoring the student’s progress. The teacher will be able to discover any of the student misconceptions and automatically implement methods in the next lessons to correct them and ensure a more stable foundation for further learning to developed upon in the future. However, as beneficial as the interviews are in gaining insight into the student’s minds, the interviews will take up too much classroom time. For the clinical interview to work, the teacher must interview every student in the classroom for 10-20 minutes each, which will take away precious class time from the teacher and students.