When students see others doing this it quickly reminds those who may have forgot that they too need to place their homework in the basket. Mr. Collet is then able to quickly see who has turned in homework and who has not. He also has provided the opportunity to each parent to purchase a daily planner; the planner allows the student to write down daily homework assignments for each class period and parents may follow up by looking at the planner nightly to ensure that the work is getting completed. Mr. Collet also allows for the students to participate in deciding what homework assignments are going to be assigned. Students get to give the opinion on what is best for them to learn from by helping Mr. Collet collectively agree upon what material they will have homework on.
Task 2 Part A Scenario 2 1. Positive Social Interaction: In a 3rd grade classroom, the homework policy in scenario two would promote best practices in social interaction in a few different ways. As per the policy, if a student is turning in homework late, they must first discuss it with the teacher. This is a form of conflict resolution, because they discuss why it is being turned in late (they just forgot, or even ran out of time at home) and try to figure out a way of preventing this in the future. It also gives the young student an opportunity to prove that they participated in the activity, even if they forgot to turn it in right away.
punctual Prepare the resources for daily lessons as planned by the class teacher Talk to the teacher for any new criteria or lessons need to be done Help and support pupils when the class teacher deliver the lesson Work with a group of pupils with IDP (Individual Development Plan), prepared by the class teacher Leave feedback on IDP for the teacher’s requirement for further planning Mark children's Numeracy and Literacy work book and leave feedback for the teacher, parents and children for follow up Mark homework and leave feedback for the parents and the children and log it to the students IDP homework book. Helping SEN children to develop their Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills Supervise children in playgrounds and assembly and monitor their behaviour Report any behaviour issues to the Class teacher or to the Teaching Assistant Report all accident and emergency incident to the Deputy Head Respect every colleague, staffs, pupils, parents and visitors Unit26:
Also, handouts went home to parents explaining the policy. I think this definitely a good step towards positive social interaction. It creates a line of communication and understanding. There shouldn't be any confusion from students or parents about what's expected. Having a discussion with the teacher about why a homework assignment is late and what can be done so that
Unit 9- Final Project Over the pass nine weeks I learned so many interesting things. And researched a lot of detailed information required in this class. Back in Unit 1 I learned Role of psychology in our daily lives. In the learning activity I got to explain how understanding and predicting behaviors benefit us in our lives at home, at work and in school? Here is what I say: Understanding and predicting behaviors can benefit us in our lives at home, at work and in school because if you are asked how behavior at home can effect a student in there school work it because a lot of times there not thinking about what there doing and that could mess with there head cause they have other thing on there mind.
An Educational Assistant follows the teacher’s lesson plan closely only adding select tools to assist with the child’s understanding of the material. By reviewing and reinforcing the basic concepts of literacy an Educational Assistant can increase a child’s confidence. This enables the child to become more successful in reading and comprehension. Therefore, an Educational Assistant can be pleased that he/she has helped to improve the child’s attitude toward reading. Numeracy can be quite overwhelming for a student who has difficulties understanding the basic language of mathematics.
The mathematics curriculum is intended to give the children a better understanding of numeracy. The end goal means more students will be able to solve a mathematical problem independently using a method that suits them. They can then develop their learning to improve their knowledge and apply it to real life situations; such as counting in groups of numbers such as 5’s or 10’s, which in turn can be applied when paying for shopping with money. As students’ progress they can build on these skills, by recording the levels of achievement, they can be supported to help fully access the curriculum. Mathematical skills in the Early Years are developed through practical work to give the children a better understanding of maths e.g.
Once the teacher feels the students have a grasp on the concept the teacher will realease the students to work on some of their problems in the book. This is not a group assignment and students should work on the problems themselves. V. Reflective Assessment and Evaluation Asessment: Students will work on preselected problems out of the book while the teacher and instructional aide walk around and make sure they are on task. At this time students may ask for help if needed. If there is several questions on the same problems it’s a good idea if the teacher gets the attention of the class and works that problem on the board with the students following
We will follow up with the discussion of what they found in their own home that started with the assigned letter. Evaluation of Activity During the course of this Activity I had two students that performed well. Tony and Eli learned the letter “A” and found several objects in the room that began with the letter. Overall the lesson was fun for the kids and they enjoyed the coloring and exploring the classroom. I think for the younger children I will need to implement more colorful objects and thing for them to feel, touch and smell for recognition of the letters we are learning.
His parents would use positive reinforcements such as verbal praise, hugs, and money. In the aspect of negative reinforcement Anthony would use homework to escape temporarily from having to complete household chores. In this case even though Anthony was escaping from doing household chores the negative reinforcement (his homework) was helping to reinforce his achievement in school. Anthony feels that positive reinforcement works best for him because it inspires him to do more. Amanda’s parent also used reinforcement with Amanda.