Additionally, assessments assist teachers in providing better service and support to build upon the children’s strengths and weaknesses through all developmental domains. With the use of assessments and records, teachers keep track of each individual child’s growth, goal accomplishments, and learning. In addition, as a teaching tool, assessments aid educators abilities to support and guide the children’s learning through designing appropriate learning environments, planning curriculum, and successful learning
Test-taking, career-oriented, learning behavior, decision-making, and critical thinking are all areas in which I have strengths. I was able to apply this to my theory through the way in which class is conducted, and the students are assessed. DI and inclusion push for children to embrace their learning behavior and styles while helping them develop deeper thinking processes. Creating success and higher levels of thinking allow children to become goal orientated which will help them when it is time to choose career paths of their own. In my theory, an effective teacher must also be willing to change and adapt lesson plans based on the needs of the students.
Based on what level they are on, then move them into a group of children that are at the same level. Then, as a teacher, build upon their knowledge at their level and pace. The guide the students into learning new words on their own, this could be done by reading and practicing writing. Alternative #3: Embedded Phonics Instruction, on pages 235 and 236, is a literature-based instruction. Students learn new words based on
The vital abilities that each child must pick up are to understand necessary instructions. This is an important age that children are attempting to guess who they are. Educators will have to help the students if they need it because certain circumstances that students will rely on the teacher more than their own parents. I am certain that Ron’s conduct has a lot to do with the new surroundings. When a student is in new surroundings they will search and test the grounds on which they can and cannot do.
In the book What Great Teachers Do Differently, Todd Whitaker chronicles things that great teachers do. By adopting many of the practices in the book, a new teacher can be well on their way to becoming a great teacher. High expectations, creating a climate of caring, decision making, and learning to ignore things are just a few of the things that great teachers do. Great teachers have high expectations not just for their students, but also for themselves. The expectations a teacher places on his or herself are directly related to those placed on their students.
Learning these six student outcome will guarantee you success in life and school if perform them correctly; its important to Integrate technology into all fields of knowledge and expression, Demonstrate competency in critical thinking, Respect and work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and abilities, Demonstrate the behaviors of ethical and socially responsible citizens, and last one is Demonstrate personal wellness. Learning the SLO will usually will make learning more effective and helpful. Critical thinking is very interesting topic to talk about or discuss, ironically it require critical thinking. The better your critical thinking is; the better you will notice an issues and investigate before acting upon it, it’s better to observer and
Information from carers and colleagues. It is important for teachers and parents to work together and share any concerns they have regarding their child. They can share ideas and strategies to assist the child in reaching their full potential. 3.2 Children and young people’s development may not follow the expected pattern for a number of reasons. These include; * Disability * Emotional * Physical * Environmental * Cultural * Social * Learning needs * Communication Cross reference CYP 3.1 - 2.1 and 2.2 3.3 Children with a learning or physical disability may be subjected to prejudice or discrimination at school for the reason
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Learning how my students think is essential when teaching the gifted. Once I get acquainted, I administrator a pre-posttest to determine their progress so that I can effectively provide individual differential instruction. Common Core State Standards places emphasizes on rigor and relevant. I choose activities that are giving challenges, while enhance student learning. This year, I will have each group to write a code of conduct that they will follow.
Wayson also spoke about teacher student relations and how to open your classroom for more effective learning. He talked about not embarrassing a student, but in turn seeking alternate ways of getting your message across. This is something that we have touched on throughout the course, but something I feel to be very important. I think its imperative that as teachers we think about what our actions have the power to do. At the elementary level, we are shaping how students feel about themselves which can affect them the rest of their lives.