Tiara Warmack 3/16/2014 SPE-226 Educating the Exceptional Learner Instructor Crystal McCabe Life Long Learning Lifelong learning is something that everyone achieves whether they try to or not. People learn something different everyday even though they may not pay attention to the lesson. People take education for granted as well as continuing to become more educated over the course of life. People with disabilities thrive at the chance to learn because the odds are against them. What most people take for granted is what people with disabilities wish they could accomplish as easy as those without disabilities.
I noticed there are many differences between of us in class. There is one who is always seem happy and be positive to life, which is one of the best ways to face with problems. Nothing can have a chance to beat you down when you are in your best mood, or there is one who going to engage in May and this is one of his motivations to achieve his goal in life. They are both seem commitment in Perry’s scheme. To myself, in terms of life stage, I am moving into adulthood I must be responsible to myself and to others in my family.
3) Communication. Stop and take time to listen to all children and young people that you are involved with. Go down to the child's level so they do not feel intimidated by you towering over them. Remember to always praise their efforts however small they may seem. Give positive encouragement, always using positive words rather than negative.
I would also always use positive body language and an encouraging tone of voice. I feel that to gain their trust I would never break promises and always follow through with the reward or action that was promised. I always use good manners when interacting with children and young people. 2. - My behaviour may change to be appropriate for a child or young person’s different stage of development, for example:- • If a child was naughty, I would gain eye contact (crouch down) and explain why what they were doing may be wrong.
It was my coaches, teachers, friends, and mentors who gave me the support I needed to stay focused. I know what it means for kids in tough situations to have a strong network of support,” said LeBron James. “I’m proud to be a part of the Boost and 26 Seconds campaigns to encourage others to get out and help kids succeed. Every kid, no matter what they are facing, should dream big and never just be a statistic.” (looktothestars.org) He wants kids to know that if they are struggling, do nott give up. That’s what teachers, friends and family are for.
I make sure that I am clear on instructions, times, dates or location and if appropriate I like to have it written down. I aim to make positive and lively conversation to promote the interest in conversation. It is important to be confident as if you are nervous you can sometimes create barriers making communication difficult. Eye contact shows that you are listening and are interested in what the person has to say. I try to be polite and friendly in order to create trust, people feel that you are approachable and tend to communicate better when they trust you.
"Parents are guides and leaders to their children, not a nanny." Parents show their children and make them realize how important it is to learn it and they keep pushing until they want to learn it because it is only your parents who truly love you. Neil Millar starts his inspiring essay by setting the scene of, "a loving parent striving to give your children the best life you can offer", this is relating to most parents with their children. Neil is mainly setting his goal to help parents, "raise well-rounded, confident, considerate children that show gratitude and appreciation for all that is give to them". It is very clear that he shows that it is important
Reflective Journal Corey Poitier ED 502 08/21/2012 Professor Bunker Reflective Journal As an educator, you are constantly always learning new techniques or strategies from readings or your fellow educators at the school. Comparing best practices that teachers employ to what is used in my classroom. The first comparison is about classroom arrangement. “As Fred Jones, a noted classroom management expert explains: “A good classroom seating arrangement is the cheapest form of classroom management. It’s discipline for free.”” (Dunbar, 2004).
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
But today he is one of the elder most child of our environment. His evolution in these years has made teachers and parents to understand the effectiveness of our school system in depth. The observation points given by our teachers were analyzed based on Uni5 pattern as follows and finally it made us to understand where he is now. BODY: [ We define Body as a quality to do things mechanically without any thinking involved]. 1.