My Philosophy of Student Discipline My philosophy of student discipline begins with the ideology that students learn what they live. Through the introduction and continuous exposure to a positive school environment, students will develop the social, emotional, and physical skills needed to become promising contributors to society. Within these skills, the term respect resonates as an underlying aspect of a positive atmosphere. Respect is related to student discipline by integration in quantitative and qualitative manners. The following paragraphs will give insight into respect within both fashions and show how they are complementary.
I will always keep the parents involved and welcome them into the room to watch how their children learn. When the school year ends, your child will know how o spell their name and have new learning skills. Mission statement: I am here to work with your children and find a good learning path for each of the students. I will develop different learning styles and find what works best each student. I will listen to what suggestions parents can make to help improve the classroom and make it a better learning environment.
It is time to put students first, align resources to student needs and advocate for a more balanced approach. I believe that education should be approached first and foremost at the early stages of life. I believe that it is a team effort from administrators, parents, the community and school board members to ensure that students have the best education. I also believe that nurturing a child from a very young age is very vital to their future success. A child who enters school healthy and feels safe is ready to learn and will most likely love school.
Effective communication is fundamental in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults alike. In the role of Classroom Assistant it is vital to develop good, appropriate relationships with pupils, colleagues, parents and any other professional third party agencies involved in a child’s care and education. To provide a conducive learning environment, adults in the classroom must work together by communicating clearly and professionally with each other, both verbally and non-verbally. This will avoid confusion and inconsistency during lessons. For example I find it essential to discuss the day’s lesson plan and targets with my class teacher.
In my job role, I work closely with the class teacher and full time teaching assistant. Each member of the team know and understand their own role in school, they should also know and understand the roles of others in their team and how they fit together to support the pupils. Good communication skills amongst one another are essential to enable us to provide the highest quality of learning and support to the pupils in the classes where I volunteer. In our team, we offer support to one another and discuss the developments and achievements of the individual pupils. We share information and contribute ideas for future
Customized Learning Theory Angelique Young Liberty University Introduction There are many ideas and theories on what makes the best learning environment. Things to consider are teacher-student relationships, teacher-parent relationships, parent-student relationships and lastly, student-self relationships. Each relationship creates an environment that is intertwined with the other to create the best learning environment for the student. When one or more of these relationships fracture, the environment for the student is, at best retarded, if not crippled. By understanding the dynamic of these relationships, a teacher understands the development and learning of students and seeks opportunities to positively support not only their intellectual development, but also social and personal as well.
Teachers should treat people as individuals and make sure a positive culture of equality and diversity is promoted. In order to promote this students should always feel included – being treated fairly and equally will promote a safe feeling and a good learning environment will be gained. Teachers should be identifying students’ needs in the initial assessment stage. 1.3
Generally, safety and respect created a healthy environment for students to study. Second, authority was distributed in democratic classrooms from expectation and responsibility. Teachers took students seriously to help them reach their limits. And students learned and worked hard under
Social and Cultural Diversity in School Students in schools today need a learning environment that encourages positive social interactions. Teachers and students face an increase in cultural and social diversities among the classroom and it is vital to support those students. Creating a respectful and supportive learning environment is crucial to the success of students. Students should feel safe, respected and valued in order to learn new skills throughout their learning process (Burden). The learning environment in a classroom should include the physical setting as well as an emotional setting.
1. As a teacher, I can promote resilience in my classroom by creating positive and caring relationships with my parents and children. Promoting caring relationships with my families would be top priority in my classroom. Parents have to trust that their children are safe and welled cared for when they leave their children in my care. For example, I would host a family day where the students can bring their parent s to school for the day.