There is a wide scope of learning such concepts as these will be useful in the near future career. First week of MGT 311 will involve the general business environment and basic things, but in the subsequent weeks, there will be the detailed information about the course. The students will also be provided some simulation practices in which the artificial situation will be provided, and these will be asked to enact according to the situation considering ethics in mind. There will be the MGT 311 final exam after the course to check the understanding level. The solutions will also be provided to them.
Self Managers. I demonstrate the above skills when I complete training and/or distance learning courses. I like to further my learning, by taking part in as much training as possible to better my knowledge in my role as a carer. E.g. I had heard about some ‘distance learning’ courses that a few of my colleagues had completed in the past, and enquired to my manager about any available.
Running Head: Theories NBT Task 1: Classroom Management Theories Rob Tippett Western Governors University NBT1: Classroom Management, Engagement, & Motivation Mentor Robert Bott Abstract For this task I will be creating a personal philosophy of classroom management related to my area of licensure in Special Education. This work will explain how elements of classroom management theories influence my personal philosophy in; self-management, self-efficacy, student motivation, and student engagement. I will also be looking at strategies for managing routine misbehaviors into my classroom management philosophy. My philosophy on classroom management focuses on creating a calm, safe environment for each student. I will create this environment through an engaging curriculum, personable interaction, topic orientated discussions, and group work.
Figure 2 – SMART objectives 4. Implementing a personal development plan When creating a PDP I would speak to my managers and ask them for their support in identifying where I could take the qualification and help me to ask for colleagues (assessors) to support me in achieving my goal. As I will need to assess our assessors and their learners work to ensure that quality and standards are met. When I have enrolled on the qualification I will have support from my personal tutor who will guide me through each unit and will give me an achievement date that I will need to ensure I work to so that I finish the qualification on time. I will have an assessment plan and reviews with my tutor to see my progress and discuss any issues or difficulties I face.
The progression route from my current career, will be towards a Senior admin role, and then eventually a management position for business systems. I also think that this will help me work towards my career I wish to pursue in the educational field, where I will have to also demonstrate administrative tasks on my day to day tasks at work. 1.5 Describe possible development opportunities. After completing my level 2 in Business and Administration I can possibly look for jobs in various sectors where they need administrators, supervisors and team managers all the time. I already have experience working in, retail, and NHS
Coaching Report Leading Through Coaching Report-Module 8 Rhondalyn J. Cornett Grand Canyon University-TCH 518 April 25, 2012 Leading Through Coaching When examining the real-world applications of collegial and peer coaching you see educators who are beginning to take control of their growth as an educator. In the past teachers depended on their administrator to tell them what they were doing correct and what they were doing incorrect in the classroom. The administrator would come in the classroom for 30-45 minutes observations looking for strengths and weakness, and not really understanding the dynamic of the classroom. The administrator will offer recommendations for the teacher, and give them strategies they will expect to see
This week, you have spent time reviewing and reflecting upon Walden University's policies on academic honesty and integrity. To prepare for this Discussion: • Review this week's Learning Resources. • Think about the meaning of integrity to you and its relevance in your personal and professional life. • Consider the meaning of integrity to an institution like Walden University. With these thoughts in mind: Post by Day 3 a 2-to 3-paragraph summary, in your own words, that demonstrates your understanding of the importance of academic integrity and what Walden means by academic honesty and integrity and the related policies.
As a student, in the beginning of my professional career, writing reflection seems a sensible idea to record learning experience. The early stages of any career would play important role in learning as one settles into the ways of profession. The complex part is recognizing such experience and implementing on practice. In this reflection, I will be discussing about the role play we have had last week in our classroom. Gibbs (1998) reflective cycle will be utilized as it illustrates a clear structure for the process of reflection which includes six main stages; description of the event, feelings, evaluation, description (analysis to make sense of the experience) conclusion and action plan (Jasper, 2003) respectively.
What I have learned about professionalism During my first week attending class in College I have been learning about professionalism and the role of the caregiver. I have learned that the role of the caregiver is to provide client centred care, which is care to the satisfaction of the client/resident, and that is organized and set up with the client so they are involved in the decision making. Client centred care is also focused on the client/residents needs and requests. The role of the caregiver is also to provide professionalism, which is the sensitivity in which you perform your tasks. Some important parts of professionalism include, Confidentiality, keeping what is said or written to one’s self and only discussing it with other members of the health team.
INDIVIDUAL SELF REFLECTIVE REPORT MODULE NAME: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRATEGY INTRODUCTION Business organisations in a bid to expand their firms either remain domestic or go international. The International Business Module led by Dr Susan Martin concentrates on initiating, developing the knowledge and understanding of strategic management of businesses in students. This report will encompass my reflection prior and through the six weeks learning experience in this module focusing most importantly on the knowledge gained so far and how the theoretical information obtained from this module will be applicable to my future career. REFLECTIVE REPORT ON THE MODULE, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRATEGY Prior to the commencement of the international business module, my perception on international business was on any business transaction carried out in any foreign country. I assumed also that strategy is a plan that involves various stages or process that is carried out by an individual or a firm on how to achieve a specific goal.