A student needs to feel comfortable with themselves, others, and the teacher, so there can be meaningful discussion and interactions. Teacher and student relationships are essential to ensure a positive school/classroom atmosphere. Rules are stated in this manner, because teacher and student develop the rules together. This way student feels some ownership about how the class is run and is more likely to follow rules and procedures. CLASSROOM RULES: 1.
All these relationships are at the heart of our existence and play a vital role in shaping our lives (Berscheid and Peplau, 2002). Currently the science behind relationships is being increasingly investigated due to a need to understand them. Psychology plays a key role in this development with developmental psychology, helping to explain the impact relationships have on growth and development. Friendship has been present throughout history and the definition of friendship differs across societies and cultures (Keller, 2004). In Western societies friendship can be defined as a voluntary, reciprocal relationship with strong positive affective connections which help the achievement of personal or social
How has your study of belonging changed you? DIFFICULTY/DUALITY OF BELONGING/NOT BELONGING 1. “Despite an individual’s desire to belong to a group or community, this not always possible.” How do the texts you have studies represent the processes and results of belonging and/or not belonging? 2. Belonging to a group or community can provide opportunities and disappointments.
In some cases, if the children do not understand a rule (this could be down to the way the rule is worded) then staff must discuss them regularly during class and assembly time so that the pupils can remember them. Children who display a good following of the code of conduct should be recognised. Children who show good behaviour in class are usually rewarded with an achievement sticker or older pupils could get rewarded with things like a longer amount of Golden Time for example. If
To what extent have your perceptions of belonging been influenced by the texts you have studied? Refer to your prescribed text and at least one other text of your own choosing. Belonging or feeling as though you are an important part of a whole, is an essential part of an individuals’ understanding of life. If an individual does not feel as though they belong either to a group, place or community it can lead them to feel unsatisfied with their lives. This perception of belonging has been influenced by both Peter Skrzynecki’s ‘Immigrant Chronicle’ and Shaun Tan’s graphic novel ‘The Arrival.’ Cultural identity often plays a large role in our sense of self and allowing us to feel as though we belong.
How to maintain and develop a good relationship with pupils and to demonstrate that they treat all pupils’ equally, through this they will gain respect and trust from that individual. Will need to show good relations with teachers in order for them to work efficiently and carry out their duties effectively. Also having a good understanding of the teachers’ aims, and strategies and being able to ask for advice or help. They must show that they can communicate and make
There is a positive culture of learning and development that is celebrated by merits, certificates, displays and praise from teaching staff. School trips are used to help pupils to work together and increase team work and bonding. School clubs are varied and encourage pupils to further their interests in other areas. The school has an inclusive environment and positively reflects the importance of diversity, every effort is made to ensure that all pupils can be involved in all areas of school life and other cultures are celebrated. The aims or vision of a school are often seen in the school literature and are set by the head teacher in collaboration with the staff, parents and community.
JOIN NOW The behavior policy on promoting positive behavior within the school setting possesses the guidelines/code of conduct which the school use to help raise positive behavior. The intentions of the behavior policy is to iniate a dependable environment that anticipates , emboldens and identifies good behavior also one in which everyone feels happy and secure. The behavior policy is the key
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
The culturally responsive classroom “specifically acknowledges the presence of culturally diverse students and the need for these students to find connections among themselves and with the subject matter and the tasks the teacher asks them to perform” by using instructional strategies which, place students into “cooperative learning groups, [an environment wherein] culturally familiar speech and events [are discussed], [and] wait time for students from CLD backgrounds [is] adjusted to enhance classroom participation and development of critical thinking skills.” (Brown, p.60,