Philosophy My philosophy on physical education is to educate my students in a way that makes them the most successful. I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure environment to help them grow emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. As a teacher, it is my goal to help my students meet their fullest potential by helping them discover their individual gifts and talents. I will focus on enhancing my students’ special gifts rather than their deficiencies. Positive attitudes are of high importance to me.
I have learned in JROTC that as a leader if I show my subordinates the values that I have such as respect, loyalty, integrity, honor, duty, selfless service and personal courage, then they will respond in the similar fashion. JROTC prepares me for the future by allowing me to gain these skills. In addition, JROTC helps me to have a higher self-esteem while also informing me of healthy lifestyles. It teaches me to build self-esteem by improving my strength and mind. During physical training, I gain strength and learn more about how to maintain healthy lifestyles.
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.
They must alternate activities to ensure that the student's attention does not wander keeping the students as engaged as possible in the lesson. They must elicit student involvement in the lesson so the students will engage in constructive learning. Whatever the topic it will be better communicated if the teacher is enthusiastic about it than with a dull and dry delivery. The outstanding educator will remain as cheerful and enthusiastic as possible while preserving enough professional demeanor and discipline to keep the lessons on track. They will encourage students to work together in groups when possible to accomplish educational goals and tasks.
Unit 5 Develop Positive Relationship with Children, Young People and Others involved in their care. 1.1 These are important because in my role as Registered Care Worker my job is to promote the well being and safety of the children/young people in my care, to provide good care and to support and assist them by endeavouring to provide learning opportunities and leisure activities. I also try to build good relationships and provide continued care to promote the above at all times. Young people need to have strong relationships with the staff to feel comfortable and secure to promote a healthy happy wellbeing and they are less likely to show unwanted behaviour. From staff point of view a close relationship means I can learn to recognise the young persons needs and I am better able to meet these needs.
What is your current, personal philosophy of coaching/teaching? My personal philosophy about coaching is if I have knowledge about anything I will pass it on to my players. I personally believe playing sports as a child builds confidence and gives the children a sense of
SHC-31 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. I think that an effective communication is an essential part of working with children, their families and work colleagues. One of the very important rules of my code of practice is to communicate with everyone clearly, honestly and effectively. I work towards: -building and maintaining positive relationship with everyone. Great relationships between members of staff will positively influence our work with children/their parents and also will create a nice athmosphere and a great role modeling for them.
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.
Physical education teaches students about the value of taking care of themselves by incorporating better eating habits and through learning various exercises one can do within their daily routine. Gym class should be required every year because it encourages students to interact with one another; learn social skills, and how to live a healthy life. Gym helps students to learn about problem solving, socialization, motivation, conflict resolution, and many other important things that contribute to making any person improved. Gym is a great opportunity for students to take a break from class, exercise, and have fun with other students. By having other children present during gym, a child can make friends, and improve their social skills.
A student just has to keep in mind they can overcome anything by being positive, determined and strong willed. A students learning style plays a very important part in academic success as well. All students learn and absorb information differently. Some are more hands on learners while others can visually comprehend lessons better. Students really need to explore