If you know the learning style of the student, it is easier to convey the message you are trying to convey. Teachers adapt to their students and help them according to their style learning. Knowing the learning strategies influence teaching and learning by allowing the teacher know what is going on and giving students a chance to understand the material. These learning strategies help both: the teacher and the student. References Roell, K. (2014, January 1).
During the lesson, students can utilize graphic organizers to identify, organize and assimilate key concepts and related details. A graphic organizer encourages students to actively seek out important details and helps filter out the non-crucial information. Students are forced to focus in on the areas of information that are important and in the process of filling out the organizer students are then able to make important connections between details. It also provides an outline that organizes the lesson information into a logical pattern making even more sense of the content increasing the student’s comprehension. Another benefit of utilizing a graphic organizer during a lesson is that it gives the
A learning support practitioner will also be required to provide the teacher with feedback of the activity and the child's performance , so the practitioners should arrange with the teacher beforehand how they should be providing the feedback. During the delivery of an activity, practitioners should be setting clear expectation and instructions. They may recognise that children are struggling or not understanding what they are asking them to do ; if this is the case practitioners should modify their delivery or the activity itself , in order for every child to take part. During the activity practitioners should be monitoring and observing in order to provide the teacher with feedback. A learning support practitioner will also contribute towards the
Practitioners that go on training courses outside of the setting will get a better insight on how to work with different practitioners, parents and children. E2 Provide information about current influences on play +E4 Include examples of different theoretical models of how children play and learn. One theorist that is
The value of the cognitive approach is to enable children to understand the environment around them it’s also helpful in a situation whereby the development of a service user is an issue. Cognitive perspective helps service users such as children to explore with their hands and feet during early developments. However, cognitive perspective also assists children boost their knowledge and the understanding of self, others, and the physical world around them. In other words they develop the very spirit of play and encourage imagination and improves social skills. Through play a child learns about himself and the others around him which in turn teaches him how to deal with others in the wider world.
Theories of play must also distinguish between play and work, with play being activities the child initiates; work being the activities initiated or “required” by an adult (Bruce.p. 24). The child’s level of initiation and self-motivation are core components of play. According to Tina Bruce (1997.p.43), play can also be a means of providing feedback for adults on a child’s stage of learning or development. Play is the child’s way of learning and acquiring knowledge about self and the world in ways that are meaningful from the child’s point of view.
The teacher should model, how to do the objective being taught. 4. Teacher should grab the students curiosity. Get the students interested in what you are doing. These Guidelines can be used along with the current objectives to make the lesson more interesting.
Additionally the child’s centred approach lets the children find their own learning styles and boosts the child’s confidence. Significantly enhancing their social and emotional growth ensuring children begin to gain high self-esteem with not just now but in the future, now that I know this I will encourage children to work independently and plan activities that involve problem solving. In different setting the adults have to take lead by organising different activities that will inspire the children to learn but in a safe environment. It is always key to remember that the child’s safety is paramount and everything else comes second. To successfully fur fill the requirements I as the adult will have to provide and make resources accessible so that I can interact with the children and observe and reflect on each of the child’s learning experiences.
It also helps your child to make connections in their thinking and the way in which problem are solved. This is also going to help your child to develop their self- esteem and self-confidence and also their imagination. Creative development will also improve their learning as children will be able to work together in groups and as a team. Creativity is about taking risks and making connections. It is a way of transforming things using media and materials such as paint, scissors, words, sounds, movement and props.
Theorists Robert Sternberg and Howard Gardner argue that children who can make new connections and draw something new from them is a type of intelligence. It is important to offer children lots of first-hand experiences so that they can develop knowledge and draw from their own experiences. Social Models – These theories look at the environment in which the children are learning and the adults they are supported by. Social models link to cultural approaches and role modelling. Children learn by observing and imitating and so watching and being supported by adults who encourage and work creatively by being flexible in approach, solving problems and painting and drawing with them can help develop their creativity.