There are many ways I could serve other with my education, by doing my work for this country, by serving the ones that are less fortunate than I, and to teach the next generation of not just students, but also people that motivation and inspiration are the keys to success and that they should never give up. First, I'd try to do my work in this world by what I am taught in my classroom and applying it to the real world. I would use the morals that my teachers use in the classroom in a world that desperately needs my intelligence, and my sense of service. There is no justice in this world and I would use my education to try and apply it to where it needs to be like: in the world, in the courts, in the prisons, in the fields, in the study and in the classroom, at home and abroad. A second way I'd use my education to serve others is by serving the people that are less fortunate than I am.
The principal also feels that sensitivity and a selectiveness nature must be given to staff. He feels that staff have many things going on, time is an enemy of all and there needs to be an understanding as to what they can handle. Another factor of importance raised by the principal is the fact that he stated that what supervisors need to be conscious of is the fact that professional development should, in some cases is researched based. With this in mind he feels that those involved need to be mindful of that fact that research-based elicits proving that something is effective. With this key piece he believes creates greater success professional for educators and better higher achieving results for
This is due to the fact that although we are a world power, we fall behind our diversified peers academically. I agree with Baldwin’s essay that every single student should have the opportunity to be in charge of their own success and be able to determine such decisions regarding their own education. His speech makes me feel inspired and determined because of how determined he is to urge teachers to extinguish the unhealthy state American education and transforming it into a forum of empowerment. Baldwin states several pieces of information regarding our society and those made me stop in my tracks for a minute and re-evaluate how our society can change and affect people. Students must be taught within themselves and not by society.
As a teacher, my primary responsibility is to ensure that learners are enrolled onto the correct course, in terms of meeting their needs, abilities and aspirations. Further to this, I need to ensure that my learner is on the appropriate course in terms of meeting their award and organisational requirements. In order to do this I will probably have responsibility for the following: promoting a safe and supportive learning environment; promoting equality and diversity; adhering to key legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice; modelling professional behaviour at all times to inspire my
(Gravells, 2012:53, 54). Diversity and Equality should be promoted by encouraging positive behaviour and using inclusion whilst the learners are on the course. You should start promoting equality and diversity from the outset so that the learners know what to expect and what is expected from them. Any unacceptable behaviour, discrimination or prejudices must be challenged immediately so precedence is in place. 1b) A teachers roles and responsibilities in lifelong
In Middle class schools students are expected to learn and follow the guidelines the teachers provide. Anyon analyzed that students in middle class schools must “follow the directions in order to get the right answers, but directions often call for some figuring, some choice, and some decision making.”(p128) Students should often figure out what the directions ask and solve the problem themselves. The teachers are there to give students the first step in order for them to succeed. Milpitas high is also an Affluent Professional school. In an Affluent Professional school students are encouraged to work and think independently, they are as Anyon said, “Constantly asked to express and apply ideas and concepts.”(p130) Suggesting that the
Then when I studied and got a good grade I was like “wow, I can do this” and felt a beam of confidence that I could do it for other classes as well. Adapting to the schoolwork is a big part of having confidence in the classroom because you understand what is being taught. Gatto said “schools are establish fixed habits of relation to authority. This of course, precludes critical judgement completely.”(152). Gatto is saying that schooling is made for kids to adapt to; it has adaptive qualities, therefore there is a chance for everyone to succeed if they really want to, but it takes away from any individual thinking.
Being passionate means also being passionate about the learners, helping them shape their own knowledge and reaching the standard, but as well being passionate about their lives and who they are- we have to remember that some learners have a need to have a role model. Thus we can say that passion can set the mode of learning that happens in a class. Dedication is the mindset of setting apart of anything by solemn proclamation and having a selfless devotion. In other words: making a goal for yourself and making it your saintly duty to teach. Teaching is not just another job; it is a way of life, dedicating yourself in your subject and your learners.
The last essential right a teacher has in the classroom is to receive help and cooperation from parents and administrators when it is needed. To parallel Teacher rights the Students also have essential rights under the assertive discipline model. Students have the right to have teachers who help limit inappropriate, self-destructive behavior, and the right to know and choose how to behave knowing of the consequences of their behavior will automatically bring. In a classroom that follows the assertive discipline model the fore mentions rights are carried out and applied by three major strategy components used by the teacher; rules, positive recognition, and consequences. According to this model students need limits that will guarantee their and other students’ rights.
Principal C articulated that her major managerial responsibilities focus more on welfare of the teachers, performance of the students and the improvement of the school’s physical feature. She further emphasized that the importance of school learning environment management when she further elaborated that: “It is very important to look for the physical improvement of the school because this is the learning environment of the students. If we can provide enough resources ... enough facilities to the students, I am sure that learning will take place as learners will learn in a conducive environment.” Principal C stressed out that when she makes decisions relative to school management she always consult teachers and solicit their brilliant