I want to see all of my students succeed and I want them to know that I will do anything to help them. Anytime a student should need my guidance, I will do my best to help. I want them to not only gain knowledge, but to also have self-confidence and to be proud. I know, from experience, when a child is struggling in school, their self-confidence is low and their grades will reflect it. However, when a child finally grasps the knowledge he needs, his self esteem will soar as well as his grades.
Having this strong connection with my students will help the child’s ambition to learn and come to class which is my goal. Showing my students how much I care about their education will also form a good relationship. I will do this by acknowledging their accomplishments as well as coming up with solutions when they fail. A Student-Student relationship is also important to me in order to have a positive environment in my classroom. I have realized that I have the power as an educator to promote good Student-Student relationships.
The students need to trust the teacher and the environment of the classroom. I would introduce me, before the school starts, to let them feel comfortable with me. Autonomy plays a big important role in children, for the reason that they would feel proud if they can do most of it by their own. To encourage the autonomy, I will let the children to try everything until they can do it by themselves.
I want to facilitate intrinsic motivation everyday in my classroom so I will make to sure offer consistent feedback as praise to encourage my students’ to work with a purpose. I make sure that I recognize each of my students’ progress and help them develop ... ... middle of paper ... ...quences and breaking the cycle. Rules and expectations of my classroom will be established in the beginning of the year by the students and me as a group. I will allow children to speak to me without interrupting them and we will work as a team. I can only hope and assume the best of each students parents but I do not know what goes on outside my classroom so I will do my best to motivate my students and make them feel that they can be whoever they strive to be with a little hard work.
My Philosophy of Education I believe first and foremost that all children can learn regardless of age, race, gender, or disabilities. I also believe that all children begin their school career with a desire to learn. In some cases, however, that desire to learn becomes stifled and eventually ruined because of bad experiences with teachers, other students, or both. In those situations, I vow to take it upon myself to rekindle that desire to learn in my students. My classroom will be an enjoyable experience for my students where they will feel safe and respected, and where they will learn to respect others.
Finally, as an individual, I feel if I established medium and high control I will be able to handle student’s behaviors more efficiently, where as low control might be difficult for me to implement without risking a loss of control in the classroom. In preparing a philosophy of classroom management, it is crucial that my style of control encourage all students to be self-disciplined and autonomous. By this I mean that students develop a sense of being in charge and responsible for their own behavior. Students should be guided by the rules and procedures I set for them, yet they should determine their own behavior based on expectations set in the classroom. For example, students should know and decide to respect other students and the teacher in class.
In order to successfully satisfy the needs of students, it is better for the policymakers to put themselves into students' shoes to measure the achievement of teaching by evaluating the students' passion and progress in the teaching process rather than only test scores or teacher evaluations. In brief, refining the current assessment system to measure the efficiency in teaching is the most important factor in curriculum reform movements. The Problem When it comes to the topic of curriculum reform, most of us will readily agree that we need to improve the quality of our teachers or to develop better education standards (Alters, 2012). Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of how curriculum reform satisfies the students’ needs in learning. Whereas some are convinced to rely on standardized test scores to determine the efficiency in public education, Linda Darling-Hammond (2011), an American educator, maintains that these assessments do not benefit the students’ academic performance; and school education should focus on providing quality education to the children.
By interacting with their peers they will learn how to share their ideas, accept others points of view and learn how to develop relationships , which is a very important part of life that will help them to succeed in their careers. I hope that my students leave my class with lots of new information , positive attitudes about learning, confidence and an open mind. ... ... middle of paper ... ...gh teaching and getting a better perceptive on children will make my life a fulfilled one because I will have been blessed by God in being part of a child’s life in a positive way. I want to continue to learn how to be an effective teacher and become an encouraging figure for a child’s life. Teaching is more than instructing or giving information to students.
I want my students to understand that life is a learning experience, and I want them to strive to learn; not just to get the grades, but mainly to become a better person. The only way to do this is to make learning and life an enjoyable experience for my students, to mix the lesson’s up by playing off of different learning styles to allow different students to shine in areas where they wield strength, and to make students feel a sense of security and excitement when they walk into the classroom every morning. In the end, we teach for the sake of the student, and we as teachers need to focus on understand life rather than memorize
Classroom management is critical when in an educational classroom environment that involves all students. My main goal is to have a safe and inviting classroom environment that students feel comfortable and allow them to reach their full potential and be successful. I believe that students need to be taught self-discipline like Gordon’s Theory (57). When you impose self-discipline, you must be able to correct students in order to students to demonstrate appropriate behavior. Whereas when you teach discipline, you are helping them learn and develop your expectations and students will acquire this information in a more respectful manner.