Intro Many people in present day are trying to understand the concept and practice of leadership. The concept of leadership is equivalent to ensure the influence in school and manage the change and organizational structure. There has been the gigantic amount of literature lately about the school leadership. However, many people still misunderstand the concept of leadership. In order to learn the concept of leadership, people required to do more than reading just some literatures or fantasizing about what great the leaders should be.
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Students in the higher education or University repeatedly find that feedback practices as a way to enhance their understanding. Drew, 2011 (as cited in Anna Rowe, 2011) has emphasized that students perceptions of learning often chime with the claims made by educational theory, they sometimes emphasis factors that are rarely mentioned in the educational literature. However, feedback should not be necessarily a reinforcement because feedback can be accepted, modified and rejected. Hence, this essay will discuss about the importance of feedback and how teachers and students view feedback in their perspective way. Generally, feedback is the key strategy to the formative assessment.
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Teachers must also consider the age group of their students and development level. In doing so, they are more likely to have their students critically think about their own actions and work within the rules, rather than against them. Discipline Models Canter’s Assertive Discipline model has many proponents and opponents. While it may be a suitable program for students of all ages, many who disagree with its premise feel that it does not provide a solution to discipline problems. They believe that students spend more time thinking about the consequences of their actions instead of trying to think critically about how to improve their behavior.
Du looks to effective student learning strategies, teacher professional development models and work team dynamics to conduct his research projects. Du’s work has appeared in the Journal of Educational Administration, the Teacher Educator and the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership (Du, 2013). Review of the Literature Self-directed learning is primarily used in postsecondary and adult education programs. To be successful in the self-directing process a student should possess skills, competencies and maturity to be successful. Du states six competencies as essential in the process: 1) assessment of learning gaps, 2) evaluation of self and others, 3) reflection, 4) information management, 5) critical thinking, an... ... middle of paper ... ...ogram supported Knowles six assumptions in learning.
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