Importance Of Respect And Supportive Environment

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Creating a Respectful, Supportive Learning Environment Classroom environment is important to the students’ learning, if the student doesn’t feel like they are in a place to learn but instead a playground they will not want to learn. I would want to create a comfortable classroom environment that is fun but also serious about learning and educating. I would want to make the students feel comfortable enough to ask questions, answer mine, and even talk to me about things that interest them or bothers them outside of class and school. With that environment and relationship with my students I feel that they would have a respect for me and would see that I actually care and have their best interest. A wise man once told me, “Students don’t care how…show more content…
I also believe that people best learn by watching or having an example, so it is the responsibility of the teacher to reflect the respect and supportive environment that they would want the students to also reflect. With that type of respect and support from the teacher, it would promote the cooperation of students in having a great learning environment. With the cooperation of the students it will make giving instruction much simpler and the teaching of lessons easier for both the students’ understanding and the teacher to…show more content…
In that case I would have students in no more than 4-5 groups broken as evenly as possible to have a cooperative learning experience. I would grant students with the responsibility to group themselves until a potential problem starts to rise. After that I would group students based on their potential to help each other. I would not want to group all the students that understand the material together while having a group that barely understands the work at all. I would also make sure that the class continues to work with all their classmates to prevent the chances of cliquing and exclusion to one another. Lesson delivery will be given in a way that the majority if not all of the students will understand. Modifications for diverse learners will have to be made because not every student has the same learning style meaning they will not all learn the same. These modifications include working out problems on the board with the class, using the ‘I do, we do, you do’ method, and even hands on activities if possible. The use of technology would be useful and integrated for classroom management through projecting problems on the board or even the use of a computer to look further in depth of theories or formulas. The technology should be in the front of the class so the teacher can monitor the class while using it. Having the
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