When educators are well- organized, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ill always be challenges presented in education. These challenges are constant and require one to develop numerous personal, psychological, social, emotive, and proficient skills. Nonetheless it is exceptionally rewarded in so many ways. There are numerous aspects that can have an impact the teacher and the success of the students. So as a teacher I will have to constantly keep on learning, and I will constantly have to adapt to meet the needs of my students.
However, there are a number of challenges assorted with my job as a trainer or educator dealing with adult learners, and I should be aware of the most common ones and think of the best strategies to deal with and get the desired learning results. In their busy life filled with competing demands,
The personal plan has enabled me to track myself on my developmental changes that are important for my achievement of set goals. Planning has also allowed me to keep track of all the steps that I will need to acquire skills and knowledge. I have also been able to see that if I continue in my current method I will not achieve all of my goals and through techniques such as SWOT analysis I have identified these areas and begun to create methods to fix this problem. The basic purpose of this essay is to point out my personal and professional skill development because these two areas are interwoven. In conclusion it is very important to develop all the weaknesses I have in my professional career.
The comprehension of learning is more than the simulation of information in to knowledge, but is a combination of our minds, senses, emotions and behaviour (Winstanley, 2013). Throughout this experience, I have gained valuable insight into the internal learning I still need to conduct. Despite the level of previous experience previously gained, I still need to learn patience when dealing with people from multiple cultural backgrounds, with a variant degree of personal and professional experience. Throughout this module, I lead the coordination amongst the team members and overall completion of the module, whilst I have extensive knowledge and experience in this role, I was afforded multiple opportunities to improve and polish my communication and time management skills. In conclusion to this section, I have learnt that everyone can do their own part to work towards a common goal and that there does not need to be just one distinct leader (Chance, 2014).
Also, I must consider every students physical and emotional factors that can easily enhance or hinder a students learning capabilities. These factors must be addressed due to the theory of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, which states that students must have their basic needs in order to learn and develop successfully. Upon considering these multiple factors of the foundation of a student, I can then begin to shape and transform students into successful students and future citizens by approaching their educational needs using research-based learning theories and strategies. As indicated above, I believe each student is dynamic and diverse. Each student has different sets of needs and a unique way that they will learn.
My constructivist, eclectic philosophy comes from experience and experts who have completed countless hours of research into various aspects of our field. The work of Wager, Danielson, Covey, Jacobs and Edmore, have helped shape my leadership style. My intent has always been to take the best from these experts and demonstrate that their philosophies and practices can be implemented in the real world, in real schools, with real children. Communication to and from my staff is imperative. Trying to implement what experts have suggested without communicating to my staff my strong belief and attitude about helping children achieve at higher levels would be a much tougher road to travel and result in falling short of our goals to aid children.
I feel that I owe it to each of my students to know their stories and help them navigate through the hard times. On the other hand, even though a student seems like he/she has it all together, I shouldn’t just assume that they do. I must be sure that these students are receiving the attention and tools needed to succeed,
Holloway first looks at the question from the homogeneous versus heterogeneous grouping perspective. From this perspective two researchers, Renuzulli and Mesler, found that the regular (heterogeneous) classroom could serve the gifted students. Renuzulli suggested that teachers would need special training or access to specialists. The four other researches cited found homogenous grouping was better for gifted students. Burns and Mason found this was true because “the higher ability classes received better instruction or had higher ability teachers and benefited from high-ability classmates” (p.89).
During this time we also have to be concerned about objectives, standards, student diversity, and feedback to students. After thinking about all these different teaching tasks, the teacher needs to reflect and think about how to make their lesson more successful. After this experience my intrinsic motivation has increased a ton, I know that my teaching experiences were not perfect and there were many things that could have been improved. As an individual I am excited to further my teaching knowledge and experience and make changing to make the best learning environment for the
I have used FIT but I feel I need to use it more. Tether is my main set because a lot of my Learning pattern is use first and one being use as needed. Using FIT showed me that I need to address my topics and use it to the best of my knowledge,even thou sometimes I fall off the path I just need to remember these thing. I am always self assured but sometimes I question myself when it comes to this matter of using FIT.I have tried to rehearse how I am going to use this concept in my learning but I need to practice more even once I am done this course I can see myself becoming successful using this in my