Inquiry-based learning will only enhance these curious students to explore, share ideas and ask questions. Our role as a teacher will help identify needed resources and monitor, guide the students inquiry. Children learn by doing. We need to continuously assess and evaluate our students so we can set appropriate goals for each student and individual instructions. Each child learns different, so as a teacher we need to have different styles of teaching for positive reinforcement.
I will use my knowledge of real life experiences in the subject area I will teach. To me the overall purpose of education is to get win the battle with getting the students to be motivated in doing their best in school. For the students to develop an interest in a subject to learn it well and the primary source of that interest comes from the enthusiasm of the teacher. I believe that my passion for teaching will allow me to motivate my students to learn any difficult material. I will model this attitude by learning from my students in the classroom, showing that they have things to teach me.
For example, when teacher give questions and activities for students to do, it should be questions and activities that will facilitates students learning and help them met the outcomes. Therefore, lesson outcomes help students to acquire knowledge of the concept they are going to learn that day and work towards it with the
Education is important in a child’s life because they have to learn to get along with other children and adults. They learn to follow certain rules, which will carry over into the work environment once they graduate. I will endeavor to instill the students in my class with a life long love of learning as well as a satisfying experience. I hope that I will be helping my students to become a better person by gaining confidence in his or her abilities. I wish for the students who leave my classroom for the next would have accomplished the concept of self-control and ind... ... middle of paper ... ... particular importance in the elementary schools should be the three R’s, reading, writing, and arithmetic.
The third thing is that I would like to assist the students in comprehending what they are learning, not just to memorize the material. And, last, I want the students to want to come to school and have the longing to deepen their knowledge. For my students, I expect them to develop an understanding of knowledge. I believe in the principle of progressivism where education should be an on going and productive process. Therefore, I want my students to grasp this concept and always be willing to learn.
Teachers can learn new skills to use in the classroom like teaching practices, different ways to assess, and classroom management. If we learn from these professional developments, we can implement them into our classroom and have our classrooms be effective. My philosophy of teaching is a hybrid of both student-centered and teacher-centered. I believe that both teaching styles will help the students of all the different learning styles. We as teachers need to have a certain style of philosophy as a teacher to help our students succeed in
One important aspect to make students’ learning valuable is to focus the planning in setting objectives in terms of desired outcomes (knowledge skills, attitudes, values) that we want our students to develop. By developing clear objectives, students feel that there is a reason for learning. Also, it is important to provide feedback, because it helps students improve their goals’ achievement and solidify their understanding. Teachers need to communicate objectives, in this way students will be able to know what they are doing in class and what they are supposed to learn. Some recommendations for setting objectives in the classroom are: Set learning objectives that are specific but not restrictive: it is important to know the specific standards, benchmarks and supporting learning that students at school are required to learn.
I should establish goals, purpose, and interactive instruction when working with students. I should be able to clarify confusion and provide differentiated tasks for students in my future teaching practices. As a teacher, I would offer models of behaviour; for instance, presenting students that creating an anchor chart helps to remember the course materials. Teachers should respond flexibly to students’ response and encourage students to self-monitor. I believe that it is essential to adapt independent learning skills in my future classroom since independent learning help students to improve their academic performances, increase motivation, confidence, and self-assessment
Teacher use UBD to create understanding for the students and give them the ability to transfer their learning. Educators look at the end results that they want their students to achieve and then create a plan or unit of instruction to achieve those results. As teachers create the different units, they generate what they want their students to know, what they will understand and then also what the students will be able to do at the end of the unit. In UBD, the teacher creates meaning from what is being taught and the ability to take the knowledge and skills learned and transfer them to something else. (Wiggins,
Teaching is a lifelong learning process. It involves the learning of new strategies, philosophies, and methods. I can learn from colleagues, parents, classes, and from the students themselves. I want my students to take responsibility for their learning. I want to give them the tools to help become successful in their life.