In my dilemma, I have turned to research to solve this quagmire. This paper will be a study dealing with Judee Burgoon’s Expectancy Violations Theory. I plan to use this theory to dissect how teachers feel when students violate the expectancy that they have for them. I want to specifically research touching and the giving of compliments between the student and teacher, especially when initiated from the student. Whether or not there is a positive correspondence, this study will help students know what is expected from them from a teacher’s perspective, which might assist students in their academic pursuits.
This the basic attribute that will determine whether a teacher will have an easy time teaching or a very hard time. This paper will look into various ways in which this factor can affect the learning environment and how they can be remedied. To begin with, student behaviour is the manner in which the students portray when the context of learning institutions. In a class not all the students want to would want to cooperate with the teacher. The following are some of the behaviours would experience in class and how they can be dealt with(Porter, 2000).
I would do this as a way to assess their learning and see what the students receive from the class lesson. Additionally, I would ask the students what could I have done better in class or what they believe did not work in class. This would help me plan future lessons to know what work with the class as well as what did not work with the class.
To aid this information, other evidence I gathered was through simply talking to the students about what they had learnt and what they found interesting also to help inform me about what I was going to teach in the intensive. In terms of the characters of the students I talked to my mentor teacher about what the procedures are for discipline. One specific example was I witnessed the de-escalation of negative behaviour in class. How this informed my practise was that by witnessing how the teacher reacts to these situations, when I am presented in a similar situation I can work within what my mentor teacher has already established. This was an example of Wanaga because I was collaborating with my teacher and the routines and patters and this benefits student learning because it does not disrupt it too much.
By implementing different lessons that accommodate each students preferred learning styles, I bel... ... middle of paper ... ...e amount of learning by helping one another through cooperative learning. In addition, cooperative learning helps students face criticism and criticize other students’ ideas (Greczi, 2014). Based on my own experience, I came across people who have a hard time trying to face criticisms from other people. As a teacher, I am responsible to create a learning environment where every student can bravely face criticisms from other student and at the same time giving criticisms to others. Because cooperative learning develops skills stated earlier, I believe that my students would benefit from my class if they learn how to manage and correctly appreciate criticisms.
If the student is giving a “bad attitude” because of an assignment, then I could design a reinforcement schedule to alter the “bad attitude” to a “good attitude.” If the student completes the assignment in the classroom, then the student will be rewarded with a token for the “good attitude.” 5. What are the 4 common myths cited by Boutot & Hume (2012)? State in your own words one way you might explain one of these myths to a parent or teacher. Make sure you also explain how the myth is inaccurate. According to Boutot & Hume (2012), the four common myth are: (1) “ABA and DTT
A writer does not find a moral after he is finished writing, nor should a teacher. Lessons initially need clearly linked, progressive outcomes; a general purpose, not meaningless activities. If a student is complaining, it is probably the activity that is stunting learning, not the objective. “Children don’t go to school to do things; they go to school to learn things” (Wright, 2012, p.33); the activity can be changed while still providing students with the necessary skills to continue learning. You cannot plan the kinds of reactions that students will give you, but you can plan the objectives that students will react
This reflection helped me discover the strategies I need to adopt to build positive relationships with my students. In second phase, I articulated my own learning that I gained through narrative enquiry of the journal entries. In final phase, I explored the moments when I led my students’ and learning in order to create a sense of belongingness to a learning community. 1) Phase I: Build Positive relationship: Going through the narratives of my daily reflections, I realized that every moment in the classroom teaching was important for me and I wanted to discuss those events in my journal entries. However, ‘Teachers are not always learning.
Students learn through a variety of ways and as an individual I know talking and communicating is a way of learning. Discussion can be beneficial and as a teacher we need create positive discussion that students feel safe to talk in. Blurting out was another issue I dealt with during my lesson and while teaching I kept saying I am only going to call on students who are quietly raising their
The aim of this assessment is to critically analyse my recent OSCE teaching session, in relation to the experience of how I taught a skill to a junior student. This will involve reflecting upon the experience, critically analysing my strengths in the teaching session and areas for development and evaluation about the implications for my future practice when teaching students, patients and relatives. This will be supported by relevant literature. Reflection: I felt nervous at the beginning of teaching the skill, due to the importance of the OSCE, but I began to relax because I had prepared for the assigned skill and the key points I had written allowed me to structure the teaching session. Additionally, having been the junior student in a previous OSCE teaching session gave me some insight into what to expect.