The idea of helping a child succeed in life gives me the motivation to want to become a teacher. The first question a teacher must ask him or herself is, how do I help these students learn? There are a couple ways to go about educating students, but in my opinion, students must be challenged. The idea of a student using their problem solving skills and going through critical thinking processes is based on the idea of progressivism. Progressivism has some very important concepts.
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What is the role of the teacher, and what steps will you take to ensure that you are fulfilling this role? The role of the teacher is to instruct his students with valuable and worthy lessons that would produce a favorable change in the life of the students. In order for the instruction to be effective, and in order for the change in the life of the students to be lifelong, the teacher must instill discipline and “make disciples” out of students. Since the law of apperception dictates that all learning depends on skills that were previously acquired, should a teacher succeed in instilling discipline in his students, then his students will be prepared for the next set of lessons that life has in store. Thus, the teacher will have performed his role.
I am going from civil and strong relationships with students, my staff, as well as make sure the students have good relationships with each other. A Teacher-Student relationship is super important to me. This type of relationship is important because it affects the student 's learning and the respect they have for me. Students want an educator they can also ask for help without being scared. Having this strong connection with my students will help the child’s ambition to learn and come to class which is my goal.
It is vital that they learn in a healthy atmosphere surrounded by professional teachers that would be able not only give them the knowledge they require, but lessons in ethics as well. An effective teacher needs to inspire and influence students through enthusiasm and motivation. This teacher knows their subject well and is kinds and respectful towards all students. An effective teacher is an innovator who uses different types of strategies, materials and techniques to accommodate different learning styles and to present learning content from different angles. This type of teacher values respects and uses students’ ideas about how to develop their own learning.
An effective classroom management plan will enable the students and the teacher to respect each other. It is important in order for classroom organization and for efficiency in teaching. Effective classroom management begins with the teacher. The teacher must plan well so that the students will be able to meet their learning and behavior objectives. A good lesson plan will help the students to feel a need to learn the material and will help them maintain positive behavior.
I will model this attitude by learning from my students in the classroom, showing that they have things to teach me. To make the best use of my classroom time I as a teacher need to know what strategies to apply to promote good classroom management. The following are the methods I would apply to my classroom: . Using rewards and reinforcements . Understanding my student’s level of learning
By successfully using this design model, and educator can ensure the best results for his or her students and remain confident in knowing that the education being taught is relevant and meaningful to the scholastic background of his or her students. The following text will describe the ADDIE system, beginning with analysis. When an educator analyzes what he or she will be creating, it is important to ask questions such as “what do you want the students to learn by the end of the unit?” This is a way the educator can structure the curriculum for the students and incorporate into the teaching. When developing a curriculum the question “what problem is instruction the solution?” should be asked (Gagne, 2005). This question is often disregarded.
Is this relationship among teacher and student that important to discuss and analyze? Does a student's education depend on the techniques of the teacher? Alternatively, do students have a responsibility to their own education? The relationship between the teacher and the student is both important and detrimental to a student's education. Educators and aspiring teachers need to know what kind of atmosphere they can create in a classroom.