I plan to teach all of these aspects in my classroom alone. I am an education major at the present time; however, I am not aware of exactly which content area I want to set my mind on for the rest of my life. If I had my choice, I would teach in elementary or middle school. This is because I want to feel as though I have the maximum impact on my students, and I feel children ... ... middle of paper ... ...lusion, I have all intentions of impacting my students in a more than positive way. I want them to be comfortable enough with me to talk to me about their problems and concerns when it comes to education.
Knowing and teaching children well first requires knowing myself well. As a teacher I am a gatekeeper, and therefore I have an immense impact on students’ futures. This can be on a lesser scale such as denying a student the chance to research their own answer, or on a higher scale such as unintentionally perpetuating racial or gender inequalities. Educators must be devoted to teaching every child. This is why before stepping foot into a... ... middle of paper ... ...how best to educate the student with critical pedagogy, teachers must recognize that there are multiple learning styles.
Multiple Intelligences Thought out our lives, we are faced with many different learning experiences. Some of these experiences have made a better impact than others. This can be attributed to everyone’s different multiple intelligences or learning styles. A persons learning style is the method though which they gain information about their environment. As a teacher, it is our responsibility to know these styles, so we can reach each of our students and use all of the necessary methods.
To distinguish instruction is to recognize students shifting foundation information, preparation, dialect, inclinations in learning, interface, and to respond responsively (Hall, 2012). Hall notes that differentiated instruction is a development to approach instructing and learning for students of contrasting capacities in the same course. The expectation of differentiating instruction is to maximize each student's development and person victory by assembly each understudy where he or she is and helping in the learning handle (Hall, 2012). Instructors ought to look for to meet the differing needs of children by being proactive in receiving changed approaches to learning, instructing, and evaluation (Vickerman, 2007). Tending to the full continuum
I want to focus on the needs of my students, not standardized test scores. Working with young people gives educators the chance to make a difference and gain new knowledge. Receiving my Master's Degree will be my next accomplishment after graduating from Concord University. My main goal as a teacher is to get students enthusiastic about their education. The cruel act of discrimination will not be tolerated in my classroom.
I believe teachers should serve as role models and be the center of a classroom. In order to maintain that students stay on task and are all on the same page, the teacher needs to serve as a guide and direct the students. I do not believe that students learn best in a textbook based setting, but that textbooks are important when referencing material. I believe all students learn differently and look for new ideas or ways to teach lessons and concepts, so that my students can learn as effectively as possible. I also believe that a teacher teaches much more than the subject.
This leads to another belief of mine: that it is the goal of the teacher... ... middle of paper ... ...he school only has one perspective on the needs of a student at any given time. However, by collaborating with others at the school, they can pool their resources together in order to create a better learning experience for the student. Because of this, it is important for a teacher to maintain open relationships with everyone else at the school. It is my personal philosophy that it is the teacher’s responsibility to ensure that students receive the quality education they deserve. This means that the teacher must make the material engaging for the student, create an enriching and appropriate learning environment, and work with other school personnel to do so.
While a teacher when plans to educate the students with heart and soul, a real dedication are the first requirement he/she fulfills besides adopting the appropriate techniques depending on audience. Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All by educators and education specialists Gayle H. Gregory and Carolyn Chapman is an attempt in the same direction. Yes, the book is focused on taking the level of learning as high as possible by adopting varying techniques for varying learners. This is an informative, and user friendly guide specially written for classroom teachers, in order to introduce them to the method of differentiated instruction that involves carefully adapting curriculum and instructional approaches to the specific and individual learning needs of each student in... ... middle of paper ... ...tive resource merges practice with the best of learning-styles, brain-based learning, and multiple intelligence theory to create specific instructional techniques for the high-challenge, low-threat differentiated classroom. In my opinion, it is an important resource for any teacher, new or experienced, who wants to help every student in the classroom learn and succeed.
The teacher it is the second most important because she/he will be responsible to accommodate every student needs, goals and educate them to succeed in their lives. Students should know why education it is important in their future, if they already know they would be able to keep their education until they have achieved their goals. It is important for the students to have the desire of going school, this will help them to learn and enjoy the school. They w... ... middle of paper ... ...that self-esteem has to start at home, and teachers have to make sure that every child has high self-esteem. A child that has high self-esteem will contribute more in the classroom than a child who doesn’t have self-esteem.
Teachers need to be able to recognize that sometimes a student can only learn in one fashion and in that fashion alone. This is why we must compensate for every student in the classroom to bring a variety of teaching styles to be sure to include every student. As educators, we need to find ways to make concepts interesting ... ... middle of paper ... ...lti curriculum, such as instruction in vocational technologies. A multi curriculum gives us a chance to arouse curiosity and push our students to a higher level of knowledge that is most relevant to each individual’s life. Today’s classrooms are more diverse than ever.