November 25, 2013
I believe that a teacher is someone who becomes through many years of training and experiences in the field. I have not found a teacher who is an expert the first day of their profession. I believe that is urgent for everyone who is a teacher or is planning to become one to get prepare in the field the best they can. All teachers who get prepare will know how to set up rules in the classroom. Those kind of teachers will probably have less problems in their classroom because they will be able to control the classroom.
Schools are one of the first places where kid’s behavior and future educational success is shape. Teachers are carriers of either positive or negative behavior toward students. The reason why the first years of school are so critical is because kids learn the base of their educational life. I believe that teachers must love their career in order for them to pass enthusiasm, to assists, and to provide a warm environment to the students. In my opinion teachers are the second mothers for the students because students spend a lot of time with their teachers. At the same time. I believe a real teacher becomes through many years of training and experiences in the field. The same way, mothers are not born being great mothers but as their experiences with their kids expands they become experts on the field. We know that mothers look the best for their kids and one of their goals is to raise their kids so they can become professionals and pioneers for the society. Some of the mother’s role toward kids is to give them care, love, respect, lead, instruct and to try to form a safe and pleasant environment at their homes. Are these attitudes of the mothers toward their kids related to what the role of the teacher should be with the students in the classroom? If not, what should be the role of the teachers then?
A teacher carries a big responsibility in her classroom. One reason is that all students depend on her/him. Everything the teacher sys will have an impact on the students. If the teacher feels joy of feels anger, it will be spread among children because the attitudes of the teacher gets contagious. If the teacher laughs, students also laugh, why? Because teachers are responsible for the social behavior in the classroom. If something goes wrong the only responsible is the teacher even if it was not their foul.
There are all types of teachers some are better than others. Through my life I had some professors who were well prepared and some who were not. I had some teachers who just came into the class and stared teaching. They did not get involve with the students. I rarely talked to them. Those teachers did not showed any concern about what the students were feeling. One way for a teacher to get students involve in the classroom is to ask them questions. I remembered there were some students at the class that were shy including me who did not have the chance to get involve in the class or to participate. Therefore, I believe the way students act depends on the teacher’s attitude. That is why I strongly recommend all teachers to invite the student to participate in the class. It is very important that teachers encourage students because students will benefit from it.
All teachers have the key to provide a good environment for the students. The benefits of having a pleasant environment are for the teacher and students. But before that happens a teacher needs to be well prepared in order that the students receive the best treat. It is essential and crucial for teachers to be prepared because the first years of school are very important for the students. The future education success of the students depends on their first years. It’s never late to star a bound of a relationship between teacher and students. Consequently, the contact of the students with the teacher is an everyday act. Even though, there will be some days in which students will have impropriate but other days where there will not be a problem at all. As humans, sometimes teachers do things that are not correct however we always have another chance to do it better. In conclusion, I strongly believe that teachers need to show respect, caring, become role models, make a pleasant environment, treat students right, instructs them but not be totalitarian, and guides them through the road of success. The only who gets the benefits are the students and sometimes it could be a negative or positive. Throughout my life I have learned valuable lessons from great teachers but I also had negative impact in my life as well.
November 14, 2013
Has your student recently been diagnosed with a learning disability? Did you immediately begin to worry about how he or she will cope with school? It’s only natural to want the best for your student but academic success, while important, isn’t the end goal. What you really want for your child is a happy and fulfilling life. With encouragement and the right support, your child can build a strong sense of self-confidence and a solid foundation for lifelong success.
Keep things in perspective. A learning disability isn’t insurmountable.
Guide your student that everyone faces obstacles. It’s up to you as a teacher to teach your student as a child of yours, how to deal with those obstacles without becoming discouraged or overwhelmed. Don’t let the tests, school bureaucracy, and endless paperwork distract you from what’s really important—giving your student plenty of emotional and moral support. Where a teacher is not only a person who can guide and tech from the book but also from the world, which is more important for a child with learning disabilities, where a teacher play a vital role in his or her life and career.
Be an advocate for your student. You may have to speak up time and time again to get special help for your student. Embrace your role as a proactive teacher and work on your communication skills. It may be frustrating at times, but by remaining calm and reasonable, yet firm, you can make a huge difference for your student.
Remember that your influence outweighs all others. Your student will follow your lead. If you approach learning challenges with optimism, hard work, and a sense of humor, your student is likely to embrace your perspective—or at least see the challenges as a speed bump, rather than a roadblock. Focus your energy on learning what works for your student and implementing it the best you can.
November 8, 2013
Moral or ethical issues are central to our lives. Our personal relationships can be positive and enhance our lives or be destructive. Societal norms can be based on fairness and ethical values or involve favoritism and disrespect toward certain groups. Ethical behavior is essential in a democracy where, as citizens, we regularly make decisions affecting others. This essay focuses on aspects of moral development for which there is robust empirical support and sound guidance for teachers. A person’s morality is influenced by a variety of internal and environmental factors. In one conception, moral action is determined by four components: (1) moral sensitivity (comprehending moral content when present in a situation), (2) moral judgment (determining what is the moral thing to do), (3) moral motivation (choosing to do what moral rather than other values dictate), and (4) moral character (having qualities such as strength of ego, perseverance, and courage to act). Numerous studies in moral education suggest practical tactics teachers can use that will help their students move toward more complex, principled ethical reasoning to foster students’ moral judgment.
August 26, 2013
Environmental Science, a subject which has been newly introduced to the syllabus of the school students of each and every stardard. This is a subject which can connect us directly to the environment.
There should be special training for the teaching to teach this subject as it is not a very easy job. The students should be aware of everything which is going on in their surroundings.
Some of the Tips For the teachers to teach this subject are :
1. Explain each and every keyword of the subject.
2. If the student has any query, make it cristal clear for him to understand.
3. If any kind of distraction or anything orrurs in the world, then students should be aware of the facts and the things they should do at that point of time.
July 16, 2013
If you’re a beginning teacher, you probably worry about classroom management. You’re not alone. Classroom management — managing both student behavior and the physical learning environment — is an ongoing concern of all teachers.
A successful classroom is about maintaining that sense of learning, of structure, and of student productivity. This should be an easily-accessible table/desk and include (at the very least): clearly labeled bins for student work, a stapler, tape dispenser, electric pencil sharpener, and a three-hole punch. This creates an area for them that has everything they need all in one place. –No wandering up around the teacher’s desk looking for something, no wondering where to turn something in, etc. To create the climate you want for your classroom, you must first decide the look and feel of the room.
Can you tolerate noise? Must the room always be quiet? Or can you put up with a mix of noise and quiet, depending on the learning activity? It’s easier to start out more controlled and gradually open up to activity and noise than the other way around.
Encourage all students to do their best and let them know that you believe they can succeed. Apply proven teaching techniques to keep student interest and monitor whether they are learning.
July 16, 2013
Teachers have the very important responsibility of shaping the lives of young, impressionable children. With this responsibility comes great pride and joy. Therefore all teachers should strive for what can be considered to be a “good teacher.” A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way to others.
A good teacher is like a candle because the teacher is that person who do the minds of them pupils more brightly. It means that the teacher give the information which the pupil’s didn’t know. And point them the right way in their lives. Every teacher consume itself to light the way to others. It means that the teacher give a more energy for the pupils. They work hard and put in it what is the better from the word. Only teachers can to show a rich way for pupils.
June 17, 2013
The best lessons, books, and materials in the world won’t get students excited about learning and willing to work hard if they’re not motivated.
Motivation, both intrinsic and extrinsic, is a key factor in the success of students at all stages of their education, and teachers can play a pivotal role in providing and encouraging that motivation in their students.
Adding a social element to lessons will help motivate kids by letting them work with peers. Allow them to work together in the classroom with partners or in small groups practicing reading, writing and math skills.
This does not mean that every student will score 100% on every test we write. It does mean that if you communicate to a child that he or she is failure, he or she will fail. If you communicate to that same child that he or she will succeed; you will often find that that is the outcome.
While guidance from a teacher is important to keeping kids on task and motivated, allowing students to have some choice and control over what happens in the classroom is actually one of the best ways to keep them engaged. For example, allowing students to choose the type of assignment they do or which problems to work on can give them a sense of control that may just motivate them to do more.
Not all students will respond to lessons in the same way. For some, hands-on experiences may be the best. Others may love to read books quietly or to work in groups. In order to keep all students motivated, mix up your lessons so that students with different preferences will each get time focused on the things they like best. Doing so will help students stay engaged and pay attention.
April 28, 2013
Teachers make a profound and lasting contribution to the future. Few careers are as professionally rewarding, and personally satisfying, as that of teaching. It is a career where you can actually make a profound and lasting contribution to the future by positively influencing the lives of your students. It is the ultimate fulfilment of your sense of social commitment.
Teaching also offers a unique arena in which to express your creativity. As a teacher you have the opportunity to share your knowledge of a subject you enjoy, and at which you excel.
As No Child Left Behind comes up for re-authorization in 2011, it is critical that we advocate and engage students, as well as teachers, policy makers, and community members, in conversations and initiatives that will improve education in the United States.
A teaching career will offer you attractive working conditions. What’s more, it is one of the few professions that offers an ideal and flexible work/life balance. And when you train as a teacher, you are also learning transferable skills that can equip you for many professions outside and beyond the classroom.
March 17, 2013
As you take on what is likely to be a new experience of having full responsibility for teaching courses in your field, you will also be learning to balance the time you spend on teaching, research, and service to your department and the University. Even if you have already had full course responsibility as a Teaching Assistant, you will be taking on a new role of authority in the eyes of the students.
Some Of The Best Tips For The Teachers Are :
1. Love the subject Which you Teach
2. Learn about and participate in Teaching Center programs
3. Multi disciplinary resources
4. Consider your expected enrollment
5. Start out with firm rules
March 17, 2013
One of our habit is when we say that we have two mothers .According to our habitude, first mother is mother who come of heart and second mother is mother who come of soul or teacher. Teacher we say mother because she care for us when we at school. She give good advice for example : don’t smoking; don’t be useful drug because we lost our health. Of one word teacher is our second mother. With teacher we don’t need scold only we need to be good.
And I thought that made sense. It was his job to advocate for us. To challenge us. To help us be the best we could be. And so he wasn’t our friend. He was our teacher. To keep those ideas separate, he used his dress. I think that’s worth remembering as we move more and more of our work as teachers into online spaces.
Many teachers underestimate the value of building relationships with their students’ parents. Parents can be your best friends or they can be your worst enemy. It is hard work for a teacher to build trusting cooperative relationships, but it will be well worth all the effort in the long run. The following five tips can you help you build good solid relationships with parents.