For students to learn they must have tutors or teachers to take then through class work and other activities. Student-teacher relationship should be tailored towards improving the current status of the student both intellectually and morally and in a positive way (Hargreaves & Goodson, 2006). Teachers are supposed to prepare their students for the interdependent world that nowadays is a global village. Teachers while preparing students should put in mind that the students they are preparing are to be incorporated in this developing world where development has taken center stage. The theoretical part of the study should be practically practiced. This opens up the mind of students making them able to be open minded in their profession and effectively teach others in any part of the world. Learning is a gradual process which needs time and patience. People are different in understanding and grasping things when being taught. This calls for patience from the teacher. The lessons should be systematic to avoid forgetfulness and enhance grasping crucial information by students. The teacher should put up a methodology which is applicable to students. This helps the students to move together, if in a group and at almost similar pace. The method being used by the teacher should be aimed at improving the students understanding of the topic or subject being taught. The capability of the teacher is well seen by the way he/she teaches. The method used should be easy to understand by the students. Communication is vital in exchanging information. The way a teacher communicates with the students will eventually make then understand or fail. It’s important for the teacher to ensure that the students do not realize your weak points because that will affect their psychological perception about you and even take you for granted. The seriousness you accord to your work and towards the students will always make students build enough confidence in you. The language being used by the teacher should be understood by the students putting in mind that the teacher should try to elaborate further if a point is not yet home. Students largely depend on their teacher for reliable information since they trust in their teacher and believe that whatever they are taught is true. The learning materials used should also portray the truth and similar information since people today work in different countries and therefore it will be easier for them if the same information is taught all over the world. The relationship between the teacher and the student should be morally upright and essentially meant to improve the student capabilities both in class and extra curriculum activities. There is also evidence in the long run of students studying in other parts of the world having been taught similar things in their respective schools returning and being able to cope well with the of needs and wants of the society experienced in the current job market. Flexibility and openness (Eduventures, 2008) and ability to apply creative solutions to classroom conflicts while promoting intercultural interdependence in their classrooms. The teacher should instill self-confidence and honesty to his/her students. Students who wish to be teachers also gain a better understanding of the broader nature of teaching as a worldwide profession and begin to realize that the basic skills and qualities of an effective teacher are universal. Putting
Attributes of a Student Teaching Experience Institution Affiliation: Date: Education is an opening to many opportunities which are meant to improve our intellectual understanding of what we have learnt, not only in our books but also from day to day activities…
The court ruled that it was reasonable to search the girl's backpack and outer clothes. Search beyond it caused degradation to the subject. In this case school officials overreacted to vague accusations that Redding was violating school policy by possessing the ibuprofen, equivalent to two tablets of Advil (Barnes).
During the course of my studies, I garnered ample insights regarding my writing and research skills and abilities. On the basis of such realizations, I have come out with a plan aimed at honing my writing and research skills.
The characters in sixteen centuries are basically associated with the act of romantic love, heroic deeds and cherishing Christian values. Their ultimate aim is to find their lovers and beloved. To pursue the goal, the characters go through many adventures which result into having many man-made as well as destiny made hurdles.
The place was extremely peaceful and serene. The undertone decorations and lighting just made it even more welcoming. I happen to study church practice at two times, one when the church was full of people and one when it was almost empty. At both times, the only difference was the number of people.
Hence, the need in nurse educators well-versed in diabetic care as well as approaches to diabetes education has to be urgently addressed. Just as teaching future nurses diabetes educators needs to be based on a relevant theoretical framework, various learning theories are discussed as a background of the learning process including constructivism, experiential learning, behaviorism, social learning, psychodynamic, humanistic, and cognitive learning theories, etc.
Indeed, the ability to make well informed judgments in measures is vital when actual measurement is problematic or otherwise when the tolerances are high. Measurement involves the development of procedures, knowledge strategies associated with, mass, area, volume, length, as well as time.
Today education is mandatory for female and about 58% of University students are women (Fatany, 2007, p.7). The main obstacles of the education for them are the permission of the male members of their families and lack of government support. The Saudi government has launched inadequate number of schemes and plans directed towards women’s development.
A Critical Evaluation of Research: The Facilitation Theory (the humanist approach) Introduction The changing outlook of the field of teaching has shifted from didacticism towards facilitated learning, and this paradigm shift has come with the need, for teachers to take different roles and to use new techniques in teaching (Gregory, 2002).
For instance, colors represent different attributes and order (Armstrong 105). Pautz theory examines the resemblance of substances in the universe according to their common properties or attributes. He came up with an analysis that two ordinary and first order substances can resemble exactly the same.