My personal philosophy of teaching and learning is a product of many influencesincluding experience, instruction, a melding of the philosophies of past educators andan intrinsic sense of what is right. I have attempted to capsulate this philosophy in theseven belief statements that follow. I believe learners are individuals who bring aunique set of needs and abilities to the classroom and that they should be encouragedto become responsible for their own learning, especially as they mature. I believe that ateacher’s primary role is that of a facilitator of learning, creating opportunities for learning which improve the chances of student success. I believe that the learningprocess is multifaceted, unique to each student, yet containing unifying threads of purpose in addressing the student as a whole person. I believe the curriculum is a setof criteria designed, as much as possible, to meet the needs of students and should beoffered to them in as compelling a manner as possible. I believe that the learningenvironment is a shared, public place that must be welcoming, safe, and theresponsibility of those who share it. I believe it is important to recognize and embracethe diversity that arises from the milieu as it provides a myriad of opportunities toenhance student learning and growth. Finally, I believe if I am to be a good facilitator of the learning of others, I must embrace opportunities to expand my own learning on anongoing, life-long basis. This includes allowing myself time to be critically reflective.These seven belief statements form the core of my current philosophy of teaching andlearning. This is an evolving philosophy that is heavily influenced by experience anddriven by a passion for teaching and a passion for learning. It is my hope that thesepassions will combine to kindle a similar passion for learning in the students in my care
The articulation of a philosophy is the first and often smallest step in its development. Once stated it must be
Poverty, Unemployment and Underemployment
Linkage between employment and poverty in this regard will be approached by looking at the relation between poverty and unemployment and between poverty and underemployment. The chosen of indicator unemployment and underemployment is based on reality that both indicators is directly related with income level. Someone who is unemployed certainly not have income from a job, while underemployment closely related with the low of working hours and income….
Students follow a three year program geared towards entry to IVTB registered vocational centres. At the inception of the program, Catholic education was involved in the preparation of the national curriculum and willingly accepted to operate a prevocational stream in each secondary school. Today, there are 17 catholic colleges which have a prevocational stream.
At national level there are some 4000 students annually which join the prevocational stream. There are some 1200 students….
Certified Nurse Educator
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There is an increasing emphasis of the importance of the role of nurses as educators and therefore is important to have an understanding of how to implement a teaching plan in clinical practice. Education of patients and family is the professional responsibility of the nurse. The nurse should aim for the patient to achieve independence in the management of their own health. This assignment will compromise of a proposed teaching plan regarding self-administration of sub-cutaneous insulin….
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QUESTION 1: DEFINITIONS OF ASSESSMENTS CONCEPTS
Moderation can be defined as the practice of safeguarding or securing that educators are assessing learners’ work in line with certain agreed specifications and required norms or standards (Maphalala, 2015:13). This is achieved by ensuring that assessment tools are of the required/necessary standard and quality, by making sure the….
attributes of an outstanding educator. The attributes that stand out the most are those that are used to
enhance a studentâs learning. The most important quality of an outstanding educator is their enthusiasm for teaching. When a teacher is
passionate about their role as an educator, and demonstrates an active investment in their students, the students are provided with the
best quality of education and the classroom thrives. Another skill of an outstanding educator is the ability to create a positive….
I. Question 1 2
a. Assessment Task 1: the educator assessment 2
b. Assessment Task 2: peer assessment 7
c. Assessment Task 3: self assessment/reflection 9
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Bibliography: The Educator as Mediator of Learning – MM Nieman & RB Monyai
The Educator Mediator of Learning – Unisa Study Guide
Howard Gardner on multiple intelligences – Internet
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences – Howard Gardner (Internet)
Entheogens and Existential Intelligence: The Use of Plant….
I. Physical Qualities
Belief in ourselves despite setbacks. Teachers encounter situations all the time that could be considered setbacks. Kids can be cruel, to each other and to teachers. They can have attitudes, especially teenagers. I’ve had teachers to were obviously nervous when they taught. Others were shy and only half committed to their subject. But the best teachers laughed off their mistakes: chalk breaking, books dropped, TVs not working. Where some teachers were flustered….
Mrs Otterson: An Unforgettable Educator
I can still remember the first day I stepped foot into first grade. So much so, I remember it like it was yesterday. The sun was shining, the wind was slightly blowing and I had the biggest smile on my face. I was extremely excited, yet nervous, for my first day of school. Now thinking about it, there was no need to be nervous because my teacher gave each one of us a warm welcome, and as soon as I said goodbye to my mother, Mrs Otterson gave me the biggest….