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  • None of these characteristics have anything to do with grade level or subject taught.
  • Demonstrate the benefits of reflecting upon experiences
  • In this section, we’ll identify the traits of effective teaching in a clinical setting. This is the first step in evaluating your own teaching skills.When asked what they found to be effective characteristics of clinical teachers, students answered, “My preceptor…”
  • We may be the only people able to pass culture onto them…
  • No Child Left Behind Act defines
  • Teachers are able to “psychologize” the subject matter for students. (Dewey)Scaffolding from the known to the unknown (Vygotsky)Scaffolding from the known to the unknown
  • develop in a unique way as we interact with our world…
  • – never sit and teach - Moving in aisles.: do not confuse dirty jokes with humor.
  • The overarching role of the coach is to build teacher capacity to implement effective instructional practices to improve student learning and performance.But all these roles can be attributed to an instructional coach. To learn more about these roles you may want to look at Taking The Lead by JoellenKillion of the NSDC.Resource Provider…• Assists teachers with materials, tools, information, etc. to support instructionData Coach: Organizes and analyzes a school’s data• Facilitates data conversations among a school’s faculty• Supports teachers in using data to improve InstructionCurriculum Specialist:The “what” of teaching• Helps teachers use the national, state and district curriculum standards to plan instruction and assessment• Helps teachers use the curriculum to analyze students’ strengths and target areasInstructional Specialist:Is the “how” of teaching• Assists teachers in designing instruction to meet the needs of all students• Shares multiple instructional processes/strategies• Coordinates with other specialists in the school• Helps teachers manage the pacing of instruction(e.g., depth vs. breadth)
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  • 31 1-earthsoft-effective teachers

    1. 1. Earthsoft Foundation of GuidanceEdge-Aggressive-Reliable-Trust-Honesty-Soft-Obedient-Fun-Transparent Making earth little softer
    2. 2. About usEarthsoft Foundation of Guidance (EFG) has uploaded followingpresentations at http://myefg.in/downloads.aspxBe mentor using your education, knowledge & experience tocontribute for a social cause & do conduct free training seekinghelp of existing platforms. Kindly share with your friends•Motivation for higher study, Planning for study, Educationguidance, Career guidance, Career available after SSC & HSC•Personality development – 3 files•How to prepare resume, Tips to attend interview successfully•Religion related –To understand basic religion, Do & Don’t tips•Health related - Be vegetarian, Be healthy, Manage health•Corporate - Project management, Assertiveness, Ownership,Effective communication, Leadership, Be entrepreneur•Finance - To avoid speculation in stock market•Social - Women empowerment, Choosing life partner, conflictresolution, stop ragging, stop alcohol, snakebite treatment Making earth little softer
    3. 3. Index Making earth little softer
    4. 4. Gems of Wisdom Making earth little softer
    5. 5. What is EFFECTIVE?• Effectiveness is the capability of producing a desired result• Effective teacher is determined from the success of student• It relates to assessment-based accountability Making earth little softer
    6. 6. Effectiveness• Effective teachers also have an inviting personality: Effective Ineffective •“Good morning” •“Keep out” •“Congratulations!” •“It won’t work” •“I appreciate your •“Not bad for a girl.” help!” •“I don’t care what you •“Tell me about it.” do.” •“How can I help you?” •“You can’t do that.” •“Yes” •“Because I said so, that’s why!” Making earth little softer
    7. 7. Effective Teachers Standard CompetenciesA science & art of educationaiming the full developmentof the human being by skillsacquisition & enhancement Qualified caring Pedagogy Liberal Arts effective teachers Content Knowledge Making earth little softer
    8. 8. Effective Teachers Prepare Learning Step back Agree LearningReview learning outcome Learning Cycle Apply to Present Information demonstrate through all senses Construct to search meaning Making earth little softer
    9. 9. Effective TeachersSetting the clear Leading teachers withexpectations strong principlesAttracting the best Monitoring teaching &talent for teaching learning processPreparing the teachers Feedback & Supportwith useful training teachers to improveMatching skills with Motivating teachers tostudents needs perform Making earth little softer
    10. 10. Effective Teachers Teachers effectiveness Curriculum Educational Development Collab Quality oration 21st Student century achievement Assessment Learning Processes & Decision making Making earth little softer
    11. 11. Effective Teachers Institutional framework Educational performance standard Student learning outcome Making earth little softer
    12. 12. Effective Teachers• Establishes good control of the classroom• Does things right, consistently• Affects and touches lives• Exhibits positive expectations for ALL students• Establishes good classroom management techniques Making earth little softer
    13. 13. Effective Teachers• Designs lessons for student mastery• Works cooperatively and learns from colleagues• Seeks out a mentor who serves as a role model• Goes to professional meetings to learn• Has a goal of striving for excellence• Teaches with proven research-based practices Making earth little softer
    14. 14. Effective Teachers• Can explain the district’s, school’s, and department or grade level’s curriculum• Realizes that teaching is not a private practice• Is flexible and adaptable• Listens, listens, and listens• Understands the research process• Knows the difference between an effective teacher and an ineffective one Making earth little softer
    15. 15. QuoteStudents will forget most of what youteach them,But will remember how you made themfeel in your class! Making earth little softer
    16. 16. Effective Teachers• The effective teacher dresses appropriately as a professional educator to model success.• As you are dressed, so shall you be perceived;• and as you are perceived,• so shall you be treated. Making earth little softer
    17. 17. Effective Teachers• Establishes good control of the class• Remember: Control does not involve threats or intimidation, but control means teacher knows…• What you are doing• Classroom procedures• Professional responsibilities• Your students know that what you are doing! Making earth little softer
    18. 18. Effective Teachers• The characteristics of an effective teacher…• Has positive expectations for students success.• Is an extremely good classroom manager.• To design lessons for student mastery• Authoritarian• Constructivist Making earth little softer
    19. 19. Effective Teachers• Committed to students and their learning• Know their subject matter and subject matter pedagogy• Responsible for managing and monitoring student learning• Teachers think systematically about their practice and learn from experience• Teachers are members of learning communities Making earth little softer
    20. 20. Effective Teachers• WORK in a collegial manner with your colleagues.• ASSOCIATE with and learn from positive mentors.• JOIN a professional organization.• CONTINUE TO LEARN through classes, workshops, conferences, in service meetings, books, journals, advanced degrees, etc. Making earth little softer
    21. 21. Effective Teachers• It is the teacher who makes the difference in the classroom.• Ability of the teacher• Extensive knowledge about teaching• A decision maker able to translate knowledge into increased student learning Making earth little softer
    22. 22. Best Teacher• Enthusiasm/eagerness• Preparedness• Punctuality• Support and show concern for students• Consistency• Politeness• Firmness and control• Provides personal help Making earth little softer
    23. 23. Best Teacher• Passion for teaching• Love the people they teach• Believe in the importance of education• Flexible, willing to try new things• Can take constructive criticism• Not afraid of challenges• Good communicator and listener• Interactive with students Making earth little softer
    24. 24. Best Teacher• Add personal elements to the classroom• Organized, Disciplined• Problem solvers• Creative in how they teach• Great fund-raiser• Teach beyond the textbook• Not afraid of other’s opinions• Have a lot of energy Making earth little softer
    25. 25. Successful Teacher• Knows Behavior Instruction & Reinforcement• Has practical KNOWLEDGE of behavior management strategies & able to develop a behavior plan• The teacher APPLIES behavior management strategies in a FLEXIBLE and TIMELY manner• Separates unacceptable behavior• Ability to KNOW & effectively RELATE students• Have a keen AWARENESS of the classroom• Constantly reinforces expected behavior Making earth little softer
    26. 26. Successful Teachers• Ability to quickly analyze situation and appropriately apply techniques• Has good timing-when and where to react and respond• Establishes rapport and trust• Knows students thoroughly well• Classroom design• Classroom management• Establishing baseline data Making earth little softer
    27. 27. Successful Teachers• The teacher is Consistent, has good Follow- through, and Follow-up with students• Is clear and predictable• Communicates expectations often• Can re-establish respect after encounters Making earth little softer
    28. 28. Successful Teachers• Attend to more than one matter at a time• Train students to follow established classroom Procedures/routines without disturbing others• PACE their instruction without unnecessary delays• Use a variety of techniques to keep students Interested and Involved• Use various techniques to check student Involvement, learning, and Attention• Use Effective techniques with individual students that guide other student’s behavior Making earth little softer
    29. 29. P.R.O.J.E.C.T• Participation• Relevant• Originative• Joy• Enthusiastic• Concerns• Team Making earth little softer
    30. 30. PrerequisitesTeachers to develop• The relationship between colleagues• Content preparation• Effective teaching methodology Making earth little softer
    31. 31. Effective Social SkillsFollowing are 6 components• Rationale• Modeling• Concept Teaching• Role Playing/Behavior Rehearsal and Practice• Coaching• Contingent Reinforcement Making earth little softer
    32. 32. Social Skills Topics• Basic Social Skills:• Body Basics• Face person• Eye contact• Voice volume/tone/rate• Expression should match• Relaxed posture• Starting, Joining, and Maintaining a Conversation • With Adults • With Peers Making earth little softer
    33. 33. Social Skills Topics• Basic Social Skills:• Recognizing and Expressing Feelings• Playing Cooperatively• Solving Problems• Using Self-Control• Solving Arguments• Dealing with Teasing• Dealing with Being Left Out• Accepting “NO”• Following Directions Making earth little softer
    34. 34. Social Skills Topics• Intermediate to Advanced Skills:• Accepting negative feedback• Learning how to say “NO”.• Assertiveness• Resisting peer pressure• Resisting teasing• Managing anger Making earth little softer
    35. 35. Experienced Teacher Standards• Demonstrates Professional Leadership• Demonstrates Knowledge of Content• Designs/Plans Instruction• Creates and Maintains Learning Climate• Implements/Manages Instruction• Assesses and communicates Learning Results• Collaborates with Colleagues/Parents/Others• Engages in Professional Development Making earth little softer
    36. 36. Characteristics• Was clear in what she expected of me• Was keen to teach me new things• Was confident that I could carry out the tasks she assigned me• Allowed me to be an active participant in planning and carrying out patient care and made sure I felt ready to take on new tasks• Asked me for feedback about how they were doing as teachers• Paid attention to my learning style• Was open to questions Making earth little softer
    37. 37. CharacteristicsOrganized• Efforts in planning and preparation will pay offWelcoming• Knows student will appreciate the sameFeedback• To know what you think about how students are doing• What they are doing well and what they need to improve. Making earth little softer
    38. 38. CharacteristicsAwareness• Not everyone learns in the same way, various models like direct teaching, and modeling with some students and more facilitation with others.Enthusiasm• It’s infectious – if you are keen on teaching, your students will be keen to learn.Expectations• To know what is expected of students. Effective preceptors are clear about their expectations. Making earth little softer
    39. 39. Reflective teacher• A reflective teacher is the one who respects the wonderful range of multiple talents and capacities of all individuals regardless of cultural, intellectual or gender differences.While teaching, emphasis to be put on• Reflective thinking and productivity;• Context-rich learning;• Access to models of the skills appropriate to the learning situation Making earth little softer
    40. 40. Characteristics• Open-minded, no discrimination• Wholehearted• Responsible• An ethic of caring relationships• Learning communities Making earth little softer
    41. 41. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective TeachersDelivered by: Razwan FarazAdopted from: Book by Stephen R Covey Making earth little softer
    42. 42. Discussion• If you could be anything, what would you be?• What is stopping you?• If you could have any strength/quality in your character, which ones would you have?• What is stopping you? Making earth little softer
    43. 43. The 7 Habits Interdependence7 Sharpen saw Think Understand win-win 5 4 Public Victory Synergize 6 Independence 3 - 1st things 1st Private Victory 1- Be 2-End Proactive in mind Dependence Making earth little softer
    44. 44. What do you want to see Making earth little softer
    45. 45. The 7 Habits Knowledge (what to, why to) Habits Skills Desire (how to) (want to) HabitsInternalized principles & patterns of behavior Making earth little softer
    46. 46. Private Victory H1. Be proactive – You are the programmerH3. First things first H2. End in mindYou run the program write the program Making earth little softer
    47. 47. Habit 1 Be proactiveCheck yourself if you have said at least 3 of thefollowing:• I cant• I have to go• I don’t know how• He makes me so mad!• There is nothing I can do• She thinks I am not good at….• I can’t control that class!• I hate Mondays• Oh! Its Friday! Making earth little softer
    48. 48. Stimulus and Response Stimulus Proactive Response Freedom to Choose Self-Awareness……..Heart Imagination………….Mind Conscience…………..Spirit Independent Will…….Body Reactive Stimulus Response Making earth little softer
    49. 49. Food for thought…Between stimulus and response there is a space.In that space is our power to choose ourresponse. In our response lies our growth and ourfreedom -Viktor E. Frankl Responsibility Response Ability Making earth little softer
    50. 50. Habit 2Begin With The End In Mind “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I don’t much care where," said Alice. "Then it doesn’t matter which way you go," said the Cat. Making earth little softer
    51. 51. Mission StatementExampleMy mission is to champion others to growpersonally, professionally, emotionally andspiritually by using my compassion, my uniqueperspective, and my belief in others inherentgoodness, integrity, and enormous potential Making earth little softer
    52. 52. Discussion – End in Mind• What vision do you have for yourself?• What vision do you have for the children you teach?• List 5 actions you have taken that have brought you closer to these visions. Making earth little softer
    53. 53. Habit 3 ... a demonstration What is the lesson? habit 3 put first things first Making earth little softer
    54. 54. Time Management Matrix Urgent Not Urgent •Exam tomorrow Planning, goal setting Not Important Important •Friend gets injured •Paper due in a week •Late for work/class •Exercise •Project due today •Relationships •Relaxation •Unimportant phone •Too much TV calls •Endless phone calls •Interruptions •Excessive computer •Other people’s small games problems •Retail therapy •Peer pressure •Other time wasters Making earth little softer
    55. 55. Time Management Matrix Urgent Not Urgent I The Procrastinator II The VisionaryNot Important Important Stress Vision, perspective Burnout Balance Crisis management Discipline Always putting out fires Control Few crises III The Yes-man IV The Slacker Short-term focus Total irresponsibility Crisis management Fired from jobs Chameleon type Reputation Dependent on others or Goals & plans as worthless institutions for basics Feel victim, out of control Shallow relationships Making earth little softer
    56. 56. Short term & Long term goals• What is the most productive thing that you can be doing with your time right now?What can you do• in the next 10 minutes?• Today? this week? this month? this term?• this year?• in the next 10 years? Making earth little softer
    57. 57. Public Victory – Art of influencing H5. Seek to H4. Win/Win understand before to be understood H6. Synergy Habit 4, 5 and 6 – Public Victory Making earth little softer
    58. 58. Habit 7 – Sharpen the saw Physical PQ Exercise, Nutrition To Live Stress Management IQTo Learn Mental Social/Emotional Reading, Visualizing Service, Empathy Planning, Writing Synergy, Intrinsic Security EQ Spiritual To Love SQ Value Clarification To Leave & Commitment, Study a Legacy & Meditation Making earth little softer
    59. 59. Develop intelligence Mental PhysicalAction planning Competitive sportTime management Working out-GymStrategy games-chess Martial arts- Karate/bridgeReading (non-fiction) Physical tasks/ targetsReviewing Extreme sportsGathering information Archery/shootingClearing clutter Hunting/fishingOrdering/tidying up MountaineeringOrgnising wardrobe/desk Studying body language Making earth little softer
    60. 60. Develop intelligence Spiritual Social/EmotionalReading religious books Artistic: PaintingRelaxation / Meditation PoetryWalk in nature PotteryBeing in or near water Amateur dramaticsSlow hot both Playing/ self expressionProper diet SpontaneityGardening Doing the unfamiliarMassage- Aromatherapy BrainstormingTai Chi/ MeditationQuiet time with family Making earth little softer
    61. 61. 7 habits - overview Dependence Independence Habits 1, 2 and 3 Habits 4, 5 and 6 Interdependent The pathway Habit 7 of the 7habits Making earth little softer
    62. 62. Leader Teachers• We NEED leader teachers, professional educators who will begin this revitalization of our culture and values:We may be the only• Stable adult in their lives.• Hope for them• Who dream of a brighter tomorrow for them… Making earth little softer
    63. 63. The Nature of the Teaching Profession Making earth little softer
    64. 64. Knowledge of Content• A “highly qualified teacher” is defined as: holds at least a bachelor’s degree, full state licensure, subject area competence, has passed rigorous state tests in the subject(s) s/he is teaching Making earth little softer
    65. 65. High levels of possession• It is most important that a teacher has high levels of• Knowledge that s/he is teaching the students• Skills in teaching the subject to the students• Positive dispositions, values, attitudes Making earth little softer
    66. 66. Pedagogical Content Knowledge• A science & art of education aiming the full development of the human being by skills acquisition & enhancement• Knowledge of the organization and presentation of subject matter in a way that makes it understandable to and applicable by others• Teachers are able to “psychologize” the subject matter for students Making earth little softer
    67. 67. Good teachers have• Pedagogical skill to implement teaching strategies…and pedagogical content knowledge• Reflective skills to analyze and act of teacher- generated data• Communication and collaboration skills to build relationships• Management skills to arrange successful learning environments• Technological skills Making earth little softer
    68. 68. Awareness• Beyond knowledge of self…knowledge of why you are teaching• A well developed educational philosophy• Unpacking your deeply held assumptions about: • what is education • the nature of the learner • what subjects are most important • the role of schools in society Making earth little softer
    69. 69. Knowledge about Learn & Grow• Educational psychology studies how students develop physically, socially, and cognitively• Our conceptions of ourselves and of others• Who we think we are, who we think others are, and what we think is the purpose of being here Making earth little softer
    70. 70. Knowledge BaseCulturally responsive teachers:• Believe all students can achieve and succeed• Build a community of learners• Build connections to families and the community• Are continual learners• Vary instructional methods• Know their students• Are introspective and reflective Making earth little softer
    71. 71. Attitudes & Dispositions• Star teachers tend to be nonjudgmental• Are not moralistic• Not easily shocked• Truly listen, recognize their own weaknesses• Don’t see themselves as “saviors”, network• See themselves as “winning”• Enjoy their interactions with kids• See their primary impact as raising kids• Self esteem and helping them be more humane• Derive satisfaction of lots of needs teaching kids…but not power needs Making earth little softer
    72. 72. Teaching as a Profession• Theoretical Framework• Methodology supported by research• Lifelong learners• Social Institutions• Certification and Accreditation Making earth little softer
    73. 73. Effective Tools• Structure and Clarity• Motivation• High Expectations• Questioning Making earth little softer
    74. 74. Styles of Teaching• Styles of Teaching on Ends of a Spectrum• Authoritarian – characterized by:• Teacher-Centered• Traditional Structures• Rules-Based• Transmission of Knowledge• Centrality of Teacher KnowledgeConstructivist, characterized by:• Student-Centered• Democratic, egalitarian ideals• Student experience of learning• Teacher as Learner who Models Making earth little softer
    75. 75. Teaching and Management• Constructivism• We check Behaviorism…Assertive…Discipline• We use of rewards and punishments too much.• Student learning should be motivation in its own right. Making earth little softer
    76. 76. Academic Learning Time• This concept is dynamically intertwined with styles of teaching.• It has to do with curriculum but also how a teacher thinks about using time available.• Allocated Time• Engaged Time• Academic Learning Time Making earth little softer
    77. 77. Important Points• Positive Motivation: create interest, enthusiasm, remove fear and inhibition.• Effective Body Language: Gestures, body movement with verbal skills• Have a bit of sense of Humor• Understanding the Students: prefer dialogue over monologue – listen students’ opinion.• Team Formation: helps in mutual understanding students as well as teacher.• Technical skills: Up-to-date with latest techno- tools for teaching. Making earth little softer
    78. 78. Continuous Improvement Reflection Data Self Collection assessment & analysis Continuous Improvement cycle Action Goal Steps setting Making earth little softer
    79. 79. Discipline• One of the best-kept secrets of the very best teachers is that….• …They have very few discipline problems Making earth little softer
    80. 80. 5T If teacher is… Then…oPassionateoInquisitive TimeoStrategicoConfident TextoFlexibleoEfficient TalkoEnduring TaskoOpen MindedoThoughtful Teach Making earth little softer
    81. 81. SUCCESS Guaranteed• Full Disclosure: Clarify Expectations• Explicitness: Describe the Practice• Demonstrate: Make it Visible• Practice w/ Guidance: Scaffolding• Private Practice: Student Application• Share and Reflect Making earth little softer
    82. 82. Roles of a teacher• Resource Provider• Data Coach• Curriculum Specialist• Instructional Specialist• Mentor• Classroom Supporter• Learning Facilitator• School Leader• Catalyst for Change• Learner Making earth little softer
    83. 83. Coaching’s Big Four Content & Knowledge Classroom Instructional Management Practices Assessment for Learning Making earth little softer
    84. 84. Making earth little softer
    85. 85. Need to knowPresenting Effectively• Know your Subject• Know your Audience• Know the Context in which you’re presenting Making earth little softer
    86. 86. Knowing Subject• Content (Is it enough?)• Content Organization (Is it Clear Enough?)• Content Understanding (How Do You Know THEY know enough?)• The teacher as a human being• Limitation to have through knowledge about the subject though expected to have Making earth little softer
    87. 87. Know the Audience• Does AUDIENCE Matter, Really?• How Can We Know Them?• - Why are they there?• - Why are you there?• Is Audience “Preparation” Possible? Making earth little softer
    88. 88. Know the Context• How Do Different Contexts Shape Your Presentation Goals? Strategies? Approach?• WHERE are you presenting?• WHAT are you presenting?• HOW & With or FOR Whom are you presenting?• Policy context• Education reform agenda Making earth little softer
    89. 89. What Great Teachers DO!• They are accomplished researchers• Their teaching is serious scholarship• They have high expectations• Create “Natural Critical Learning Environments”• They trust their students and are open with them• Employ systematic and varied evaluation Teaching Matters…Students Can Learn Making earth little softer
    90. 90. Principles of InstructionMeaningfulness/Prerequisites (Context)Open Communication (Relationship)Organized, Essential Ideas (Main Points)Learning Aids (Technology)Active Practice (Work with Information)Safe Spaces/Encouraging Places (Comfort)Consistency (Dependability) Making earth little softer
    91. 91. First – Order Principles• Set a good classroom environment• Avoid negative thinking• Wait/Have Patience/Stop• Begin before feeling ready• Surrender commitment to content coverage• Welcome change• Let Others do some of the work Making earth little softer
    92. 92. Concerns• Environmental Concerns• Preparation Concerns• Pacing Concerns• Relational Concerns• Content Concerns Making earth little softer
    93. 93. Teachers’ competencies• Communication• Child development• Psychology of learning• Teaching methods• Curriculum design• Assessment• Subject knowledge• Education management, Etc• How to best organise to develop all competencies? Making earth little softer
    94. 94. Profession• Rethinking the teaching profession’s most complicated aspects:• Balancing between:• Own and others’ understanding of the subject area• Caring for different needs of different children and for the need of creating joint meanings• Supporting development and steering development Making earth little softer
    95. 95. Dilemma• Being influenced in contradictory ways by knowledge about education, upbringing, the nature of being a teacher :• formally gained scientific, explicit knowledge and• informally gained culturally constructed and idiosyncratic implicit knowledge• Solving ill-defined multiple problem spaces immediately, transparently, simultaneously Making earth little softer
    96. 96. Examples• Can a teacher act in counterintuitive ways?• Can a teacher refrain from having emotions?• Can a teacher recognise own bias? Making earth little softer
    97. 97. Diversity and Teacher• Education / continuous professional development include new training topics:• Communication with parents• Multicultural education• Bilingual education• Respecting social diversity in classroom (incl. poverty)• Tolerance,,,… Making earth little softer
    98. 98. Attitude• Demonstrating Caring and Kindness• Sharing Responsibility• Sensitively Accepting Diversity• Fostering Individualized Instruction• Encouraging Creativity Making earth little softer
    99. 99. Motivate the audience• Tell a story• Use natural humor• Unusual statistics• Know their level of knowledge• speak their language• variety in a presentation Making earth little softer
    100. 100. Present yourself• Get yourself excited – eye contact and available yourself before class, at breaks and after class• Establish a long range objectives – see bigger pictures like the overall presentation• Apply contents to life – role play and action plans Making earth little softer
    101. 101. Knowledge• Know their level of knowledge• speak their language• variety in a presentation – change every 8 minutes 90/20/8• Learn from good instructors Making earth little softer
    102. 102. Create lesson plan• Introduction• Explanation• Scenario• Feedback• Demonstration• Summary Making earth little softer
    103. 103. Introduction• General guidelines:• write notes on index card• eye contact• drink water if you are thirsty. Not iced water• vary your voice – pitch, volume, short dramatic pauses, speed of delivery• watch your language! – everyday language, friendly• mannerism – adjust your clothes, scratch your ear or nose, brush back your hair Making earth little softer
    104. 104. Introduction: gain attention• Open with high energy, animation and enthusiasm• don’t apologize• give the audience an overview• be aware of your appearance• be aware of your voice – tone, enunciation, pace and speed, word choice Making earth little softer
    105. 105. Next Steps• Quotation• Challenging questions• Description of incidents• Poems• Word games• Visuals Props• Activities Making earth little softer
    106. 106. Aims• Specific• Measurable• Achievable• Relevant• Time Table Making earth little softer
    107. 107. Transition• Physical movement• Use of media• Change of Media• Mini-Summary• Q&A• Pause Making earth little softer
    108. 108. Overview• Tell them a big pictures Making earth little softer
    109. 109. Delivery Skills• Verbal• pleasant• natural• dynamic• expressive• easily heard Making earth little softer
    110. 110. Delivery Skills• Nonverbal Delivery Skills• posture – confidence, alert• hand gesture• body movement – step forward, a step backward, lateral movement• facial expression• eye contact Making earth little softer
    111. 111. Delivery Skills• Delivery the content:• step by step• clear and concise• tell them why• stress key points• avoid jargon and buzz words• speak at moderate speed Making earth little softer
    112. 112. Summary and Closing• Ask questions• Check parking lot• Summarize any follow up action items required of you• Summarize key points Making earth little softer
    113. 113. Search teaching materials• Various curriculum materials can be easily obtained from different search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Msn, ask.com etc. and..• Studied in details Making earth little softer
    114. 114. Performance Criteria• Focuses instruction on one or more learning goals and academic expectations• Develops instruction that requires students to apply knowledge, skills, and thinking processes• Integrates skills, thinking processes, and content across disciplines• Creates/utilizes learning experiences that challenge,motivate & actively involve the learner• Creates and uses learning experiences that are developmentally appropriate for learners Making earth little softer
    115. 115. Performance Criteria• Develops and incorporates strategies that address physical, social, and cultural diversity and that show sensitivity to others• Arranges the physical classroom to support the types of teaching and learning to occur• Includes creative and appropriate use of technology to improve student learning• Develops and implements appropriate assessment processes Making earth little softer
    116. 116. Performance Criteria• Secures/uses a variety of appropriate school and community resources to support learning• Develops/incorporates learning experiences that encourage students to be adaptable, flexible, resourceful, and creative• Uses knowledge required from past teaching experiences to anticipate instructional challenges Making earth little softer
    117. 117. Communication Skills• Teaching is generally considered –• 50% knowledge and• 50% interpersonal or communication skills.• What consists of this communication skills? Making earth little softer
    118. 118. A Dangerous EducatorBelieves that• This job is not about relationships• This is just a job, and when the school day is over, the work’s all done.• He/she can handle any situation, alone.• “It was good enough for me & be good enough for them.”• All these kids need is “a good whippin’. Making earth little softer
    119. 119. A Dangerous EducatorBelieves that• What he/she does outside of here has no bearing• Anger shouldnt be part of the curriculum• Never makes time to just sit and listen• This kids have no right to be mad• He/she can’t make a difference• Punishment is more effective than discipline 120 Making earth little softer
    120. 120. A Dangerous EducatorBelieves that• You shouldn’t smile until Thanksgiving.• Morality and values should only be taught at home• Sees the act, not the young person behind it.• Strict adherence to the rules is the most important goal of any child’s day.• Forgets he/she is modeling.• Is a “structure monster”. Making earth little softer
    121. 121. In summary…• What do we find in the classrooms of the most effective teachers?• Summary: Procedures are taught and practiced and then practiced some more.An effective teacher…• Has positive expectations for student success• Is an extremely good classroom manager• Knows how to design lessons for student mastery Making earth little softer
    122. 122. In Summary• Now you have the means to:• Analyze your teaching skills and identify areas you want to develop• Fit your teaching role to the level of the student• Ask a variety of questions to help deepen the student’s level of understanding• Incorporate the one-minute preceptor or learning conversations into your teaching repertoire Making earth little softer
    123. 123. 2009 TASEM - What is Effective Classroom Teaching?Jim Knight, University of KansasTodd Whitaker (2004)Annette Breaux and Todd Whitaker (2006)Delivered by: Razwan FarazAdopted from: Book by Stephen R CoveyA powerpoint presentation byMarney sobel & Mary anne lapenna Thank YouKeith Lakes, Behavior ConsultantLisa Smith, Instruction/Behavior ConsultantWhat Is Effective Classroom Teaching?Kevin M. JohnstonMSU TA Programs Making earth little softer

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