By Beverly H. Johns, Mary Z. McGrath, Sarup R. Mathur, Frank Wood
Those that input the specified schooling career will be famous as confident participants to society. This booklet celebrates the numerous abilities of specific educators and the way these skills are applied all through all aspects of lifestyles. It offers a superb view of the confident inclinations of specific educators and will even be used by employers trying to hire designated educators who own those inclinations. .
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She learned also to recognize the early warning signs of her students’ frustration. She found that by being able to recognize her students’ warning signs that she could prevent many behavior problems. Students respected Sheila because she was fair to them and she always listened to what they were saying to her. One of her students later went to college and wrote to Sheila, saying: “Thank you for always caring and listening to what I had to say. You understood me when no one else did. ” Now Sheila is trying to care for her mother.
He has learned to never take good behavior for granted—to always reinforce each step that the student takes on his or her road to success. Mr. Grey’s philosophy is to teach the students the appropriate academic and behavioral skills so they don’t fail. If a student makes an error in judgment or in academics, Mr. Grey provides constructive criticism and uses any negative event as an opportunity to teach the child a better way. Mr. Grey continually assesses his own role whenever a problem behavior occurs.
Mr. Grey continually assesses his own role whenever a problem behavior occurs. He asks himself whether he accented positive behavior enough, whether he taught the student the appropriate skill, and what he can do differently in the future. Mr. Grey learned early in his training about the importance of positive reinforcement. When he was in college, he was fortunate that his professors taught him that it was important to recognize the positive behavior that students exhibited. He also learned that it was important for him to provide multiple opportunities for the students to respond, and when they responded correctly, to reinforce them.