I've honored myself and the entire family of man by becoming a teacher. For this reason, it is essential that all teachers, elementary, secondary, undergraduate, graduate, face-to-face, or online, be aware of the intrinsic power of their role and are self-reflective about their practices.
In doing so we place emphasis on celebrating difference and diversity and see this as a core component in our approach to teaching and learning in the faculty. Programs and Support Curriculum Support We understand that any classroom has a range of abilities and within this range there are students who require differentiated curriculum.
The Curriculum Support team provides support for teachers to assist them to adequately support students with special needs in the classroom.
This process carefully considers the voice of the student in the learning cycle and encourages creative curriculum design to support the diverse needs of the student population. In this way the school ensures an effective transition is undertaken with students with specific learning needs.
The Learning Enrichment team prepares submissions for funding to support the inclusion of student with disabilities in the regular classroom. It is also their duty that the submissions are effectively prepared and monitored.
In the differentiated curriculum the team provides encouragement and assistance to staff in designing programs of enrichment and acceleration for those students identified as gifted. This is not an ESL program, as the college expects overseas students to have reached a basic level of English.
The students spend one hour each week with a specialist teacher on a one-to-one basis and these lessons are built into their school timetable. The purpose of these classes is to help students improve their written and oral skills, understand set texts and interpret class assignments and assessment tasks.
Also, they receive guidance in prioritising their workload and managing their time more effectively. Specialist Staff Learning Enrichment staff are strategically placed to assist each Year level.
A variety of additional specialist services, such as occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists and access to literacy and numeracy centres, may also be accessed through the Centre.
In addition, we maintain valuable links with the Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind, and with a number of university faculties.
Referral Students may be referred to the Centre by their parents or teachers, or where school-based or independent testing indicates a need for targeted support. It offers mainstream integration opportunities with an emphasis on pastoral care in Mentor groups.
The Senior Transition Program, the final stage of the program, is of central importance for students in Years 11 and The Transition aims to include work experience, travel skills, independent living skills and the use of appropriate social skills which lead to optimal post school options.
Careers The Careers program provides numerous resources to encourage and assist students with planning for their career. Anchoring the program in the community, the Careers Counsellor informs and liaises with parents, employers and other clients, including using community-based contacts, locations and activities as partners to ensure that information is always up to date and students are provided with information relevant to their needs.
The Riverview Careers Expo each May is a major event where over 90 exhibitors from universities, private colleges, the services, employment providers and gap organisations, visit the college to provide information related to opportunities for students following their HSC.Aug 17, · Implications on the learning process.
Building on pre-taught ideas to grasp the full formal concept is of paramount importance according to Bruner. Feel free to re-introduce vocabulary, grammar points, and other topics now and then in order to push the students to a deeper comprehension and longer retention. Philosophy of. CURRICULUM GUIDE: TEACHING & FACILITATING LEARNING - LEVEL I THE FIRST DAY Essential Content Discussion Topics and Key Points Instructor’s demeanor • Teacher’s behavior sets the tone for the course.
• Allow for self and student introductions. • Allow for student stories and individual attention. • Smile. Importance Of Philosophy In The Teaching And Learning Process. ABSTRACT This paper examines school plant and its importance to teaching and learning in the school system.
It begins with a brief overview of school plant and relates it to educational planning. It then examines school plant as a concept and explains the teaching learning process.
The role of the teacher in an integrated teaching and learning environment is to assist students with making connections and therefore finding meaning through an educational process. Making this process a reality, means that education should be student centered.
Philosophy of Online Teaching Diana Dell, Ed.S. "There's no word in the language I revere more than 'teacher.' My heart sings when a kid refers to me as his teacher, and it always has.
Studying Experiential Learning. Several authors (e.g., Kraft, ; Richards, ) have pointed out that experiential learning dates back beyond recorded history and remains pervasive in current society, whether formalized by educational institutions or occurring informally in day-to-day life.