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Teacher/ guru Brahma-creates knowledge Vishnu-sustains knowledge Mahesh-destroys weeds of ignorance

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A mediocre teacher tells Good teacher explains Superior teacher demonstrates Great teacher inspires

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How do you see yourself as a teacher ? -In One word

QUALITIES OF A GOOD TEACHER:

QUALITIES OF A GOOD TEACHER Patient Empathetic Encouraging Cheerful Not turbulent Good Sense of humour

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Soft spoken Absence of pride Good command and knowledge of the subject Forgiving Self control Creative

Teacher’s personality effects the children:

Teacher’s personality effects the children Anxious Impulsive Enthusiastic Balanced

Problems of children :

Problems of children General anxiety Headache Stomachache Nausea Frequent urination Irritability Dizziness Increased of decreased appetite Sleep disturbances

2. Depression disorder:

2. Depression disorder Sad Withdrawn Low self esteem Poor concentration Poor grades Lethargic Self defeating thoughts

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Trembling Hesitant Ignoring rules Frequent fights Cruelty to others 3. Phobic disorders Destructive behavior Tantrums Antisocial Argumentative Frequent absents

Science of behavior has taught us that students….:

Science of behavior has taught us that students…. Are NOT born with “bad behaviors” Do NOT learn when presented contingent aversive consequences …….. Do learn better ways of behaving by being taught directly & receiving positive feedback….

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Academic engagement & achievement maximized Respectful & responsible behaviors actively taught & encouraged Displays of prosocial behavior are more likely Rates of rule violating behavior minimized Positive School Climate Why invest in Positive School Climate?

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Established jointly by the teacher and students Reasonable Observable Brief and specific Enforceable Constantly evaluated Clearly stated Positively stated Few in number Enforced Helping Teachers to Manage Classrooms

What interventions would the teacher have to put in place?:

What interventions would the teacher have to put in place? Positive Interventions include- Proximity , Hand Signals , I-Messages , Personal Attention , Appreciation , and Affirmation . For Chronic and Long-Term Strategies- Identify positive ways of getting attention . Focus on interest of student and building self-concept and self-validation skills.

Effective teacher-student relationships:

Effective teacher-student relationships <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> High Dominance High Submission Clarity of purpose, Lack of clarity, strong guidance purpose, or direction <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> High Cooperation High Opposition Concern for needs Active antagonism, of others, team member thwart others’ goals

The role of a teacher . . .:

is not to grade a student. Is not to control the student. The main role of the teacher is to help every student reach the highest possible level of achievement. The role of a teacher . . .

Identify Student’s Behavior:

Identify Student’s Behavior Usually kids misbehave because they want something The first step of Cooperative Discipline is to find out exactly what the student wants Usually the student have one of four goals: Attention Power Revenge Avoidance of Failure

Deal With the Misbehavior Immediately:

Deal With the Misbehavior Immediately

Attention: :

Attention: Give "the eye" so the student knows you mean business. Stand close to the student and continue your lesson. Distract the student by asking a direct question or using the student’s name while continuing your lesson. Give specific praise to a nearby student who’s on task.

Power: :

Power: Avoid direct confrontation by agreeing with the student or changing the subject. Change the activity, do something unexpected, or initiate another class discussion on a topic of interest. Use time-out by giving a choice: "You may sit quietly, keep your hands and feet to yourself, and complete the assignment, or you may go out You decide."

Revenge::

Revenge: Revoke a privilege, such as not allowing the student to use play equipment. Build a caring relationship by using affirmation statements that give the message: "You’re okay, but your choice of behavior is not." Require the return, repair, or replacement of damaged objects. Involve school personnel or parents if necessary.

Avoidance of Failure::

Avoidance of Failure: Acknowledge the difficulty of the assigned task, but remind the student of past successes he had doing similar tasks. Modify instruction, and materials. Teach the student to say "I can" instead of "I can’t" by recognizing achievements. Provide peer tutors or ask the student to help someone else, perhaps a younger student, to help build self-confidence.

Provide some encouragement :

Provide some encouragement Encouragement techniques are neither time-consuming nor difficult to learn. Commit to using them daily and your students will feel like valuable members of the classroom. :

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Contribute: Students need to contribute to the welfare of the class so they feel like they make a difference. How? Involve them in maintaining the learning environment by holding class meetings. Ask for suggestions when decisions need to be made. Use cooperative learning groups frequently. Encourage peer tutoring.

Some suggestions :

Some suggestions Speak/ use positive words Do not pass sarcasm to any student in front of others Respect each student’s identity Do not use foul language Reinforcement Role playing

Contd.:

Contd. If needed comment on negative particular behavior, if possible ask reasons and clarify with the parents Be a role model Acknowledge any positive effort Keep record of each child Special care for students Impairment Handicaps Stammering

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Maslow’s Model Of Growth

How can a counsellor help:

How can a counsellor help To work out a plan for solving difficulties To give information on matters important to success To inspire and motivate towards attainment To encourage and develop special activities and right attitudes

Teacher and counsellor can work together:

Teacher and counsellor can work together To eliminate undesirable pupil behavior Interpersonal tensions Promote discipline To increase efficient learning practices To help in efficient functioning of the school

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“If you smile at that student, you may be the only person who smiled at them all day, perhaps all week! Treat them as good as you’d like to be treated. Put them first . . .”

GOD MADE TEACHERS :

GOD MADE TEACHERS God understood our thirst for knowledge, and our need to be led by someone wiser; He needed a heart of compassion, of encouragement, and patience; Someone who would accept the challenge regardless of the opposition; Someone who could see potential and believe in the best in others . . . So He made Teachers

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A teacher effects eternity, he/she can never tell where his/her influence stops. -Henry Brooks Adams

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