In The Name of Allah Most Gracious Most Merciful. Read in the Name of your Lord Who has created all that exists, Read, and your Lord is the Most Generous Who has taught the writing by the pen, HE has taught man that, which he knew not, Surely unto your Lord is the return .
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In The Name of Allah
Most Gracious Most Merciful
Read in the Name of your Lord Who has created all that exists,
Read, and your Lord is the Most Generous
Who has taught the writing by the pen,
HE has taught man that, which he knew not,
Surely unto your Lord is the return.
Surat Al-`Alaq The Clot XCVI
Presentation on Teaching- Teachers – &Teacher Training
Teaching began as early as
The Stone Age
Teachers are some of the most important people in our society, as they pave the way for our youth to create a better future.
What Skills Are Needed
Become a Teacher?
What is TeachingThe opportunity to mold young mindsand teach them skills that they can use throughout their lives, It holds a reward like no other career.
Ask any child who their favorite teacher was
and most can name the teachers who have made a difference in their lives for ever.
As students gain access to increasing sources of information in the digital world they inhabit, teachers will be forced to keep pace
What 21st Century Educators Need
To Survive******TEACHING SKILLS
*Knowledge* Practical Skills * Communication Skills
Eight Habits of Highly Effective 21st Century Teachers
is the evolutionary process whereby a population becomes better suited to its habitat. This process takes place over many generations, and is one of the basic phenomena of biology.
Imagination is a crucial component
of the educator of today and tomorrow.
Educators must look across the disciplines and through the curricula;
they must see the potential in the emerging tools and web technologies, grasp these and manipulate them to serve their needs.
As educators we must be able to leverage these collaborative tools to enhance and captivate our learners.
Educators too, must be collaborators:
Twitter MSN RSS MySpace Blogger
Whether a champion of the process of ICT integration,
or a quiet technology coach, the 21st century educator is A Leader.
Like clear goals and objectives, Leadership is crucial to the
success or failure of any project.
There is an expectation that teachers will teach values, so we must model the behaviors that we expect from our students.
Teachers are often the most consistent part of students' life, seeing them more often, for longer and more reliably than even students' parents.
The 21st century educator also models tolerance, global awareness, and reflective practice, whether it is the quiet, personal inspection of their teaching and learning, or through blogs, Twitter and other media, effective educators look both inwards and outwards.
Educators expect their students to be life-long learners.
Teachers must continue to absorb experiences and knowledge, as well. They must endeavour to stay current.
I wonder: "How many people are still using their lesson and unit plans from five years ago?"
To be a teacher, you must learn and adapt as the horizons and landscapes change.
There is so much to learn. How can you as an educator know all these things?
You must take risks and sometimes surrender yourself to the students' knowledge.
Have a vision of what you want and what the technology can achieve,
identify the goals and facilitate the learning,
use the strengths of the digital natives to understand and navigate new products, have them teach each other,
trust your students.
To have anywhere, anytime learning, the teacher must be anywhere and anytime.
The 21st century teacher is fluent in tools and technologies that enable communication and collaboration. They go beyond learning just how to communicate and collaborate; they also know how to:
manage communication and collaboration.
Passion to Teach
PatienceProblem SolverSupportiveAble to Interact With all Ages
The new learner is transforming himself from a passive actor into an active one,
is becoming a conscious leader of his personal lifelong learning path.
Deep access to information, tools and experts in ways not possible before.
The ability to network and team up with other learners who have the same interests, independently of their age, location or experience
The emergence of theprofessional independent(teacher) mentor / guide.
This is The Change that is happening
Holistic Approach of Child Development
Development is holistic; it consists of inter-dependent dimensions.This means that the child’s development cannot be compartmentalized into health, nutrition, education, social, emotional and spiritual variables. All are interwoven in a child’s life and are developing simultaneously.
Progress in one area affects progress in others. Similarly, when something goes wrong in any one of those areas, it has an impact on all the other areas.
Because we need to engage the whole person.Because we need to engage whole persons in community.Because there are many ways of learning and knowing.Because however specialized our knowledge may be we need to see it in a whole context.
*the human search for connectedness
*affirming spirituality as being the core of life and hence central to education
*From “either/or” thinking to “both/and” thinking
Transformation (versus transmission
5th discipline approach – learning organization
Knowing how to listen
Openness to dialogue
Caring for the students.
According to Peter Senge (1990: 3) learning organizations are:
“…organizations where people continually expand their capacity to create the
results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are
nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and where people are
continually learning to see the whole together.”
Team learning – such learning is viewed as ‘the process of aligning and
developing the capacities of a team to create the results its members truly desire’ (Senge 1990:236
It builds on personal mastery and shared
vision- but these are not enough. People need to be able to act together.
Effective Teacher Training is Two Pronged
Personal Proficiency Development
Learning Teaching Methods & Strategies
Building a Collaborative Learning Environment
Professional Respect & Approach
Primary School Curriculum
Social Environment –Arts- Physical Education
Nationalism Dedication and Service to Humanity
Teachers Make or Mar A Nation
And Above All- INSPIRE
PLANNING & PREPARATION
is The Key to Success
The 7th Moment of Change
The 7th Moment
Change and Innovation
SCHOOL MORNING ASSEMBLY
Collective learning takes place
The only time when everyone
Teachers and students are present
The Best learning Time of the Day
A sense of Unity, Discipline, Sharing
The whole day has pleasant effects
In The Name of Allah
O, Almighty Allah!
The MercifulThe Forgiver
Thank you for another day.
Thank you for the gift of sight
With which I saw the beauty around
Thank you for the power to write
The feeling that in my heart, I found;
Thank you for the time, in which I completed
My work and tasks
For which I was duty bound,
Thank you for all your help,
Please guide me always so that I can see
The goodness surround. Amen
Names and Qualities of Allah Almighty
Confidence in Speaking
A Habit of Gratitude
To Open Doors to New Ways of LearningLiterary Poetic Journalistic Fictional Cinematic Documentary FactualWriting and Representation
ABreak From The Past
All Educators to Come Forward to Make The Change Happen