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Teacher Skill 02: Differentiation by employing great beliefs and attitudes. Teacher Skill 01: Differentiation by employing great beliefs and attitudes. OBJECTIVES Consideration of: How the teacher’s beliefs and attitudes impact on teaching outcome The classroom climate
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Teacher Skill 02: Differentiation by employing great beliefs and attitudes
Teacher Skill 01: Differentiation by employing great beliefs and attitudes OBJECTIVES Consideration of: • How the teacher’s beliefs and attitudes impact on teaching outcome • The classroom climate • Pygmalion in the classroom • The importance of congruency • Sub-conscious learning • Positive suggestion • Feedback cycles – interrupting and changing them • Awareness of a student’s RAS • Coercive authority V stimulating inner motivation • You are a model – wear it well! • The influence on health
1. How the teacher’s beliefs and attitudes impact on teaching outcome The success or otherwise of a lesson is determined before a teacher enters the classroom. By far the biggest determining factor comes from the beliefs and attitudes the teacher holds. This has to be the main focus of concern and thoughtful preparation for any teacher that desires to be successful and to continually improve.
2. The classroom climate Research has shown (Rosenthal and Jacobsen, 1968) that the single greatest influence on learners is the classroom climate.
3. Pygmalion in the classroom A teacher is like a magician
4. The importance of congruency Congruency is about there being consistency and agreement in the messages we deliver as teachers. And we need to be aware that most of these messages will be both transmitted by us and received by the students at a subconscious level.
5. Sub-conscious learning(and the placebo effect) Accepting that there is a vast amount more subconscious learning taking place than conscious learning what can we try to consciously do to impact on this?
6. Positive suggestion(and authority) Research by Lozanov made clear that suggestion in many forms is always operating. Suggestion is operating at both the conscious and subconscious level.
7. Feedback cycles – interrupting and changing them Behaviour I’m …….. Feedback
9. Coercive authority V stimulating inner motivation Teachers today don't have the luxury of gaining immediate respect by virtue of donning a uniform. Your credibility will rather be determined by your ability to “win over" your learners' respect.
10. You are a model – wear it well! Model a positive attitude and your enjoyment of learning.
11. The influence on health Negative comments may pose a health risk to students is stunning new evidence that speaks to the importance of positive teacher attitude.
Plenary What action will you now take based on what you have learnt from Teacher Skill 2?