Essay about My Collaborative Colleague 's Learning Style

1433 Words Jun 5th, 2016 null Page
In education, many teachers face behavioral issues with students in the classroom. One of the main issues that educators face in the classroom is students not making an effort to learn. Many of these issues can be demolished if the teacher starts recognizing the different learning style that each student possesses. For example, if the need of students is not met in the classroom, they tend to get bored, act inappropriately, and start giving behavior problems to the teacher. Similar scenarios happen with teachers when their needs are not being met, they get frustrated and do not perform at their be best in the classroom; therefore, as educators, we must acknowledge that not just students have issues, but novice and veteran teachers also face similar issues related to different learning styles, beliefs and values. The art of coaching is not only meeting the teacher’s informational needs, but help them see how to meet the needs of more students in their classrooms (Laureate Education, 2010m). In this essay, I will be emphasizing my Collaborative Colleague’s learning style, beliefs, values, and expectations from the coaching experience as well as the elements of instructional and collegial coaching models that will be implemented during the pre-conference, observation, and post conference.
The assessment of my Collaborative Colleague’s learning style, beliefs, values, and expectations from the coaching experience was very beneficial because the information was gathered to draw a…

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