Reflection Of My Field Experience In My Classroom

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My classroom is a colorful, warm, welcoming environment. It is well put together for the preschool children and it includes diversity. The teacher does a wonderful job including all of the components of the classroom managment puzzle. The teacher engages instruction in multiple ways. For instance, he has a jar with full of sticks and on each stick is a student 's name. He uses this specifically for the four daily tasks of the day and for other aspects necessary. The daily tasks are line leader, teacher helper, weather helper, and announcer of the day. By doing this he engages all of the children in the class to participate and they all get a turn to do so. Another way he engages instruction well is by putting the children into groups and making …show more content…
For instance, the teacher is consistent about testing the students every monday to make sure they are learning, putting them in specific patterns when they line up or are in the lunchroom, and switching around there jobs so everyone gets a turn. Developmental Appropriateness teaches the children to their appropriate age level as well as fulfills their individual needs. My field experience classroom definitely does these two things. There is the main teacher as well as his two assistants to maintain the children supervised at all times and make sure every child gets the help they need. They are also taught the information they need to know for there age level and they are taught in a way that makes sense to them. For example, they are given clear well fit instructions for projects they are able to do. One of them is learning how to write their name which is an easy task for them to follow and they are also split into groups to make sure they all are learning how to write there name. They are also disciplined correctly but strictly when misbehaved and the children who need more help are watched …show more content…
I will never ignoring bullying and always take quick action. The theory of judicious discipline also places a balance between rights/responsibilities. I love the fact that their is a balance because it establishes fairness and that way everyone gets treated equal. Finally, I found that this theory dealt with discipline in a calm, civil manner. The way it creates discipline is by avoiding making the situation worse. It says to avoid sounding like you are lecturing the students. For example, “ I told you not to do that, you should be ashamed “ would be considered lecturing. I don’t want my students to feel guilty or threatened since I want them to actually listen to me that 's why I don’t want to lecture them when it comes to discipline. I also don’t want the students to feel judged by me because that breaks trust, and I feel its very important especially if you want students to cooperate with you. What I will do instead is not letting the students think it 's okay, but understanding where they are coming from and why they did what they did. After I understand I want to help them come up with a solution. Words like “ what happened “,

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