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Standard one of the Aboriginal Cultural Standards Framework is Relationships. Positive student-teacher relationships play a crucial role in building a
The important relationship building teachers must conduct with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students is another key issue teachers must keep in mind for working successfully with Indigenous students. Price (2012) argues that teachers hold a special place in the Indigenous community, especially with parents and caregivers. She states that by “mastering the craft” of teaching, you will be rewarded both personally and professionally over the years of your career (Price, 2012). Over the last 30 years, a number of prepositions have been put forward that will assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to become emotionally healthy, so they can live out their entitlement to becoming a dignified citizen of Australia and the world (Price, 2012).
“Get knowledge of the spine, for this is the requisite for many diseases.” –Hippocrates, 460-377 BC. If a Greek physician could make this statement over 2300 years ago, why is it such an under-exposed theory today? As stated in Chiropractic First, written by Dr. Rondberg, a chiropractor of 35 years and founder of the “Chiropractic Journal,” Hippocrates “believed that only nature could heal and it was the physician’s duty to remove any obstruction that would prevent the body from healing” (8-9). These “physicians” are called chiropractors today, and their goal is to remove subluxations, the displacement of two or more spinal disks that causes
Building a relationship takes time and effort, as humans do not immediately accept strangers in their lives and don 't usually trust others unless that trust is earned. For a teacher, earning the trust of a student can be a very complicated process, based on different experiences and different views on various topics. There are three main factors that set the basis for the classroom relationships: the way in which we interact, the content of the interactions and the environment
articles. Again, the search was very limited. Realizing the need to narrow the search, I then used the CINAHL Subject Headings as a component for my search. Subject Heading Search Keeping note that the keyword retrieval left me with 3,087 articles, I then used CINAHL Headings for my search. The CINAHL Heading search allows the search of literature with certain terms desired in the references. By typing “hand washing” under the CINAHL Heading and browsed, I was given terms that were related to hand washing. The terms were ranked based on the relevancy of importance related to the subject. Handwashing was the first term found and by clicking on its link, I was taken to a term detailed screen. Listed was handwashing under the “Tree View” terms, which are hierarchy groupings of subject headings. The subheadings were also found here. I chose handwashing and infection control. By clicking on the subheadings and the “Explode” link, I then gained access to articles that contained terms about handwashing or infection control. The “Explode” link is thought of as an operators of “OR”. It is used to find articles containing the keyword or other words as chosen. Once I exploded handwashing with infection control, I found myself with 1,626 articles
Improving academic outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is mired in inherited troubles as well as contemporary ones. As a result of poor policies and pedagogy, generations fear and lack confidence in the education system (Harrison and Sellwood, 2013). It is therefore imperative that teachers have a range of resources and strategies for adapting the curriculum to the needs of Aborignal and Torres Strait Islanders. This should include fostering pride in identity, making connections to community and land, and respecting language variation and culture. In doing so, teachers meet expectaions for Australian professional teaching standards and the community.
Commitment to building caring classroom communities – By creating a caring, nurturing and respectful relationship with students in the classroom, students are less likely to misbehave for fear of endangering the relationship. As a teacher that can provide a stable environment for respectful and meaningful learning, I can create a culturally responsive classroom. I can begin the year by getting to know students before class, during passing time and after class to promote connectedness. I can get to know students before behavioral problems occur so that I can prevent or intervene appropriately. This type of student-teacher relationship fosters an optimal learning environment.
Educators can become role models to these students along with some of the middle level learners’ peers (Lounsbury, 2009). Teachers can promote positive relationships with their students through respectful interactions both in how they interact with their students and by showing a positive interest in them (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). By doing so, the students have been shown to perform better academically as well as socially (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). Teachers should get to know their students (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). They should build upon what they know about their students in order to establish positive teacher-student relationships (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). By building upon what they know and through these relationships that they have built, teachers can become more effective both with regards to their classroom management as well as knowing which teaching methods are needed to best help their students (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). Relationship-based teaching does not mean that the teacher treats all of his/her students the same, but rather that each of the students is addressed/approached with a method or strategy that best fits them (Beaty-O’Ferrall & Hanna, 2010). Teachers show respect to their students within this relationship-based teaching method by showing empathy, acknowledging students’ skills and abilities, maintaining control over
preparing teachers with the skills and knowledge required to develop supportive and meaningful relationships with Indigenous students;
People who like to ambush, they already have their mind of own that is set not to bend. No matter how hard we try to show them things can be different then the way they see it or thought about, they will not change. That is the problem with ambush listeners. Ambush listeners think for an answer how they should go against while listening the person is talking. It could be, family, friends, and co-workers. The best answer in this situation is to keep our ideology’s or believes out of the friendship once we know someone is an ambush listener. Otherwise, it will turn into like a winning and losing game which leads to power struggle. Eventually, the relationships or friendship will end up in danger or broken apart. It’s really waste breath, time,
Everyone have clichés and stereotypes about the other who's not exactly like him. Everyone feed the scare about the difference. Cometimes it cause racism and lake of contact between different people but sometimes we use stereotypes to understand the world and the place we live in or more exactly to classify people we live with. We need clichés to dismantle them. I am gonna do this exercise with one of the most popular clichés on our society:"black color skin people are lazy and they are all the time waiting for white people's help". In the first place I will explain why I chose this cliché and in the second time how to fight it.
Thank you for your post Ibironke. I am so happy this is part of IOM strategies on how to reduce this incident leading to patient's death at times. I was researching to know if since the introduction of the "never invent" there is reduction in the occurrence of those errors that denied the hospitals of their reimbursement?
Student teacher relationship is imperative to student learning. “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn” is a quote by Benjamin Franklin, that explains how vital student-teacher rapport is to critical learning (Staff, A. H., 2016). It is central that students feel comfortable in the classroom, and there is mutual respect between the teacher and students. For my fieldwork, I observed student-teacher relationship in two schools. One school, Alden Place Elementary School holds grades 3rd- 6th, and the other, Millbrook High School holds grades 9th-12th. They are both very different in the sense that one includes high-school students, and the other includes elementary students.
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