Reflective log on workshop I’m shaista student of final year BS nursing 4th year 8th semester .On 5th April Wednesday 2016. I attended workshop in People University Medical and Health Sciences for Women Nawabshah (SBA). Work shop on the psychology. Workshop is an easy way of learning because in short time period we learn more than the class. In class we learn long time lecture in weekly or monthly. In workshop we gate knowledge more than class. Workshop is very important for student and teachers in workshop we gate new knowledge and new skills about new recommendation.
Teaching workshops, student learning full enjoy the benefits of small group teaching. Small groups, as opposed to large classes, are more easily student-learn. Small groups …show more content…
Teachers encourage the students to learning. Student active participate to a successful workshop, students must also feel enjoyed that they have learned something. Ask students to summarize question what they have learned during the workshop and if they found the method helpful. Workshop is a very powerful technique method of learning. In workshop use group work as an opportunity to get to know students. in workshop explain the objectives of the group and define any relevant concepts. And some guidance about the workshop participation of members. Many students have never attend the workshop and learning groups so very need of skills and practice a workshop involves a range of different responsibilities. We often think about first is how to get knowledge and skills across we call teaching. Sometimes top down ‘teacher like’ methods can be effective, and you might use them as a facilitator. For example, if a group of people had no knowledge on a topic you might start with presentation or demonstration before letting them apply what they learnt. Knowledge does not have to come from the facilitar your job who build your own knowledge workshop is something which is new draw on their life experiences. workshop b Encouraging
Generally group learning is cost effective for employers, employees/learners and providers. Enabling continued and multi use of materials, resources and facilities. Group learning also ensures a consistent, common message and programme.
Small groups require active teaching with much teacher guidance or involvement. Small groups can teach the context better than a larger group, allowing for no child to be struggling and left behind. Reading, math and science can benefit from small group interaction. Each student has a chance to be heard, voice his opinion or conclusion, get a response from the teacher and the other group participants, and close the gap for error. The key for successful learning is when the teacher involves himself and gets excited about what the children are to be taught. This is also true in group study as
Ownership: Students love to be involved in things that physically include them. Allowing students to have a say in what happens in the classroom will make them feel as if the classroom is theirs. That is the kind of feeling I want my students to have, because it is their classroom. I am just there to help guide them. To give the students ownership and responsibility I could let them help make routines and procedure and choose the topics that they want to write about and how long of an assignment their writing should be. Students connect better to things that they are familiar with, so I am sure that can only make writing workshops fun for the students. After a while when students begin to feel more comfortable with each other I would let a few students become peer teachers. Some kids learn better from peers than adults.
When teachers have the opportunity to work with students in smaller groups they can provide extended intensive lessons in addition to whole group instruction. The study showed that when children receive information in whole group instruction and then the information is reinforced in small group instruction they build a stronger vocabulary, and they are able to retell more facts. Overall, this study creates awareness of the benefits of small group instruction.
In Case Study 5.1, Mrs. James not only effectively started her class with sharing her own experiences and building relationship with her students but also emphasized the importance of group work, which is in helping and learning from each other. She illustrated the following strategies and routines that supported cooperative learning: room arrangement, talk and movement procedures and individual accountability by building students’ social, explanation and sharing skills.
Reflective Practice Piece Description: As a nutritionist there are certain standards of ethics, conduct and performance we have to follow in order to deliver the best service to a client. These standards are more of guidance to how you should behave as a nutritionist. These standards will help you as a registered nutritionists or associate nutritionist. Feelings: No matter what type of employment you go into as a nutritionist the same guidelines apply.
A strategic alliance is partnership between two or more firms that combine financial, managerial, and technological resources and their distinctive competitive advantages to pursue mutual goals (Deresky, 2014). A strategic alliance can have a great impact on two organizations that they may not be able to achieve on their own. Catholic Charities, USA is the largest, private human services network in the United States, serving people of all religious, ethnic, social and economic backgrounds and Catholic Charities of Louisville, Inc. is the largest, private human services agency operated by the Archdiocese of Louisville. The Archdiocese of Louisville itself also comprises of twenty-four counties in Central Kentucky and serves a population of
With the heterogeneous groups the level of discussion and cooperative work is increased, providing benefits for every student partaking. According to Paul Burden and David Byrd (2012), “Having students work in groups generally has a positive effect on their achievement when compared to their work as individuals.” Small-group work and discussions allows for students to improve their communication skill, cooperation skills, and gain new insight and understanding from their peers in a way that could not be achieved working alone.
This strategy was effective because by having a teacher at each group, it minimized the misconceptions that some students could have had throughout the lesson. It also helped by having all student’s questions answered. Some students do not like having to ask questions in a whole group classroom environment, so by having a teacher at each group it helped all the students with feeling comfortable by asking questions in a small group environment. In addition, by having a teacher at each group, it helped behavior management due to a teacher constantly being involved in one group, and making sure the
In both small and larger groups to function effectively in a course context, each student must attend to both the process and climate by which they accomplish their tasks. When working in a small groups I give more efficient ideas than working in a larger groups, this is because I find it easier to work with fewer people. Having a healthy climate and effective communication skills when working in a group situation is critical. I work very will in-group situations, and have gained many skills in social interactions.
This article discusses the most effective ways that we can follow to organize large classes in order to implement and carry out collaborative learning effectively, and allow both teachers and students to shift smoothly from whole-class discussions to individual and group work. Gena Rhoades begins her article by indicating the problem that many teachers confront in their classes and making them pulling out and neglecting using group work. According to the researcher the only reason behind this problem is the feeling that most teachers have of being unable to control their classes.
Larger classroom size have a great impact on students learning capabilities. Small class size would help students that does not learn as fast as others. Having one teacher to approximately 15 students is a reasonable size class. The class session can be reduced to 30 minutes to allow small group learning and more hands on activities. Utilizing hands on activities will help students understand and learn the material
With knowledge gained from previous experience, I knew that the students I would be teaching were comfortable with a variety of learning methods, but work more effectively when a practical or group task is set. I shall therefore tailor my resources to promote this type of learning within my teaching group.