Effective Teaching for Different Groups (Gifted and Talented Students…
Effective Teaching for Different Groups
Establising relationships with students by implementing Tataiako Competencies
Wananga, communication problem solving innovation
Ako, practice in the classroom and beyond
Manaakitanga, values- integrity, trust, sincerity, equity
Tangata Whenuatanga, place based, social cultural awareness and knowledge
Whanaungatanga, relationships (students. school wide, community) with high expectations.
Gifted and Talented Students
Belief in students, knowledge, passion, out of class support, respect students as adults, connect learning to real world concepts, participants in the learning
Same as catalysts apart from support available to the teacher. Often the only school support students received
Low expectations, not punctual, lacking in subject knowledge
Gagne (2009) describes an aspect of chance in which teachers students get, leading to their scholarship opportunities/experiences.
Creating effective relationships with all students, to ensure that all students feel comfortable in the classroom.
Effective relationships with the teacher and students involves getting to know the students on a more personal level.
A more personal relationship opens up the opportunity for students to talk about their home life and school life which allows the teacher to be able to understand and help their learning progress
There fore the teachers can make connections with the students and their beliefs, interests, culture to create a more effective learning environment for the student
ESOL learners more likely to adapt to class sitautions and have motivation to learn
Kiwi kids take education for granted
Teachers try to get students to break down words to understand them.. foreign students will be able to do it much better
Relationships b/w how to use techniques as diverse as role play and extra curricular visits to elicit then build on students cultural or experiential content knowledge