Theories of Teaching | Report

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Running head: THEORIES OF TEACHING
Theories of Teaching
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1THEORIES OF TEACHING
Executive Summary
The purpose of this report is to investigate into four problematic scenarios and the programs that
can help in resolving such problems. It will further talk about the theory behind each practice and
how each theory is intrinsically related to the programs. It focuses on the emotional needs of
children and states clearly how effective help from teachers can resolve the problem. It clearly
illustrates how game cards, crafts activity, bloom matrix and friends for life program will prove
to be beneficial for the emotional needs of children and satisfying their psychological urges.
2THEORIES OF TEACHING
Table of Contents
Topic: Relationship with self...........................................................................................................3
Resource:.....................................................................................................................................3
Rationale......................................................................................................................................3
References:......................................................................................................................................5
Topic: Relationship with others.......................................................................................................6
Resource:.....................................................................................................................................6
Rationale:.....................................................................................................................................7
References:......................................................................................................................................8
Topic: Relationship with the curriculum.........................................................................................9
Resource:.....................................................................................................................................9
Rationale:...................................................................................................................................10
References:....................................................................................................................................11
Topic: An enabling learning environment.....................................................................................12
Resource:...................................................................................................................................12
Rationale:...................................................................................................................................13
References:....................................................................................................................................14
3THEORIES OF TEACHING
Scenario 1 from Week 3
Topic: Relationship with self
Resource:
Reading disability is a major problem in the present age. It can arise on account of lower
concentration or any kind of mental disability that does not allow the child to read properly.
(Gilger, 2017). Gerard reads at a slower pace and cannot pronounce the words correctly. He
wants to avoid the scenario and in return wants to do other work or want to escape into the toilet.
(Beck & Haigh, 2014). A chore chart can be prepared for the student that will include making
her own bed, dressing up on their own, brushing teeth and after eating she will take her own
breakfast plate to sink. Such an activity would keep him engaged and realize his own worth. He
would feel himself to be important and an essential part of the social order. Once he will grow
more confident he would gain his self-esteem and he would try to do every chore perfectly. On
completing the chores, he should be awarded with some kind of reward that will him emerge as a
more confident individual. Once the child would start doing things on his own his self-esteem
will be preserved and it would have an overall good impact on his other actions.
Rationale
This resource makes use of the behavior theory. It focuses on the behavior of an
individual and how the ideal traits of behavior can be taught to the child by bringing about
changes in his activity. (Nisbett, 2017). Self efficacy is taught through this method and it
emboldens one with the courage that they would be able to perform a task. The success of an
individual in a particular task will provide him with a lot of confidence and this will be reflected

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