Table of Contents
- 1 What is implications for teaching and learning?
- 2 What are the salient characteristics of preschoolers?
- 3 What is implication in teaching?
- 4 What are the implications of individual differences for the teaching and learning process?
- 5 What are the salient characteristics of high school students?
- 6 What are characteristics of a child?
What is implications for teaching and learning?
When questioning in the classroom focuses on enabling student learning teachers deliberately prepare, manage and respond to students’ responses. This ensures that teachers can take advantage of opportunities in lesson to consolidate students’ understanding.
What are the salient characteristics of preschoolers?
Preschool children have a very concrete and literal thinking capacity. They do not think figuratively as older kids or adults do. They also do not have reasoning capabilities yet. At this age, kids love to explore and touch, feel, smell, taste, watch and wonder about everything around them.
What are the characteristics of preschoolers development?
- Gains about 4 to 5 pounds (1.8 to 2.25 kilograms) per year.
- Grows about 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 centimeters) per year.
- Has all 20 primary teeth by age 3.
- Has 20/20 vision by age 4.
- Sleeps 11 to 13 hours at night, most often without a daytime nap.
Why is it important for teachers to understand developmental characteristics?
By knowing the different stages of a child’s development (Mental, Behavioural and Gross-Motor), the teacher could properly assessed whether a particular child has learning problems and needs additional help or support. This is also a way for them to know how to properly discipline them if they are misbehaving.
What is implication in teaching?
It describes how teachers’ needs were identified and how it was decided to address these needs. It shows how teaching needs were considered throughout the course, and focuses on the teaching implications sessions for reading, listening, speaking writing and Use of English.
What are the implications of individual differences for the teaching and learning process?
The teacher can study individual differences and can help in development of abilities of the child up to the optimum level. Learning is most effective when differences in learner’s language, cultural, and social behavior are taken into account.
What are the salient characteristics?
Salient characteristics means those qualities of an item that are essential to ensure that the intended use of the item can be satisfactorily realized. Salient characteristics means those qualities of an item that are essential to ensure that the intended use of the item can be satisfactorily realized.
What are the salient characteristics of elementary students?
- Less Egocentric.
- More Independent.
- Become Discouraged Easy.
- Feel the need to be successful.
- More aggression in order to find identity.
- Enjoy repetition.
- Behavior affected by puberty.
- Competitive-upset when losing.
What are the salient characteristics of high school students?
Generally speaking, most students share the following characteristics:
- Interested in co-educational activities.
- Desire adult leadership roles and autonomy in planning.
- Want adults to assume a chiefly support role in their education.
- Developing a community consciousness.
- Need opportunities for self-expression.
What are characteristics of a child?
The following are ten essential character traits all kids need to learn early in life and continue to develop in their adult years.
- Social Skills.
What are the implications of these developmental tasks to your role as a teacher and or parent?
Good parental support helps child to be positive, healthy and good life long learner.By helping children when planning roles, encouraging children to talk to peers, posing open ended questions, and becoming involved in play, the teacher extends and enhances learning.
What are the implications of this subject matter in the teaching/learning process?
The student-teachers mastery of the subject matter influences the learners understanding of the subjects they learn, performance and the eventual attainment of national goals. Mastery of the subject matter by the student-teacher helps them to impart knowledge effectively and confidently.