- Author:Robert D. Myrick,Joe Wittmer
- Publisher:Educational Media Corp (September 1, 1989)
- Pages:216 pages
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The teacher as facilitator. by. Wittmer, Joe. Publication date. Myrick, Robert D. Bookplateleaf.
The teacher as facilitator. Classroom management, Learning, Psychology of, Teacher-student relationships, Teachers - Training of, Teaching. Minneapolis, MN : Educational Media Corp. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). by Robert D. Myrick and Joe Wittmer. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780932796271.
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A teacher, needless to say, plays a very vital role in this process as she can make or mar the child if she is not able .
A teacher, needless to say, plays a very vital role in this process as she can make or mar the child if she is not able to provide necessary help and direction. A well motivated child always learns to utilize his potential to the optimum by constantly working on his strengths. The success of a child depends, to a large extent, on the role a teacher plays in his formative years. Compares the behaviorist to a hunter and the humanist-educator to a fisherman, maintaining that the teacher of English may play both roles to his students' advantage and expressing concern over the shortcomings of an exclusively behavioristic approach.
The teacher’s main role is as a facilitator – there to offer support and advice when needed, and to provide the necessary scaffolding and teaching of skills when necessary. It is vital that teachers remember to teach and instruct their students in any particular skill or piece of mathematical knowledge that is required for the task. What this means in the classroom is that lessons and activities need to progress from structured to less structured; from more directed and closed activities to more open ones; from modelled to less modelled; from supported activities to less supported.
Teachers who facilitate personal growth in students are unique, extraordinary, worthy of the dedication. Teacher as Facilitator. I was so used to having responsibility for learning in my classroom that I had a very difficult time accepting the ideas taught in Cooperative Learning. When I read the part about being a guide on the side rather than a sage on the stage, I laughed.
This paper argues that there are epistemological flaws in prominent rejections of transmission theories of learning. Over the past eighty years or so, some education theorists have repudiated the notion that it is the teacher's role to act as an authority in the classroom, transmitting knowledge to students "who do not know.
A facilitator is the person who assists a group of people in grasping at their common targets and in achieving them without any intervention on his/her . Finally, being a facilitator in a classroom means being a successful teacher.
A facilitator is the person who assists a group of people in grasping at their common targets and in achieving them without any intervention on his/her behalf. Therefore, when we say the teacher has to play the role of a facilitator in the classroom, this means that the teacher should not be the king who controls the activities of the learners. This means that one builds constructionist classes where there are mutual positive and active responses from the teacher and the learners,and even among the learners themselves within the one classroom.