Presentation on theme: "1 Standards in Scotlands Schools Act 2000 The purpose of education To encourage the development of the personality, talents and abilities of pupils to."— Presentation transcript:
1 Standards in Scotlands Schools Act 2000 The purpose of education To encourage the development of the personality, talents and abilities of pupils to their fullest potential Introduction
2 What does developing personality mean? nurturing an enduring disposition to want to learn – Motivational Resilience What does personality mean? Introduction
3 Motivating teaching valuing individuality and tuning into pupils bringing harmony to a class thru their classroom climate staying receptive to the pupils emotions by staying connected to a sense of purpose.
4 Adapting to school - capacity for social competence - to meet needs for acceptance self awareness and reflection about yourself knowing what teachers want and how they see you assessing own strengths, limitations and barriers prolonged focused attention Motivational Resilience self-determination, a sense of control over school life - the ability to recognise that one is not powerless.
5 impulsive cautious flexible Personality types anger fear
12AUTONOMY Anxiety The autonomy switch Restricted autonomy Distorted autonomy Dont exploit or ignore Do help express themselves Dont add to or be owhelmed by their problems Do reassure Dont over react Do redirect via personal goals
13 Scotlands Children A Curriculum for Excellence Respected, Included Responsible Fulfilled Effective contributors, Confident individual Successful Learners Responsible citizens Outcomes Safe, Healthy, Active Achieving
14 AFFILIATION AGENCY Alienation Apathy AUTONOMY Anxiety Acquiescence Anger Act up Clam up Blow up Crack up Grow up
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