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Transcript of Nondirective Teaching
What, in particular, do you remember learning at that time? Was it fun? Challenging?
Did you have connection with the teacher or with the class? Did you grow as a person during the time you spent with this teacher? “Mr. Lee was gangsta. Old White dude with a class full of Black kids…” --Candiss Dickerhoof Emotional vs. Intellectual... Born in 1902
Who are you???
died in 1987, continuing his work on client-centered therapy. Non-directive Teaching...
-human relationships enable people to grow, therefore, the instruction should be based on concepts of human relations in contrast to concepts of subject matter. Natosha Folarin
Summer 2011 "If yall are going to walk around with open toed shoes, make sure your toes are done!" -Mrs. Hughes "Never do for a child that which he can do for himself." -—Gary Landreth Warmth is a way of being, something the teacher is and does, a true valuing of each student as a person (Noddings, 1984) "If I talk to teachers I can’t tell them that I said a bad word or something because they suspend me.." Warmth, Trust, Empathy, and Realness together form a core relational state and a way of interacting that facilitates comprehensive student sucess (Rogers, 1969). Step 1 The teacher helps the student focus on a particular problem. (Academic, Behavioral, Personal) Step 2 Teacher helps student define the problem and clarify feelings. Step 3 Student talks about problem in more detail to develop insight into the problem. Step 4 Student develops action plan Step 5 Student carries out plan. Plan may be modified or continued until completed. Nondirective Teaching in your classroom... -Building Relationships
(sample from chapter) Pair off with a partner and pick a topic where you are both guaranteed to have an opinion and strong feelings.
Take turns as the speaker or active listener, and empathize for alternating periods
of 2 minutes each. Use a watch to keep time, and do not shift roles until after the
2 minutes have passed.
Aim to get the speaker’s feelings, meanings,and overall point. Do not ask questions or repeat details.
Possible Topics: Politics, TV Shows, Immigration, Global Warming, Animal Testing, Does Age Matter in Relationships? Religion allowed in school, Banning books, Standardized Testing... Empathy requires active listening... Person Centered Planning Carl Rogers The Facilitative Teacher...