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Haim Ginott Presentation
Transcript of Haim Ginott Presentation
began his teaching career in 1947 in Israel and immigrated to the United States of America.
he was a primary school teacher
Other occupations; clinical psychologist, child therapist, parent educator and author
He believed children's feelings should be considered whilst limiting misbehavior a brief history... Haim Ginott's model focuses on:
emotions and behaviour of students
communication between the teacher and the children theoretical base/
how students learn Appropriate discipline for children
Messages are brief
Creating a supportive home environment
step 1 - recitation
step 2- sensitisation
step 3- Learning of concepts
Step 4 - Teaching an practice of better skills Preventative/Corrective/Supportive Strategies strengths and weaknesses QUESTIONS QUESTIONS QUESTIONS Outline his beliefs His prior occupations gave him extensive knowledge into understanding children and their learning need, which assisted other child educators. What were these occupations? He began his career in _____________ and immigrated to _____________. Haim Ginott was born in ________ and died in ______. What features of this classroom reinforce Ginott’s model? POSITIVE: Teachers and students communicate positively
Gives students a sense of independence and responsibility where the teacher is the facilitator NEGATIVE does not give a specific method of dealing with ongoing discipline
B: Tell them they cannot be a part of the group and refer them to a counsellor. Answer
Encourage their behaviour
Tell them they cannot be a part of the group and refer them to a counsellor.
Tell them to stop and continue with the group What could an educator do if a parent was continuously angry and could not work effectively with the parenting group?
To emphasise that child’s feelings are irrelevant
To provide one answer towards each scenario
To not provide direct answers to the scenarios, and rather let the parents express their ideas. During the final stage “teaching and practice of better skills”, what is an important role of the educator? Yes it is important to be sensitive when listening to their responses to ensure the parents are comfortable to admit both their strengths and weaknesses. Answer Yes
No During Step 1 (recitation), is it important for the educator to be supportive and encouraging when hearing the parents responses? To teach parents how to understand their spouse.
To teach students how to understand their parents.
To enable parents to create a warm home environment where children can easily learn.
To create a strong bond between Parents and their children’s education? What was the aim of Ginott’s Strategy?
C. To not provide direct answers to the scenarios, and rather let the parents express their ideas. there are many ways to approach different situations. Answer C: To enable parents to create a warm home environment where children can easily learn. Answer: