Practice is defined as the application and repeated performance of an idea, method, or subject in order to improve or maintain one's proficiency. When it comes to Roanoke College's Education Goals, the Practice category groups together goals related to your procedural methods used in the classroom, in order to benefit each and every student. Each of the four goals touch on the importance of implementation within the classroom, pertaining to your personal skill sets and perspective.
Within these pages, you will find four different Education Goals and a variety of examples as to how I have personally managed to achieve these goals throughout my time spent as a student teacher and more. You will find that I am able to implement instruction in a manner that reflects pedagogical competence and care for my students.
The goals covered include:
3.1 Analyze, evaluate, and revise lessons to make them more effective.
3.2 Teach to accommodate the diverse needs of learners.
3.3 Implement general principles of good classroom management.
3.4 Use appropriate technology to learn and teach.