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Reflection week 5

25 Oct

The first time I was teaching here, I could not bear to be here for long. Pupils who are in my class are very difficult to do active learning. They tend to passive in the learning and busy doing other jobs. For example, HP’s playing, reading novels, chatting, doing other jobs. It made me continue to think the method of learning fun for them. Many books that I read about active learning methods are enjoyable, the book ice breaking, fun math game books, etc..

Finally, I decided to use a method of learning with fun math games. It made me become more creative and continue to explore more about the learning fun, especially in learning mathematics. All this brings many benefits for me. I can learn new things that I had never known before, especially about learning math fun. Apparently a lot of math games and learning methods that can make learning math more enjoyable.

Games that I use is to play cards trigonometry, where the cards containing the results of special trigonometric angles. Play puzzel, they were asked to pair with the right formula and fast. Guess magic numbers by using the “feature number 9”. Playing horse whispers, where the message is a problem solving that will be completed by other groups. The most recent recipient of the message will be written in the paper and give it to other groups.

Not easy to be set up class. Actually, the students in my class, including a little, only 24 students but I still find it difficult to organize classes. With all of these activities students can engage in learning. Meeting of the 3rd and the 4th be more fun than the previous meeting. I’ve started to feel comfortable being there, whereas before I felt did not want to go back to school.

One lesson that I can conclude from the master teacher of mine was “mathematics is an art, the art of stringing words, in the creative arts, the art of motivation, the art of expression, so the teaching of mathematics is one work of art”. These words always remember and makes me more enthusiastic in teaching and continued to increase my curiosity in the “art of teaching”.

My dislike of school, now turned into a sense of gratitude to Allah for bringing me to the place that brought me to be better ….

How often do we regard something that befalls us to be a great misfortune, when in fact it is really Allah showing His mercy to us. The opposite is equally true. Allah says: “Perhaps you hate a thing that is best for you, and you love a thing that is bad for you. Allah knows, while you know not.” [Sûrah al-Baqarah: 216]

I never know what Allah has planned for me, which I know Allah always give the best to me …

Nia Salamah

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4 Comments

Posted by on October 25, 2011 in Reflection week 5, School Experience Week 2

 

4 responses to “Reflection week 5

  1. mimitgugu

    October 25, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    “mathematics is an art, the art of stringing words, in the creative arts, the art of motivation, the art of expression, so the teaching of mathematics is one work of art”
    That’s really great!!! 🙂
    Then . . . . Art is a beautiful thing, but mathematics can make usual things become more beautiful and wonderful 😀

    Mita Pustari
    2009110040

     
  2. fitriyanimajid

    October 25, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    hmmm,, I think I will really enjoy your class Miss Nanay (if I become your student). because they are so many interesting activity.
    Allah already set the best way for you Nia. Just do it as best as you can 🙂

     
  3. arifinnn

    October 26, 2011 at 9:43 am

    don’t give up Nanay,,
    you have to do your best and i think you can…
    we can create a new generation of teacher together… 🙂

     
  4. trianaafriani

    October 26, 2011 at 4:55 pm

    i agree with ipin, dont give up nanay. we can do the best, we still learn from our experience right?
    cheers up nanay 🙂

     

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