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~~Planning and executing effective lessons is of course an extremely important part of teaching. The teacher should always ask themselves the following questions: What is the objective of the whole lesson? What is the aim of this activity? How are learners working together? Who is speaking to whom? Is the time being used efficiently? The focus of any class should be on developing the communicative abilities of the learners. Ideally the speaking ratio should be 30 percent maximum teacher (TTT) and 70 percent minimum learners (STT). As such teachers need to consider the
This article gives 38 effective strategies for classroom management. These strategies may not be what you are used to and may require changes on your part. While there is no perfect method for eliminating all challenging behaviors, these are the strategies that I endorse and believe in as being the most effective for creating a positive classroom climate, based on my own experiences and research. If you cannot get a student to follow rules, complete work, or be kind to other students after you have consistently implemented the strategies in this article, talk to your school team (administrator
This article describes and articulate the unique dispositions of Gen Y employees in Singapore. How they see the world in their eyes and a localized experience of working with Gen Ys in Singapore. and how as facilitators we can engage them.
Five main causes of teacher stress and solutions.
An obvious fact that we’re all aware of as teachers is that a student, when recognized for positive behavior, will feel less inclined to seek attention in inappropriate ways. Conversely, when a pupil’s efforts are ignored, the chances of them disrupting the lesson to gain some attention are greatly increased.
Just as children can read your body language you can learn to read theirs. Learning this will help you to predict if they have a change in their behavior or they have just changed enough to get you off their backs. Kids are very good at bluffing and faking their behavior. One of the best ways to tell if a student is faking is to read his body language.