In the most general sense, it usually means encouraging students to use active techniques (experiments, real-world problem solving) to create more knowledge and then to reflect on and talk about what they are doing and how their understanding is changing. The teacher makes sure she understands the students' preexisting conceptions, and guides the activity to address them and then build on them. Dialogic teaching Dialogic teaching harnesses the power of talk to stimulate and extend students’ thinking, and advance their learning and understanding (Alexander 2010). The term ‘dialogic teaching’ is now in regular use but like all such terms means different things to different people. As developed by Robin Alexander since the early 2000s, dialogic teaching harnesses the power of talk to stimulate and extend students’ thinking and advance their learning and understanding.
- Effective questioning tactics: “Tactic is the strategy of questioning teacher can used to achieve effective questioning such as structuring, pitching and putting clearly, directing and distributing, pausing and pacing, prompting and probing, listening to replies and responding, sequencing” (Wragg & Brown,200,p.28). 1.7 Organization of the
This encourages participation and interaction to learn about one another’s views and opinions within groups. As everyone has to participate, it improves the group dynamics. Learning Environment Based on the LSP, I prefer a specific learning environment. In order for studying to be conducive and effective, I have to be in a certain stimulated environment. Being able to identify where one is able to work best in can be used to one’s advantage, as the person can transform any environment into an effective teaching and learning environment catered best to their needs.
5). Thanks to the classes, teachers would be prepared and would feel more comfortable with the material that they are teaching. They should be able to teach the material in any way that they need to, in order to help the student better understand. Teachers can also do certain learning activities that are enjoyable to the students; making them enjoy going to school and eager to learn. Weimer also wrote, “A good learning experience where the student conquers challenging content, finds out something fascinating and through the process
We all are knowledgeable in the fact that learn best in an environment that allows them to play an active role in their learning. As a Special Education major, I have also in teaching how your students learn and adapting to their specific needs to ensure success, but what are we supposed to do when the curriculum demands don’t reflect the individual needs of our
Visual aids enhances adult learning and, to enable the participants to better understand what is in the handbook, a power-point presentation can be used too. Worksheets can also be given to the staffs to see how much they understand after undergoing this training, which in turn, will allow me to gauge their strengths and weaknesses on the job. A Q&A pairing session can be held before every break so that they can clear each other's doubts and at the same time get feedbacks from the facilitator. This is essential because it promotes active learning and allows them to absorb information better and enrich the learning process. Facilitators can also motivate them by giving them words of wisdom so that they will be motivated to work beyond their job scope.
A tactile learner is someone who learns by doing. Tactile learners enjoy taking notes that are coloured coated and highlighted. Tactile learners also like creating models and acting out events so they can further understand how that specific subject works. I agree with my results because I learn best by doing. An example of this is learning actions to help me memorize new things.
Here, I will apply some of my techniques in ELT too, that is to say, effective CCQs ‘Concept Check Questions’, ICQs ‘Instruction Check Questions’, and also strong MPF ‘Meaning, Pronunciation, Form’ and PACS ‘Post Analysis Correction Stage’. The use of those four items, in addition to similar creative activities, I attempt to make my classes supportive, inclusive and entertaining so that students feel comfortable and well-engaged to carry on learning new things
Levels of Holistic Development The levels of holistic development are the intellectual, emotional, social, behavioral and physical. Intellectual The intellectual at the beginning of the field placement experience, Intellectual learners tend to assume a great deal of initiative in learning. The students feel secure because they have read widely, analyzed their situation, and developed a frame of reference within which they relate to social work professionals and clients. The students are stimulated by the theoretical content of academic courses and are successful in this area. Their early case recordings reflect interest in people, freedom to speculate about the meaning of behavior, and a capacity to identify both tangible problems and problems
Besides it works best in increasing student communication still and self-esteem; interestingly, it also helps some students who are shy to talk in public or with the teacher to be open and feel comfortable in talking and sharing. Not only improve student learning but peer teaching also facilitates the teaching since it gives the teacher more time in doing other research in teaching. By all these benefits provided by peer teaching, any levels of schools should bring in this learning approach to the classroom since it can provide students opportunities in explaining ideas and participating in activities in which they can learn a great deal like one quote from Jeff Adwood saying “Teaching Peers is one of the ways to develop