Helping students understand better in the classroom by using the Daily Lesson Log of every teacher. Teachers need to motivate students how to learn. This provides the researchers an insight to enrich his/her investigation and understanding of the problem. Lesson study is an in school teacher education strategy consisting of pre-collaborative work among teachers, lesson observation, and post collaborative work (Lewis, 2000) Collaborative team teaching technique (Ballao: 2003) each teacher has its role to play. If the Teacher A is conducting a review lesson to the class, Teacher B might be preparing the materials needed by the pupils in doing the activities, in other words, Teacher A and B have different activities would be done for every part
School based assessment implementation could be present through the different manner such as, hand on education materials, involve students in preparing a presentation or assignment that requires them to relate to the outside world. In addition, teachers need to explain the objective of the course to the students. It helps the students to understand the requirement of the course and enable them to connect the academic studies in a new approach. Teaching using technologies also improves learning among the students. For example, presentation software like PowerPoint that enable to embed photographs, diagrams, videos and sound file to augment text and verbal lecture content.
This allows them to assess strengths and weaknesses, while also monitoring growth. Teachers are also able to see where they can use targeted lesson plans for individual students, or as a group, to provide additional resources and information that helps them learn the material. How Can We Use Mind Mapping in Education? Mind mapping has numerous uses in education, and is being used by students and teachers alike. While many students choose to develop a mind map for a particular assignment, others find that segmenting all of the information they’ve learned over the course of a semester best helps them remember the material before a final exam.
Teachers are their prime source of support. Students rely on their teachers to give them feedback about the things they are doing well and how they might improve in other areas. The school assessment program provides a major source of information on how successfully students are performing in their courses. The information is valuable for both the student and the teacher. Feedback can provide students with information about strengths and weaknesses of responses, the outcomes achieved and students’ performance in relation to standards and to other students.
Therefore, it is important for us, the pre-service teachers to understand the importance of TPACK in our teaching and learning practices. It helps us to be able to motivate students in learning and to make the content of the lesson accessible to them. As stated by ("The Benefits of Personalized Learning Through Technology", n.d.) personalized learning is the existing of classroom technology for the teachers to develop and deliver such student-centered lessons easily and effectively. (Sabani, Hardaker, Sabki & Salleh, 2017) defined personalized learning as as a one-to-one lesson with a teacher being allocated to small group of students. By referring to the above definition of personalized learning, based on my
I normally spend a lot of time writing those notes. I have a good structure to the lecture like what I am going to do, a detail activities in lecture. I also set some quizzes based on that day's lesson and test the students. I often give feedback to students. I create the classroom environment so that I can test my learners as well as how well I am doing in the classroom.
Both, the Postmodern and the Narrative pedagogies were effective for the type of the lesson. However, in my opinion, the educator might use the Critical Pedagogy in a part of this lesson. The main point of the Critical pedagogy is to decentering authority (Ironside, 2001, p. 76). In this pedagogy, the educator and the students moderate the lesson. The Critical pedagogy gives the student more freedom to engage in the lesson which means that all the students play the same role and encourage them to participate more
For example, I will seek feedbacks from my senior teachers on my lesson plans and teaching styles and improvise myself from it. When I start teaching as a beginning teacher, I will firstly focus on the key attributes, “Every student, an Engaged Learner” and “Every teacher, a Caring Educator”. I believe that by mastering this key attributes, it will allow me to be a confident teacher to face other challenges. Teachers face challenges in playing a significant role in shaping a student’s character by
It was also noticed that the learning outcomes does fit well with the learning objectives that was related to the unit activities and the assessments that was given in class. The new knowledge and the skill was clearly stated. Some of the new vocabulary that was introduced to the class by Tr2 were: • Shoulder • Stomach • Foot and feet along with their differences between them. An worksheet exercise was given to the students in order to test if all the students had learnt the spellings as well as to test if all the students was able to do the worksheet exercise on their own without any spelling mistake and also to know how well the students in the class have understood the concept on “parts of the body”. Thus, Tr2 was able to make the students aware as well as make the students understand the concept that was taught in the class very
I engage teacher and student center learning styles in my class sessions, the student center style encourage students to look at material consistently outside learning and teaching sessions to make the most remarkable learnings. I support this by posting lecture slides and notes on-line (blackboard) this encourage students to review the learning and teaching materials after