There is collaboration, communication and equal interaction amongst students and teacher instead of teacher exclusivity. The pros are that students learn important communicative and collaborate skills, directing their own learning, asking questions, independent task completion and are more motivated in the learning activities. The cons are that classrooms might often be noisy, difficulty in managing all student’s activities at once, important information or facts may be missed due to instruction not being delivered at once and preference to work alone for some students. The curriculum The central goal for instructors is to develop a curriculum that develops instructional materials and activities that promotes the maximum growth within the learners. Multidimensional area of investigation that allows the students to explore, discover and make their own choices.
IT use in the classroom more and more widely, and teachers how reasonable and effective use of information technology, which requires teachers to fully understand the role of IT in the classroom teaching. IT use in the classroom more and more widely, and teachers how reasonable and effective use of information technology, which requires teachers to fully understand the role of information technology in the classroom, this paper tries to discuss the following aspects of information technology in classroom teaching role: to change the traditional teaching methods; strengthen the leading role of teachers; increase student interest in learning, active classroom atmosphere; disperse teaching difficult to break through teaching focus, to promote
Performance Assessment Performance assessment is a method of teaching and learning that involves both process and product. It is not just a testing strategy. In performance assessments, students are involved in the process of constructing various types of product. Instead of measuring how much they know, performance assessment measures what students can do with what they know. Performance assessment tasks are based on what is most essential in the curriculum and what is interesting to a student.
and tend to not be disruptive to their peers. CMCD is to promote responsibility between the teachers and the students regarding the students’ learning (Freiberg et al., 2008). Consistency management refers to how the classroom teacher chooses to set up the environment within the classroom. This includes passing out papers, seating arrangements, personal space usage, taking attendance, and creating a positive environment for students to learn. Cooperative Discipline refers to letting the students take ownership.
cultivate an active learning ability in students and explore the ability of students and lecturers to jointly develop in a variety of knowledge of skills and experience. Thus, can solve problems in everyday life through the search for information useful to
The elements of this component are quality of questions/ prompts, discussion techniques and student participation. Effective questioning techniques are associated with the types of the questions. Instead of just asking closed-questions, the teachers should vary the types of questions by asking open-ended questions to encourage the critical thinking of the students. As mentioned by Danielson (2014: 59), “Class discussion are animated, engaging all the students in important issues and promoting the use of precise language to deepen language and extend their understanding.” Hence, an effective classroom interaction is not necessarily evolved high cognitive level of lesson content, but the engagement and participation of the students is important to make sure the learning and teaching process is
Meta-Cognitive Learning Skill Meta-cognition refers to learner’s automatic awareness about the topic that is discussed. The students has their ability to see the behind the scene picture of the topic, it is called “thinking beyond thinking”. Meta-cognitive skill is important not only in school but throughout the life of the students. Furthermore, the students must set plan of what the next step to do that is needed to accomplish, it will not be done by the students only. The teacher must help students to develop or enhance the learning skill of the
Teachers just use whatever instructional materials are available and are suited to the learning objectives. In consonance with the above statements, Gagne (2003) and Kinsella (2006) concluded that some instructional principles that include instructional materials are special venue to transform through education. Such instructional materials hold promise of helping teachers achieve flexibility in meeting the differences among students. Such activities include model building, independent study, and laboratory experimentation. He believed that when a person who use instructional materials have a major part of choosing them, the usefulness of such resources is really
These differences come in many forms. One of the most prominent proofs is education, where they can express their selves comfortably and easily by means of performing and learning in school as a student through the help of technology. Learning is essential for them to become a well – being who acquires knowledge to stand up as an erudite individual and