When the teacher is browsing from point to point, he/she faces and interacts with the students. The teacher is able to focus on the student’s language production instead of technical matters. Also communication can be supported when it is used in combination with a wireless keyboard. The teacher can sit beside the students having a conversation or reading a text. While new vocabulary is needed to be appeared, the teacher can write the new word, and it will then appear on the board.
Core class educators can give a test on a bubble sheet, then a scanner corrects the tests and gives the grade, saving teachers much more time to do other important things like lesson plans. Some schools are using automation for safety. Students carry ID’s to scan in for attendance, and guests can have a guest pass so the school will know at all times who is in the building. In the Forbes Article Artificial Intelligence in Education: Don 't Ignore It, Harness It! By Sebastien Turbot, he talks about how computers, tablets, and virtual reality systems are more prominent in classrooms in
EXTENSIONS By using question #7 on the Measuring with Toothpicks student sheet as a class problem, students can practice their estimation skills. Have students work with a partner in a role-play. One student can pretend to be the book-cover maker and the other student can be the owner of the book. With no actual toothpicks available, the owner should describe (estimate) the length and width of the book to the book-cover maker. You can use this exercise as a short role-play or have the book-cover makers actually cut paper according to her/his understanding of the owner’s description.
She mentions how most teachers use metaphor and analogy to teacher, and she uses these a lot in her explaining how to learn. The key ideas relate to learning are focus mode and diffuse mode; two different modes our brains use when we are learning. Most people are only familiar with focus mode, which is when you put all of you focus to what you are learning without any distractions. This mode is used when patterns are already there and when your brain knows how solve certain problems. Diffuse mode is different, this mode is used when learning something new.
Students can learn subjects like Math and English through playing games. • Technology Helps students learn how to write and spell: The use of computers to take notes in the classroom has helped so many students learn how to write well-composed essays. Computers have word applications and built-in dictionaries which will auto-correct grammar mistakes while students are taking notes in the classroom. Also, teachers are encouraging students to create personal blogs so that they can practice and improve their writing and spelling
Costa and Kallick confirmed that “students may recall the habits by thinking of the posters” (Costa & kellick, 2009, p.20). Once I read what each habit of mind meant, I proceeded to ask the students what they thought the two habits meant. Additionally, students were asked what are some things they have seen within our classroom that shows students not managing impulsivity or listening to others with understanding and empathy. When it came to teaching the students about managing their impulsivity, I read the
Adding to that, Doff mentions that “using English for chatting to the class, for giving instructions and explanations” will provide students with very useful listening practice. Moreover, games can be applied in the class before finishing or starting the lesson. If teachers have enough time, they can let class play games at the end of the lesson, otherwise, they can use for the beginning new lessons to review. The advantage of doing these types of listening activities is that it makes students more interested in listening, especially when teachers divide the class into teams as competition remarkably increases students’
Bridging In-School and Out-of-School knowledge & experience In this article we want to define in-school and out-of-school knowledge and experience. We explain how the teacher can make a bridge between in-school and out-of-school knowledge. Also we consider the advantages and disadvantages of them and in the conclusion what should we do in the future for expanding them. In-school knowledge and experience is whatever that the teacher teach to students in the class. Even the students can get experience from their friends or school.
There are some suggestions to the English teachers at Elementary School in order to improve the students’ ability in speaking.The writer expects the teacher to find many creative ways to make student interest in learning English especially in learning speaking skills. The teacher can help the students to practice English speaking skills by using various teaching techniques. One of them is using game such as hopscotch game. It is suggested to the teachers to use this technique as their references in teaching speaking English to their students. Therefore, the teacher can focus on helping the students practicing, organizing and delivering the ideas into the sentence in learning speaking English.
10.Teachers can save their notes eithet for personal use or to share it with his pupils. 11.Sometimes teachers waste their time improving their skills or trying tobe more proffessional when using the Interactive Whiteboards . Cogill (2002) says that the IWB gives teachers the opportunity to ave full control over his pupils through proffessional activities and to design their lessons according to their needs .This tool provides basic whole class strategies through accessing to to the different resources , IWB games, draging pictures , vedios…etc.to motivate their children and acheive their gaols.The board enable them manage their classroom to capture the students’ attention and the use of the various features helps them explain difficult concepts and illustrate the abstract ideas and complex situations to rise the level of understanding and increase the student motivation and contribution to the lessons.She (2002) confirms that when using the IWB for whole_class instruction teachers may not fit the individuals needs