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The Ideal Teacher How to Capture the Interest of Students

The Ideal Teacher How to Capture the Interest of Students

Jennifer, Olivia

Paperback

Teaching Instruction

ISBN13: 9798501004979
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: May 8 2021
Pages: 264
Weight: 0.58
Height: 0.55 Width: 5.00 Depth: 7.99
Language: English
The classroom is first and foremost the place in which the teacher welcomes his students. The relationships that are woven there depend on the material conditions, the arrangement chosen, the positions occupied by each; but the room is not an enclave, it constantly interacts with the establishment on which it depends and with the external environment in which families evolve.The class then represents the time of the lesson, the time during which the teacher does the class. The attention he pays to his students' material, the way he addresses them, his ability to arouse their interest, the content and activities he offers them, the follow-up of the homework he gives them are among the crucial points to think about.The class also means the level for which the teacher is in charge: the 4th grade for example, or the 12th grade. In this regard, he shows himself fattentive to the evaluation methods chosen, the remedial strategies implemented, the signs of dropping out of school, or even the opinions given in adviceclass, in terms of guidance and passage to the next class.Finally, the class constitutes a group, made up ofvarious personalities who evolve under the responsibility of the teacher. Knowing how to channel the affinities and enmities that are created, prevent and manage conflicts, guarantee respect for all, promote the emergence of individualities and a critical mind without wavering the group spirit and respect for the rule is essential many challenges in the profession!This is why the very fact of observing through this book what is played out in a class between the teacher, his students, the establishment and the families, will convince the reader that teaching remains indeed a art, pertaining to craftsmanship for the technique and skill required, artifice for the deployed ingenuity, and a certain talent - balancing act, composer and conductor - always deserving of to be greeted.

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