Every teacher enjoys a class where their pupils are engaged, having fun but most importantly, learning! To ensure learning has taken place, as teachers, we generally give our pupils an exam and grade their responses. But the best way to check their learning, is by having an immediate response. This can be completed in class through student responses, feedback and participation. A student who is struggling with the content of the lesson will not be able to take part in the learning, therefore a barrier is created, preventing the pupil from success. An effective way to measure the success of the lesson is by how involved the pupils are. Below are some tips to help student participation in class.
The previous post aimed at providing some insight to introversion. If you suspect that you have one or more introverted students in your classroom (there's a high chance that you will at least have one), below are some strategies that you can implement in your classroom to help them thrive in school.
The chances are that you probably have at least one introverted student in your classroom if not more. Understanding these students is crucial in helping them also have the opportunity to thrive and shine in your learning environment. This post aims to assist with identifying and understanding what introversion means, and hopefully also remove any misconceptions at the same time. Your students with this personality trait will appreciate it.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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