5 Best Practices of Teachers
1. Teacher Clarity
Clarifying to your students the goals, purposes and how you assess them makes them visualize the end product of everything that they do and its importance to them.
2. Classroom Discussion
Class discussions aids students to learn from each other. At the same time, the teacher can assess if his/her students are learning.
Feedbacks gives students a heads up on how they're doing in class
4. Formative Assessments
Daily assessments should be done to provide students with accurate assessment and feedbacks. This also indicates progress and accomplishment of goals and end products.
5. Metacognitive Strategies
Students are given opportunities to plan, evaluate and organize their own work. This then leads them to ownership of own learning.
Field Study 6: On Becoming A Teacher Episode 3: The Teacher in the Classroom
Marcia, Nichole C. Masangkay, Charmaine Dianne V. Novilla, Christine Victoria M. 3SPED1