· Give students a problem to solve that hasmultiple solutions. Guide them with hint and examples.
· Use collaborative teaching and learning expertiseand group up students so they complement each other’s abilities. · Provide extra material for students who needessential background knowledge or skills. · Use multiple teaching activities and techniquesto place a broad range of students.· Stimulate students to speak up when they do not perceive.6. Respect diverse talents and ways of learning· Work individually with students who are competeto encourage them to stay motivated.· Assist students set challenging goals for theirown learning.
· Tell students that everyone works at differentlevels and they should strive to put forth their best effort, regardless ofwhat level it is. · Motivate students to work hard in class.· Give students positive reward for doing outstandingwork.5. Communicate highexpectations· Teach students about time distribution.
· Have extent deadlines for projects andassignments.· Be realize that time on task is real learning,not busy work.· Help students set challenging objectives fortheir own learning.
· Clearly communicate to your students the minimumamount of time they should consume preparing for class and working onassignments. · Anticipate students to complete theirassignments promptly.4.
Emphasize time on task· Return grades for assignments, projects, andtests within one week.· Arrange question and answer sessions.· Discuss the outcome of class assignments andexams with the class and individual students.· Provide instructive remark that show thestudents’ errors and give suggestions on how they can improve. · Arrange presentations with a five-minute periodfor students to present what they have learned in class.
3. Give prompt feedback· Arrange problem solving activities in smallgroups and have each group discuss their solutions with the class. · Use of simulation software to run”what-if” scenarios allows students to manipulate variables andcircumstances. · Motivate students to represent their work to theclass.
· Encourage students to suggest new thinking,projects, or course activities.· Give students solid, real-life problems toanalyze.· Guide students to relate what they are learningto something in real life.2. Encourage active learning · Encourage students from different casts and racesto share their viewpoints on topics shared in class.
· Encourage students to participate in groups whenworking on assignments. · Assign group projects and presentations· Try students engage in class activities thatencourage them to get to know one another.· Use cooperative learning groups1. Develop reciprocity and cooperation among students· Chat with students on personal level and learnabout their educational and career goals.
· Share personal affairs and values.· Encourage students to present their thinking andparticipate in class discussions.· Guide students relevant to academic courses andcareer opportunities.· Individualize feedback on students’ assignment.· Give help to students with problems in theirextracurricular activities.