The teacher is the one who inspires the students through his behavior in the classroom. Focusing on the teacher, we bring you some tips on how his work can be more productive.
The productivity of the teacher is reflected in the results of his students. If the teacher manages to create a positive climate in the classroom, then success is guaranteed. Follow these steps:
1) Take risks in class, try new things!
Sometimes we think that “standing in still waters” is the best teaching method. But, this can cause your students to have no interest in the lesson, so they lose the “grinta” that a lesson should convey. Don’t be afraid of the risks and the new steps we can take. The more you try new things, the more interested students will be in being active in your class.
2) Consider their interests
Do you want your students to come to school every day enthusiastic and eager to learn? This means that you need to pay attention to how students learn. Some students learn better, some are more withdrawn. There are those students who are hyperactive and just want to experiment. You, the teacher, must adapt to each of them. Don’t treat everyone the same. Get to know the characteristics of each.
3) Provide your students with materials and guide them through the website
The teacher is a mentor. Any additional material (necessary for the formation of the student) is suggested by the teacher. This is how you can help them. You can help them access websites that help them with their assignments/lessons.
4) Praise your students’ work (if it is deserved)
All teachers know that praising students helps their confidence and success in school. However, your praise must be authentic. A compliment will have more impact if it is given sincerely.
5) Listen to your students
Nothing means more to the student than when you really listen to them. No matter how busy you are, make sure you leave enough time to listen to each of them. This helps them build self-confidence.
6) At the end of the day, make a resume
Every day see what you have done in class. Think about what you did well and what you can improve. If you have this routine, you can constantly improve your teaching style. It may only take a few minutes at the end of the day, but you’d be surprised how important it can be.
7) Maintain a positive attitude in class
Finally, remember that your attitude affects the atmosphere in the classroom. If you behave negatively, the student steps, crouches, does not feel freedom. Whereas if you behave positively, their behavior changes. They are more open, communicative and available. Make your classroom a positive environment.