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  1. How to teach effectively in a 40 min. period.

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    I have seen so many articles on the net regarding teaching etc., but all these methods are good only in reading, but very difficult to follow in 40 minutes period & limited time target for completion of syllabus. When I was in job as PGT teacher, I encountered so many such problems, but now as the admin of institute I can easily understand the teachers point as well administrator point of view. So in this context I would like to mention some points for teachers as well – 

    1. Teacher should have clear goal in mind – what he wants to give to student & what he wants in return?

    2. Understand your class psychology in advance through 1 or 2 interactions.

    3. Student always mimics their teacher, so behavior of teacher, his appearance his confidence, his VOICE should be highly impressive.

    4. NO loose talks regarding school or any other teacher any other student should be encouraged.

    5. First of all identify distractive child of the class and give them some responsibilities.

    FOR TEACHING – 

    1. Always prepare your lecture well in advance.

    2. Must revise previous day lecture through question answering session in first 5-10 minutes.

    3. Use your board up to maximum extent.

    4. Voice of teacher should be commanding.

    5. Try to address students as – My students. It will create a personal teacher – student attachment.

    6. Keep eye contact with all the students, take rounds in class.

    7. Your lecture should include some exercise or questions so that some thing should be their for the students to work with.

    8. Some laughing comments make class environment comfortable.

    9. Last but not least famous word RECAPTULATION. A teacher must recapitulate his lecture.

    Now a 40 mint period is sufficient to achieve all the aims for teaching.

    PRADEEP SHARMA

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  2. Positive Discipline Guidelines

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    Positive Discipline Guidelines From the book Positive Discipline by Jane Nelsen 1. Misbehaving children are “discouraged children” who have mistaken ideas on how to achieve their primary goal—to belong. Their mistaken ideas lead them to misbehavior. We cannot be effective unless we address the mistaken beliefs rather than just the... 1
  3. CELEBRATING THE SCHOOL’S CULTURE

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    CELEBRATING THE SCHOOL’S CULTURE     The following activities, projects, events, strategies, or professional development recommendations can be successfully implemented for celebrating the school’s culture and values. A few of the ideas may be right for your school, or We hope, may spark an idea that will strengthen the values essential... Comment
  4. Bus Behaviour

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    Bus Behavior Problems on the bus seem to be a major concern kindergarten through high school. Look at the behavior on any bus, anywhere in the world, and you will have a barometer of the development of (or lack of) internalized social skills, life skills, and social interest. How much... Comment
  5. BRAIN-COMPATIBLE TEACHING PRACTICES

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    BRAIN-COMPATIBLE TEACHING PRACTICES (Preparing the student’s mind for learning)   The following 21 brain-compatible teaching practices offer teachers specific strategies to maximize their students’ learning:         Immediately engage the attention of learners when they come into the classroom. The activities need to be of high interest and anchored in... Comment
  6. Constructivist Learning

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    Constructivist Learning by Dimitrios Thanasoulas, Greece Only by wrestling with the conditions of the problem at hand, seeking and finding his own solution (not in isolation but in correspondence with the teacher and other pupils) does one learn. ~ John Dewey, How We Think, 1910 ~ As a philosophy of... Comment

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