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Describe your teaching style.
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I have a hybrid that includes early on direct instruction from a personal model perspective. In the beginning of the year I lead by example. I demonstrate to the students the procedures required to be successful in class. As the year, passes I begin to add more inquiry based learnijng stragaties where the student can explore and activilty participate in the learning process. I also like to add cooperative learning strategies where students with work together in the learning process on special projects. One example of the last two learning styles would be to research, create, and write a historical monograph and have it printed.
Modeling and scaffolding.
My teaching style is that anyone can learn everything. That you are never too old, dumb, athletic, popular, or outdoorsy to learn something new. I also work on trying to make everything relatable to their lives. Because if you can't relate the subject to their everyday lives what is the point of them retaining the information.
My way of teaching is using powerpoint presentation an activity based learning and also I want my students my understand the concept from their heart so that they will never forget it.
First I give the exercise for the relative topic then explain the the content. The student also interact the classroom activity.
I believe students learn better by experiments so my style of teaching is learning by doing where concepts are being clear in students mind.
Join our past with our present.
Problem solving. Concept clearance.
I truly believe in the cooperative learning model.
No two teachers will teach in the same way, just as no two students learn something in the same way. A teacher’s teaching style is based on their educational philosophy, their classroom’s demographic, what subject area (or areas) they teach, and the school’s mission statement. If you are a new teacher, you might be wondering just what your teaching style is and how it could be affecting your students. It’s important to know that there are two key approaches that the other teaching theories fall into – teacher-centered and student-centered. Check the list below, and find out which teaching style best suits you.