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This is my humble contribution for teachers of the world to enable them become GREAT TEACHERS who inspire. ...

This is my humble contribution for teachers of the world to enable them become GREAT TEACHERS who inspire.

Please Clap if you like this and feel free to use it as a teaching tool, do feel free to contact me via email or SKYPE professor.shamshad

May you be blessed today and beyond...........

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    • POWER TEACHING Professor Shamshad eTrainer / Consultant Pakistan Representative professor.shamshad@gmail.com karachi@bk-consultants.co.uk www.bk-consultants.co.uk SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 11/09/13 1
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Activity 1 On a paper write down 2 things that you wish to get out of this session. (3 minutes)  In groups of four compile a common list.(5 minutes) 11/09/13 2
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Objectives By the end of the session Participants would be able:  To identify the qualities of an effective teacher.  Understand the meaning of the term Power Teaching.  To realize the value of power teaching in their classrooms  To gain an awareness of the elements common to effective Power teaching .  Will begun using some common 11/09/13 power teaching techniques. 3
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Activity 2 In groups list down all the things that a teacher must know and be able to do to make her teaching interesting. Present your lists. 11/09/13 4
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 EFFECTIVE TEACHERS  Know the content of the syllabus  Understand the development of the student  Value the diversity of the students within the class  Plan strategic lessons using effective teaching strategies.  Use multiple assessments to evaluate progress.  Create a suitable learning environment  Adapt and modify instruction  Use effective communication 11/09/13 5
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 A VISION OF TEACHING Connect the dots in the puzzle using only four straight lines without lifting your pen/pencil off of the paper. How does this relate to our teaching? 11/09/13 6
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on a cold iron. Horace Mann 11/09/13 7
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 WHAT IS POWER TEACHING? 11/09/13 8
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Activity 3 Working Individually write down whatever comes to your mind about the term POWER TEACHING. 11/09/13 9
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Power Teaching is a grassroots educational reform that is based on interactive teaching strategies. 11/09/13 10
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Why Power Teach?  Students Enjoy well- designed learning games.  Students respond to Challenges.  And can make outstanding educational progress in the proper settings. And To do all this they need: 11/09/13 11
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 POWERFUL TEACHERS 11/09/13 12
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090     11/09/13 Benefits of Power Teaching Teachers feel empowered. Arsenal of teaching strategies make their students succeed. Can build a sense of community and a family feeling for students and teachers alike. It makes the most challenging students sit in the class and allow the teacher to teach and the students to learn. 13
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Classroom procedures in Power Teaching Classroom procedures are different from classroom rules. A procedure is something that you want your class to do many times a day. 11/09/13 14
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Common procedures in a classroom The most common procedures are:  Paying attention to the teachers.  Being seated.  Handing in/out papers.  Getting pencils sharpened.  Raising hands etc. The more orderly your class performs procedures like these the less hair you will lose. 11/09/13 15
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 The Attention Grabber: Class-Yes 11/09/13 16
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Application of Class Yes! Use this technique whenever you want to quickly gain the attention of your class. For maximum effect, occasionally vary your tone of voice. 11/09/13 17
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 The organiser- Five Classroom rules.  Follow directions quickly.  Raise your hand for permission to speak.  Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.  Make smart choices.  Keep your dear teacher HAPPY! 11/09/13 18
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Follow directions quickly. 11/09/13 19
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Raise your hand for permission to speak. 11/09/13 20
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat. 11/09/13 21
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Make smart choices. 11/09/13 22
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Keep your dear teacher HAPPY! 11/09/13 23
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 The whole Brain Activator – Teach ! Okay! It is a crucial power teaching skill. Teachers must learn to speak more briefly. The longer we talk the more students we lose. Researches show that the students learn the most when they teach. 11/09/13 24
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 The Whole Brain Activator: Teach-Okay 11/09/13 Speak briefly and then ask students to paraphrase, with meaningful gestures, what you’ve said with a partner. M ove around the classroom to monitor your students’ comprehension. 25
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 11/09/13 The Motivator: The Scoreboard Frequently reward positive behavior and penalize for negative behavior. Observe the plus/minus 3 rule and keep the positive and negative scores within three points 26
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 The Focuser: Hands and Eyes Use this technique whenever you want maximum attention. 11/09/13 27
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Correcting Errors Its Cool is the most easiest and painless way of correcting errors. Telling your class that it is a difficult topic and it is ok to make a mistake. 11/09/13 28
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Rewarding Students Whenever the student need a reward for the right answer or good behaviour, use a 10 finger woo. 11/09/13 29
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Controlling Classroom Noise Using volume O-Meter it helps in controlling unnecessary sound in the Classroom. 11/09/13 30
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Focusing on the Explanation This strategy is used when you need your students to be intensely focused on what you are saying. 11/09/13 31
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 .O. No “I cant's”: We never want our students to say “I can’t” These are two of the most mind crippling words in our language. Instead of “I can’t”, instruct students to say “I cant ... yet! 11/09/13 32
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Asking Questions There are various reasons for which students raise their hands. This gesture can be used to show that the student wants to ask a question. 11/09/13 33
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Conclusion 11/09/13 34
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 A teacher is one who brings us tools and enables us to use them. 11/09/13 Jean Toomer 35
    • ?Questions? 11/09/13 36
    • PROFESSOR.SHAMSHAD professor.shamshad@gmail.com SKYPE professor.shamshad +92 313 860 7090 Food for thought     The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. William Arthur Ward ~ 11/09/13 THANK YOU 37