Principles of Effective Teaching

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Principles of Effective Teaching

  1. 1. + Understanding 21st Century Learners Shari Beavers
  2. 2. + Effective Instruction  As a classroom teacher your role is to establish learning environments that foster the defined outcomes for your learners  Engage your students in the learning process
  3. 3. + Assess Prior Knowledge  Gather relevant information about each student’s knowledge and skill level  Know what knowledge your students already have
  4. 4. + Consider Individual Differences  Be aware of the multiple learning needs of your students  Different languages  Types of technology at home  Media experiences
  5. 5. + State Objectives  The goal must be specified in order to know what should be accomplished Develop Metacognitive Skills  Skills of monitoring, evaluating, and adjusting their approaches leads to life long learners
  6. 6. + Provide Social Interaction  Learners gain experience when collaborating with others in and beyond the classroom Incorporate Realistic Contexts Students benefit from understanding how their knowledge and skills fit into the world around them
  7. 7. + Offer Frequent, Timely, and Constructive Feedback  Learners need to know if their thinking is on track  Feedback can come from:  A teacher  A tutor  Electronic messages  Scoring in a game  Oneself
  8. 8. + Principles of Effective Technology Utilization  Teachers are expected to be competent in the use of technology in their teaching  National Education Technology Standards For Students Guidelines:  Creativity and innovation  Communication and collaboration  Research and information fluency  Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making  Digital citizenship  Technology operations and concepts
  9. 9. + Principles of Effective Media Utilization  Media Literacy Skills  How to access media  How to understand and analyze content  How to create new media messages   Television   Text Video Guide students to use media sources that at wise, safe, and productive
  10. 10. + Principles of Effective Text Utilization  Text is everywhere!  Textbooks  Fiction and nonfiction books  Newspapers  Booklets  Computer screens  Magazines  Study guides  Manuals  Worksheets  Word-processed documents
  11. 11. + Advantages  Availability  Flexible  Portable  User friendly   No special navigation through them Economical
  12. 12. + Disadvantages  Reading level  Students lacking adequate literacy skills  Memorization  Vocabulary    Texts usually have a large amount of vocabulary words in a short amount of space Overwhelming One-way presentation
  13. 13. + Integration  Font Choice  Background and Patterns  Arrangement  Check and Revise
  14. 14. + Summary  As a teacher you will want to be prepared to engage your students with technology and media to motivate them and help them to gain the types of knowledge and skills they need to be successful learners

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