Education, as with other industries, has evolved in leaps and bounds in recent years. Several different teaching techniques have emerged due to this change in education. Here are five strategies that proved to be extremely effective in my classroom. Student-centered Education gives your class the best way to take ownership of their learning and making a relationship with each other. But young people have a natural tendency toward chaos, so it is very important to build a clear structure to make student centered discussions succeed.
Making connections is the best process of learning and Real-life connections make learning interesting and relevant for students. In physics class, students build their physical models to apply theory to real life. It is very essential to examine your curriculum and see what repeatable applications you can bring into the classroom Education.
Students will be much more engaged, and those real-world connections will be very helpful for the students to understand the content and theories you’re teaching much better than by simply reading a textbook. Before beginning your lecture, you should talk with your students about your expectations for the discussion. You can either describe it as just another assignment or tell them it’s a special event where they are no longer talked at by an adult but are instead leaders of their learning.
Create a circle and engage all students to sit in a circle and face each other in an equally connected way. One student is never above another, and no one’s back is to anyone. You must stand outside the circle. This shows you are not a part of the discussion but rather an observer who will try to stay silent once it starts. You should step in only to break up disruptions, clarify specific questions or encourage students to move on if they keep rehashing the same idea.