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    David L Silvernail
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Subject Matter Knowledge is related to teacher's understanding of subject information, concepts, principles, and pedagogical thinking and decision making (Stronge (2010).

Subject Matter Knowledge is related to teacher's understanding of subject information, concepts, principles, and pedagogical thinking and decision making (Stronge (2010).

The relationship between teaching styles and student academic achievement is considered

The relationship between teaching styles and student academic achievement is considered. Specifically considered are the use of questions structuring activities, presentation of material, and ways of improving the total ambience of the classroom.

These teaching styles highlight the five main strategies teachers use in the classroom, as well as the . Pros: This style trains students to ask questions and helps develop skills to find answers and solutions through exploration; it is ideal for teaching science and similar subjects.

These teaching styles highlight the five main strategies teachers use in the classroom, as well as the benefits and potential pitfalls of each. The Authority, or lecture style. The authority model is teacher-centered and frequently entails lengthy lecture sessions or one-way presentations. Cons: Challenges teacher to interact with students and prompt them toward discovery rather than lecturing facts and testing knowledge through memorization.

Your teaching style incorporates your understanding of the different ways students learn, how you manage the classroom and how you view your students

Your teaching style incorporates your understanding of the different ways students learn, how you manage the classroom and how you view your students. Are they empty vessels waiting to absorb the knowledge you impart? Or do the students play a more active role, engaging in the learning process through activities? Describe your interaction with the students and how you engage with them. What type of teacher are you? Your style is unique to you. Giving an example of a lesson plan or activity, you do with your students to reveal more of who you are as a teacher. Here are some words you could use.

This teaching style focuses on letting the student explore and actively participate in learning. The students’ progress will be loosely guided, and the teacher will work on encouraging the students to be more independent, more exploratory, and involve more hands-on learning. Rather than being a dictator, the teacher is more of a guide, giving the students advice and supporting their efforts. Students are expected to participate and play an active role in their own learning. There are three models under this subcategory. Using this model, teachers can include less formal teaching strategies like encouraging students to be entrepreneurs.

Collective Teacher Efficacy is the collective belief of teachers in their ability to positively affect students. Here is a quick overview of John Hattie’s new number one influence. Image (c) Visible Learning Plus – ww. isiblelearningplus. John Hattie and his team have presented Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE) as the new number one influence related to student achievement several times, . at the Annual Visible Learning Conference (2016) or the Collaborative Impact Conference.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. With all of the focus in K12 Education on Teacher Effectiveness and how it impacts Student Achievement, this book stands apart. It is light on opinion and strong on well organized data. A must read for anyone interested in School Improvement.

The quality of teaching has a big impact on the achievement of students’ .

The quality of teaching has a big impact on the achievement of students’ from poorer backgrounds, and effective questioning and assessment are at the heart of great teaching. This involves giving enough time for children to practise new skills and introducing learning progressively. 4. Teacher beliefs count. This can result in teachers not accomodating to the various different needs within one group and in some instances going too fast with high-ability groups and too slow with low ones.

Motivation is increased when students’ learning styles are acknowledged and responded t.

Motivation is increased when students’ learning styles are acknowledged and responded to. Students having short attention spans process globally and work on multiple tasks simultaneously. The author believes if a teacher is going to lecture, the following method for introducing new and difficult material through each student’s perceptual strengths; reinforcing through a secondary or tertiary strengths increase the effectiveness of lecturing. Can you identify your own teaching style strengths? If you are an analytic processor, you never concentrated on how to teach reading, maths, or science globally. If you a global processor, you rarely stay on a task without a structured lecture's plan.

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