Yes, I agree with you. Teacher should not only focus on the syllabus , but should also give personal attention or focus on all students and not only on merit students. When teacher focuses on only syllabus completion, some average students might not be able to graph the things properly and as a result of this the average students performance will be low in exams, It is also true that teacher knows the exact strength of students. So on these bases she should guide the students properly where they are lacking. Sometimes due to heavy syllabus and due to shortage of time , teacher might focus on the syllabus, in that case , she should devise such techniques which will help all merit students along with average performance students to understand the syllabus. Apart from this she can keep various practice tests to know the students performance and to give them advise on their shortcomings.
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Active learning takes place when classes are interactive and the student participates with keen interest in the learning process. Teachers can make classroom sessions interesting by posing questions and discussing the responses from the students. Whatever the response, the teacher should encourage the student who comes forward with an answer and never criticize or stifle a student. Group discussions, role plays, group presentations promote self-study and stimulate enormous interest in the learner.
Using computers to display simulations, diagrams and tables of data can save a lot of time, so that the teacher doesn't have to hurry up with the lessons. With good planning, the teacher can select topics for group discussion, for presentations and for self-study so that the students are always kept busy. Once a student's interest is kindled, the process of learning accelerates and teaching becomes a collaborative effort. The teacher need not worry about the syllabus anymore because the students will willingly cooperate and, together, they can ensure that learning takes place.
Yes, You are right the teachers focus always at their syllabus. I think it is not correct. A good or an efficient teacher should focus both on the students and syllabus. If students are not interested at the the teaching then what is use of focus on syllabus. The teacher job is not a single faced job . It is multi faced job. From entering in to the class till to the end of the class every moment and his movement should be in his control, otherwise no use of the teacher effort in shaping the the students for their future in a closed class romm.
"Education is the movement from darkness to light"
If success is 1, then its definite that you're starting from Zero!
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Most of the teachers try to finish the easier task first, by completing the syllabus. The dedication of teachers has started taking a backdrop. They try to prove themselves and satisfy their ego by cocentrating on the bright and intelligent students. The average and dull students just keep mum out of fear of getting scolding s from teachers or they are not interested in the class at all. The prime duty of the teacher should be gather the entire attention of the class and ensure that every student participates in the classroom teaching. Teachers should ensure that all students are free to ask any questions and if the clarification of doubt would take time then special attention can be given to that student after class hours. Yes, the prime responsibility of the teacher is to enable students grasp the subject and not just comp,Erin of syllabus.
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But I know one of the teacher of my school. She was very nice teacher as she used to make us understand the topic till all the students don't get it. She never used to get angry to explain it again and again.
We do need such teachers; who can make us feel comfortable and also who teach all the students equally.
In such a class the actress is given the responsibility to teach. She does it so well that no other teacher in previous years could do.The students of the class were not even provided with proper study material because of their anti social activities. But this new teacher made them read books about people who stood against anti social activities and racial discrimination through her creative and innovative teaching methods.
If you judge people, you have no time to love them.
yes, I am agree with you.. Most of the time teachers use to focus on completing the syllabus instead of developing students' mind.. At the result of it, students can't prepare their lessons fruitfully.. Even I am a college student.. I also see our teachers are so fast in complete the syllabus though the students understand or not.. If this situation going on like this then students will loose interest in studies in future.. And what will the result of it, you also know that.. Teaching is not the process of completing the syllabus.. It is a process by which the students can be comfortable with the situation.. One should teach his/her students in an enthusiastic way so that students can take part in every learning section.. It will not only increase the knowledge of students but also students will become very energetic..
"LEARN WELL TO TEACH WELL"