This means their will be few consistent practices that help learners across the board acquire essential knowledge and skills. An approach that one student views as useful may be profoundly confusing and unsettling to the other. Thus, skillful teaching is what helps students to learn, keeping in mind the specific techniques of effective teaching to offer a strong foundation in the students’ studies.
It is the responsibility of a teacher to put in place various techniques that can draw students towards success despite their age. Teachers can successfully handle any given situation arising in the classroom and manage to assist students to learn as well as use and apply the knowledge and skills outside the classroom and in their specific professions (Brookfield, 2009). These practices may be more vital to underprepared adults as most of them lack the foundation and ability for thorough college curriculum yet have adult duties, which excessively demand on their resources and time. Teachers can thus utilize the following techniques:
According to Angelo & Cross, 1993, proficiency in the topic at hand is critical for all teachers in a career or traditional college. A professor must be able to demonstrate the subject matter in various ways, in addition to having in-depth knowledge of the skills and concepts he or she is teaching as well as a deep level of content in the field. Although knowledge of the subject matter that is documented by specialized credentials is significant, it is not sufficient for effective traditional college professors. The ability to convey that information to students who lack the foundation of the subject matter is the key challenge. Unluckily, many new teachers attempt to utilize the same teaching methods that their graduate professors successfully used, since this is their current experience with the learning/teaching environment.
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