specially in examples and when students are trying out on something, opt out does not give a student the opportunity to say they do not know the answer to the question but instead enables them to give the answer to the question even if it is wrong. It also helps to maintain the number of correct answers that students give in a classroom therefore maintaining the standards. To achieve the set target of 100% a teacher ought to follow the principles of which the facilitator opts to use the least invasive form of intervention, emphasize on the observed compliance and relying on the firm, calm refinement. In order to achieve these, most teachers tend to stress on the universal expectations that are strategically impersonal. (pg.87)
A commanding voice often reinforces and calls for change immediately especially in students. It helps teachers establish command, control and respect. Strong voice engages five principles which are; economy of language, not over talking, not engaging, standing still and quite power. This reinforces classroom attention and high chances of no opt out behavior which does not only maintain but also reinforces and enhances classroom behaviuor (pg 97).
Teachers tend to respond quickly to right answers given by the students and which shows acceptance in the answers provided by the learners. This helps a teacher to defend and set a high standard of the answers given in their classes. No opt out and right is right only work together if right answers are given at the right time, students tend to think and go beyond the teacher only to show how good they are which is risky. It is also important for a teacher to give simply the enough content and put students into extra cognitive work which leads to much thinking without getting the concept thus productive learning. (pg 53).
These helps to maintain the performance of the students because it helps check on the understanding levels through regular assessments during teaching and enables the teacher to ...Show more