A+ teacher: how to help your students succeed

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Digital jolt

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Things are changing in the educational world, and you need to change with it because there are effective digital tools that can help a child succeed. Many kids are growing up in this information technology world, meaning they understand how to use digital platforms well enough. One effective tool is the Instructables tool.

This program allows you to borrow engaging lesson plans from teachers around the country, and it also lets you share some of your successful creations. All the details of the plan are within the app, so it should be easy for you to use it to teach. This is just one example, but there are others like the Edmodo that allows teachers to create a digital classroom for students, teachers, and parents to communicate better.

Create expectations

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Students will likely excel if you give them the opportunity to reach higher ground. This means you have to make sure your students know that you expect a lot out of them. Your students are going to want to please you, so make sure you recognise their accomplishments when they do attain them.

Another thing you should keep in mind is to print or share grades constantly. This helps students know where they stand in the class, and it gives them an opportunity to improve if they have fallen behind their peers. Be open to your students’ pleas to improve their grade because it shows students that you believe they are capable of being the kind of students you want them to be.

Now, you know a few more techniques that you can use to enhance your students’ learning experience. Do not be afraid to ask for help from members of your faculty because they might have some good ideas. Be sure to interject your own ideas because good lesson plans always have a bit of the teacher’s personality.

 

Special thanks to Kara Masterson for providing us with this article. Kare is a freelance writer from West Jordan, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing and spending time with her dog, Max.

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