opportunities. Technology also shares its own consequence. Noticing that people in schools nowadays are being so addicted to these techs make them lack interaction and communication with other students and teachers. The mindset that technology will be the future can be disagreed, even if these artificial intelligence takes over the workspace, as a marketer or teacher we need the skills to communicate with other without the need of these technologies and build back the base of humanity. There are about 7.2
good teaching, but it is teachers themselves who finally ascertain the success of a program. Effective teachers can often compensate for imperfections in the curriculum, the materials, or the resources they make use of in their teaching profession (Richards, 2001). This study, because of the crucial role of teachers in the effective teaching and the existing limitation to consider all the factors contributing to effective teaching, focuses on the teachers and effective teachers in language programs.
the act of teacher questioning. In classroom setting, teachers’ questions and students’ answers are considered a powerful teaching approach if they are used to challenge supposition, and lead to new reason and knowledge. Unfortunately, despite the great impact of the act of teacher questioning in facilitating the process of learning, it has a possibility to demotivate the learners if it is carried out incorrectly. Therefore, the research paper aims to clarify how EFL teachers can design questions
and Banking Education In chapter two of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Paulo Freire, the author, has a challenge with modern education, particularly, banking one. He suggests problem-posing education which is a practice of freedom, dialogue, social interaction, and creativity––therefore, it transforms society. As for banking education, it is reflected in a practice of domination, unilateral decision making, controlling thinking–– then, it marginalizes oppressed in society. In chapter two, Freire does
Why it is important for teachers to take cognizance of the classroom climate Classroom climate is affected not only by blatant instances of inequality directed towards a person or group of people, but also by smaller, more subtle "micro-inequities" that can accumulate to have significant negative impacts on learning Incivilities that are not addressed properly not only negatively impact learning within the course in which it is experienced, but may also negatively influence a student's success
well-organized and effective technology into second language learning and teaching for improving students’ language proficiency has been refined by researchers and educators for many decades. Based on the rapidly changing evolution of technology, it is important for language teachers to recognize how to effectively and efficiently integrate technology into their curriculum design for not only helping students acquire second language easily, but also enhancing their motivation successfully.
provides important tools to help with the making of a lesson plan and at the same time to facilitate online interaction to students, in order to make classroom management even easier as updated technology. Thus, planners should keep in mind that intechnology-enhanced courses, building a community in the cyber classroom and/or distance courses, are usually facilitated by a teacher and thus, interaction is very important in order to get high quality learning, acting as the mediating tool for teaching and
of them are for left-handed people, which is nice. - Classroom equipment: The classroom is fully equipped. It has a huge blackboard that occupies the whole front wall, but also a computer, a projector and a screen. It has a a little stage for the teacher as well. - Space, light, warmth, noise: The classroom has a nice size: Neither too big nor too small. You can not feel neither isolation nor claustrophobia. Moreover, the whole back wall is full of windows (as the picture shows). Thus, the artificial