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As a teacher I am well aware that many students do not hear what is said but what they want or expect to hear, and many times they hear nothing at all. This is particularly true when it comes to graded assignments. Students have expectations about what assignments will be given and how they will be graded; they continue to hold these expectations regardless of what is actually assigned. To improve your results, you need to be clear about what is expected. This clarity
OK, so the title of this article might have confused you a little bit. After all, when you go off teaching English overseas, YOU'RE the teacher! What could you possibly LEARN? A lot!
Teaching is tough enough. However, if you really want to make it hard on yourself and turn off your students, try one of these.
With 20-60 minutes to demonstrate your teaching skills the pressure is on! There are many factors which cannot be controlled but many more that can.
Most new teachers starting out in the classroom are aware that while it is important to raise academic standards of today's youth in classroom all across America, it is the professional experience and support that they need especially in their first year of managing a classroom.
Communication with parents is one of the most difficult challenges a new teacher will face. The student teaching experience doe not adequately prepare new teachers for parental interaction and certainly does not prepare new teachers for the difficult parents.