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How do we facilitate our teaching and learning methods?

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How important to us as teachers is the development and maintenance of strong respectful relationships with students?

Are we informed about the lives of our students beyond the institution? Do we relate to them in ways other than merely as a teacher?

Do we have well-articulated, mutually respectful forms of conflict resolution? In what way is our teaching “student-centered?”

What personal systems do we have in place, which enable us to change our practice according to student feedback? What reflective tools do we use in teaching? How important is a holistic approach to us?

Do we try to utilize multiple approaches that cater for different learners’ needs? How do we engage with the non-academic aspects of our students’ lives – the physical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects?

Do we utilize the strength of the group to effect individual achievement? Do we view the students in a collective as well as an individual achievement?

Do we view the students in a collective as well as an individual sense? Do we utilize groups and in what ways?

These situations would meaningfully reflect how we facilitate our teaching and learning methods effectively. In silence, reflect these things if you indeed doing these with a big heart as a teacher. (By IMELDA AMOLO BRUTAS)




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