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Micro Teaching. Coach: Dr. Nongluck Class 2 : The Blind Audition MT1 Mission : understanding our students…. Scopes. Teaching Skills: 21 st Century Educators need to learn to survive Learning Styles : VARK, ASPC Introduction/Icebreaking skills Arousal Techniques Questioning Techniques.

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    1. Micro Teaching Coach: Dr. Nongluck Class 2 : The Blind AuditionMT1 Mission : understanding our students…

    2. Scopes • Teaching Skills: 21st Century Educators need to learn to survive • Learning Styles :VARK, ASPC • Introduction/Icebreaking skills • Arousal Techniques • Questioning Techniques

    3. Teaching Skills • Innate or learned behaviors • Were we born to teach? • Can everyone be a teacher? • What should we know if we want to be good teachers? • What should we emphasize? • Content, knowledge, students, time, budget • What should we learn to construct our teaching skills?

    4. 8 Habits of Highly Effective 21st Century Teachers By Andrew Churches

    5. Teachers’ Characteristics • Adapting • educator must be able to adapt the curriculum and the requirements to teach to the curriculum in imaginative ways. • able to adapt software and hardware designed for a business model into tools to be used by a variety of age groups and abilities. • able to adapt to a dynamic teaching experience.

    6. Being Visionary • Imagination is a crucial component of the educator of today and tomorrow. • The visionary teacher can look at others' ideas and envisage how they would use these in their class. • Collaborating • Sharing • Contributing • Adapting • Inventing

    7. Taking Risks • You must take risks and sometimes surrender yourself to the students' knowledge. • Have a vision of what you want and what the technology can achieve, • identify the goals and facilitate the learning, • use the strengths of the digital natives to understand and navigate new products, have them teach each other, • trust your students.

    8. Learning • Expect their students to be lifelong learners • Communicating • Facilitate • Stimulate • Control • Moderate • manage

    9. Modelling Behavior • Teachers are often the most consistent part of students’ life, seeing them more often, for longer and more reliably than even students’ parents. • Leading • Clear goals and objectives • Leadership is crucial to the success or failure

    10. Learning Styles • There are various learning styles, but I’m using the VARK model for our micro teaching class. • VARK • VISUAL • AUDIO • READING • KINETICS • Teaching styles should match our learners’ learning styles!

    11. Students’ Learning Styles

    12. ASPC

    13. ASPC

    14. ASPC

    15. ASPC

    16. Learning Styles Employability skills

    17. Brainstorming • What learning styles are we? • What learning styles are your friends? • Which one do you think learn best?

    18. Introduction/ Icebreaking • What is icebreaking? Let’s think… • How to break the ice with your students? • What should we do during this time? • How long should it take to intro?

    19. Arousal Techniques • Problems or issues or concerns when we teach the class • How can we arouse our students? • What are arousal techniques? • Which arousal techniques work in what situations? • Should we arouse more often/every time/rarely/most of the time and why? • When we arouse too often, what effects will they be?

    20. Questioning Techniques • How do we know when or what students learn? • What methods or techniques do we use to check our students knowledge? • How often do we check our students?

    21. Bloom’s and Ashcner’s Categories

    22. References • Churches, A. Teaching Skills: What 21st Century Educators Need to Learn to Survive • http://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching-skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/#ixzz2Bbqeifuk • http://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching-skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/#ixzz2Bbqmll2U • http://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching-skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/#ixzz2BbqrsWyK • http://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching-skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/#ixzz2BbrDcNXy

    23. Check your learning styles • http://linkup.tafesa.edu.au/learning_styles_evaluation.html • Questioning techniques • Bluestein, J. E. Being a Successful Teacher: A Practical Guide to Instruction and Management. Pp.240