Good Teachers Explain, Great Teachers Enliven

When a teacher teaches in the classroom, explain the topic but the explanation should not be just explanation, it should be taught in such a way that students could relate it with real life. It should be practical and it can make the character alive in the minds of students. He should also explain them what is the use of it in their lives. Students should be able to feel it rather than just hearing a lecture from the teacher related to the topic. For that the teachers should prepare his lesson so attractive and realistic so that students will be attracted or their concentration will be only on the topic. Teaching should be like gravity which attract everything towards its center. For example if a teacher wants to teach solar system rather than just drawing the pictures of planets and explaining it, she should ask the children to prepare models of planets one day before and he should prepare the classroom as a part of the space and then he should explain practically and make the children understand the topic.  In this way he will make the children so attentive in the classroom and he will get better learning outcome.

First photo is from The Fabindia School, the second is from Google Images
Our learning from “Can We Teach A Zebra Some Algebra by Debashis Chatterjee
- Vimmy Rajpurohit,  Monika Vaishnav, Gajendra Mewara & Jafar Khan
The Fabindia School

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