· and circumstances. · Motivate students to represent

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Give students a problem to solve that has
multiple solutions. Guide them with hint and examples.

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Use collaborative teaching and learning expertise
and group up students so they complement each other’s abilities.

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Provide extra material for students who need
essential background knowledge or skills.

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Use multiple teaching activities and techniques
to place a broad range of students.

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Stimulate students to speak up when they do not perceive.

6.     Respect diverse talents and ways of learning

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Work individually with students who are compete
to encourage them to stay motivated.

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Assist students set challenging goals for their
own learning.

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Tell students that everyone works at different
levels and they should strive to put forth their best effort, regardless of
what level it is.

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Motivate students to work hard in class.

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Give students positive reward for doing outstanding
work.

5.    
Communicate high
expectations

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Teach students about time distribution.

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Have extent deadlines for projects and
assignments.

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Be realize that time on task is real learning,
not busy work.

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Help students set challenging objectives for
their own learning.

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Clearly communicate to your students the minimum
amount of time they should consume preparing for class and working on
assignments.

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Anticipate students to complete their
assignments promptly.

4.    
Emphasize time on task

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Return grades for assignments, projects, and
tests within one week.

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Arrange question and answer sessions.

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Discuss the outcome of class assignments and
exams with the class and individual students.

·        
Provide instructive remark that show the
students’ errors and give suggestions on how they can improve.

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Arrange presentations with a five-minute period
for students to present what they have learned in class.

3.    
Give prompt feedback

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Arrange problem solving activities in small
groups and have each group discuss their solutions with the class.

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Use of simulation software to run
“what-if” scenarios allows students to manipulate variables and
circumstances.

·        
Motivate students to represent their work to the
class.

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Encourage students to suggest new thinking,
projects, or course activities.

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Give students solid, real-life problems to
analyze.

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Guide students to relate what they are learning
to something in real life.

2.    
Encourage active learning

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Encourage students from different casts and races
to share their viewpoints on topics shared in class.

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Encourage students to participate in groups when
working on assignments.

·        
Assign group projects and presentations

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Try students engage in class activities that
encourage them to get to know one another.

·        
Use cooperative learning groups

1.     Develop reciprocity and cooperation among students

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Chat with students on personal level and learn
about their educational and career goals.

·        
Share personal affairs and values.

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Encourage students to present their thinking and
participate in class discussions.

·        
Guide students relevant to academic courses and
career opportunities.

·        
Individualize feedback on students’ assignment.

·        
Give help to students with problems in their
extracurricular activities.