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TOPIC: Classwork: How to Keep Elementary Students Curious

Classwork: How to Keep Elementary Students Curious 9 months 2 days ago #2102

The child may lose motivation when the material is given too easily: “Why should I study, I already know everything.” Or vice versa - when he cannot cope with difficulties and loses faith in his strength. The task of the teacher is to help the child not to lose interest in learning in time. Wunderpark International School Primary School Counselor explains how to keep learning interesting.

Individual student itinerary

Educators notice that often children lose interest in learning when tasks can be done without much effort. Or vice versa: the student does not understand the algorithms and instructions, makes many mistakes and gets tired very quickly. All these are signals that the teacher incorrectly assessed the level of knowledge of the child. To avoid such situations, we determine the characteristics of each student and choose the level of difficulty at which the child will not easily cope with tasks and at the same time see success. Such a method will be convenient in order to learn effectively and especially in writing written papers. At the same time, it will be even better for the child if he uses the help of Bidforwriting and then the child will be able to cope with any homework. This method will be very effective during the training period.

We use pedagogical diagnostics from the "Primary School of the XXI century" system. Assignments consist of writing material. If a child understands the structure of writing written papers and when he asks for help with an essay , then in this case he will learn how to write a written paper with high quality. We pay attention to how the child understands the problem, analyzes the proposed material, builds a solution, looks for additional material, whether he can find mistakes and correct them.

Based on the test results, we select learning tasks for each student that will help them develop and not make them bored during the lessons.

Group work in the classroom

Another way to maintain motivation is group work in the classroom and individual work within each group. A group can consist of three or four people or more, gather according to the level of knowledge, the desire of children, or by chance - it depends on the task. This helps not only to write quality written work, but also improves relations between students. Thus, if they use, then they will achieve good learning outcomes. This is a very effective way to keep you motivated to learn.

We use blended learning technologies, apply elements of the Singaporean methodology and the “change of work zones” technique. In the latter, while the teacher is working with one group, the rest of the children study theoretical material, complete assignments in notebooks or online. The teacher can appoint a student-advisor to the group - a child who knows the material well and can teach classmates.

In a mathematics lesson, working with the topic “Multiplication of a multi-digit number by a single number”, children in a low-level group study with a teacher, the middle group receives a task on the Yandex.Textbook platform, and a strong group tries to independently build a multiplication algorithm based on theory and explain to his classmates.
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Classwork: How to Keep Elementary Students Curious 7 months 1 week ago #2771

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Keynotes (1893) is a collection of short stories by George Egerton, the pseudonym of Mary Chavelita Dunne (1859–1945), born in Melbourne. George Egerton was the pen name of Mary Chavelita Dunne (1859-1945). She was the most substantial and striking of the women writers. Her first volume of short stories, Keynotes (1893), published by John Lane with a cover by Beardsley.
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