Wednesday, 28 Oct 2020
Category: Assessment of Student Learning I
THE OUTCOMES OF STUDENT LEARNING

THE OUTCOMES OF STUDENT LEARNING

The shift of focus in education from content to student learning outcomes has changed teachers’ instructional perspective. In the past, teachers were often heard about their concern to finish their subject matter before the end of the term. Maybe because of the number of their students or failure to clarify the desired learning outcomes, teacher’s […]

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CAREER STAGES

CAREER STAGES

Teacher professional development happens in a continuum from beginning to exemplary practice. Anchored on the principle of lifelong learning, the set of professional standards for teachers recognizes the significance of a standards framework that articulates developmental progression as teachers develop, refine their practice and respond to the complexities of educational reforms.

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Instructional and Assessment

Instruction refers to the various way of teaching, teaching styles, approaches, techniques and steps in delivering the curriculum. It is a complex activity that requires teachers to uses a variety of action to accomplish variety of action to accomplish a variety of functions.

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Teaching and Learning Together

How does the teacher and learning connect to each other? One process cannot succeed without the success or support of the other. A teacher cannot claim she/he has taught if the learners have not learned substantially. The teaching style of the teachers should jibe with the learners learning s style.  Unless the two are fit, […]

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