Sunday, July 29, 2012

881. Keeping on improving

One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “You can sometimes praise or recognize such or such student’s success in getting a good grade, but also tell that other student that he or she is striving to do things well, for example, that student is dedicating more time to their homework.

So praise not only success but effort. And do it better privately.

Another point, but has to do with the former: correct that student’s bad behavior with fortitude: don’t keep quiet. On other posts we have talked about helping a student correct some behavior point, by speaking one-to-one, privately, not at his classmates’ presence. And let him recognize he did wrong – it’s not only you that has to say everything; let him realize he did wrong.” / Photo from: irishcentral com
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