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Old 15-03-2023, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Like what was mentioned in one of the earlier posts, to manage your workload, you should consider assigning less homework, assign MCQs as homework, get students to do peer or self marking for immediate feedback, reject one to one consultations, instead get students to leverage on one anotherís strengths to address queries, only if the whole class doesnít understand then reteach. You will be amazed how classmates can influence one another positively in their school work.
This type of teacher, if put in a high needs neighbourhood school, contributes to the negative stereotypes and public perception of a teacher's job. They reinforce the idea that some people have that school teachers are useless in helping their child achieve academic outcomes, and it's the quality of tuition they receive that matters.
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