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21 Helpful Teaching Tips

21 Helpful Teaching Tips

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Feeling tired and frustrated about your teaching job? Find out how to get full control of your learners. This report reveals 21 helpful ideas that will make teaching a lot easier for you:


With your classroom filled to overflowing, and the pressure from authorities to complete administrative tasks, it is easy to forget why you became an Educator in the first pace. Let's be honest, you were trained to manage a class of 20 to 25 learners.This has changed dramatically. Most of you now have to cope with overflowing classrooms, sometimes having as many as 40 to 50 learners on a daily basis from
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Feeling tired and frustrated about your teaching job? Find out how to get full control of your learners. This report reveals 21 helpful ideas that will make teaching a lot easier for you:


With your classroom filled to overflowing, and the pressure from authorities to complete administrative tasks, it is easy to forget why you became an Educator in the first pace. Let's be honest, you were trained to manage a class of 20 to 25 learners.This has changed dramatically. Most of you now have to cope with overflowing classrooms, sometimes having as many as 40 to 50 learners on a daily basis from Grade R and up. This leaves you, the teacher, in an untenable situation of spending more time than usual to get the learners ready to receive their tuition. Does this sound familiar?Ultimately, all you need are some easy logical tips to get you going again. Right?


These 21 teaching tips, will ensure your learners will: 

  1. Waste less time settling down

  2. Engage more effectively
     
  3. Be less noisy
     
  4. Pay attention
     
  5. Make lessons fun and interesting
     
  6. Improve classroom behaviour
     
  7. Lessen behaviours like tattling, blaming and other disruptive behaviours
     
  8. Build relationships that are mature (age appropriate as opposed to infantile behaviours)