Teachers intimidating students

Only teaching the same couple of classes semester after semester.Branching out and teaching a variety of classes helps brush you up on your on skills and can introduce you to a new variety of students. Instructors who do not do what they say they will do are not effective.

Otherwise, they should move about and around the room in order to establish eye contact and physical contact with the entire class.A lectern can be an intimidating wall that separates the students from the professor.When they feel intimidated, they mentally isolate themselves.Keep the syllabus specific and legalistic (like the U. Constitution) rather than lofty and idealistic (like the Declaration of Independence).

The Declaration inspired the revolution and embodied its ideals: government by the consent of the governed; all men are created equal–great theory.

–Alison Williams, Faculty, Math, Santiago Canyon College, CA The trust relationship with the student is destroyed by this. –Sally Flesch, Black Hawk College, IL Many students, both young and more mature, enter some classes with reservations.

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