Tips to Create a Positive Learning Experience

Gloria
October 12, 2012 — 1,010 views  

Teachers all over the world work hard to create a positive learning experience in classrooms. However to set up a positive atmosphere, the instructors need to ensure that the lessons being taught in class are relevant and possess the capabilities to motivate learners. Students should actively participate in the learning process and must develop a desire to gain knowledge in their various fields of interests. Now here are the crucial tips to let you develop a positive learning experience in the classroom.

Involve the Learners

Discuss with the students about the activities (online class registration, donation collection, etc.) and events that you plan to organize during the term. Every student has his own set of ideas about how to address a specific issue. It is good to brainstorm about possible options of dealing with a situation or a class activity. Let them come up with their ideas and share it with the class. Note down their feedback and suggestions; you never know you may come across some excellent ways to tackle rough situations!

Build the Necessary Discipline to Look at Failure and Success

Mistakes are a valuable source of learning. Hence, don't punish a student in case he makes a mistake for the very first time. Explain where he has gone wrong and how he needs to go deep into the situation to come out with a valid answer. Often a good decision process can still suffer from bad outcomes just as a bad decision may create wonders for an organization or an individual. Thus, a mistake can open up new channels of thinking and addressing a problem previously not explored.

 

Use a Variety of Learning Methods

You can introduce fun elements in the way you conduct your classes. For example, instead of the same old method of giving lectures, why not start an audio-visual slide show providing informative content with pictures supporting the text. This will motivate your students to follow up closely rather than sit idly listening to you. You can even encourage small group activities, group discussions, and role plays within the classroom to make the learning experience more interactive and engaging.

Increased Interaction beyond the Classroom

Allow the students to email their queries to you at their convenience. Create an online private social network to let all the learners join in and initiate a conversation with you. You can also be available on Skype for the students to chat with you and share valuable documents and website links. Thus, online interaction lets the teachers provide instant solutions to complex problems beyond school hours.

 

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Gloria