1. Use Visuals
2. Make Connections
3. Use Assessments
4. Focus on Strategies
Our brains are machines that thrive on connections. In fact, long-term memory is a complicated web of neurons, or brain cells, banded together. To help students make sense of concepts, provide them with connections to the real world or previously taught lessons. Always begin a new lesson with a reminder of the last. For example, you might say, 'Yesterday, we learned about the numerator in fractions. Today, we'll take a closer look at the other part of a fraction: the denominator.'
Also, pay close attention to how students react to the connections you make. For example, one group might understand best when you use board games as an example, while another group might react better to an example connected to sports.
I have done my B.tech in ECE From one of the most reputed engineering colleges in India. i love math and physics. i am good in aptitude. from childhood i love to play with numbers i used to teach students one grade lower to me.
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