Has A Bad Memory For Isolated Facts
  • Offer a variety of evaluation and assessment methods (not only exams)
  • Connect the tasks to real life experience and out of school reality. Your students will have learned a great deal in the course of their lives. If you cant connect your subject to every day life in any way, you should ask your self why your students need to learn it. If even you can't see the connection, how can you expect them to do so? It often takes some creative thinking and we as teachers need to go out of our routine thinking to see the connection but if we do, it will help our students a lot to see the advantages and need to learn the subject, competences or skills
  • Give students the opportunity to connect and organize the material and content onto meaningful wholes instead of isolated facts
  • Offer co-operative learning tasks where the students can discuss their understanding

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