Here are some ways by which a teacher can attract the attention of his students.
1. Promote Contact between Students & Faculty.
The most important factor in student inspiration and participation is everyday student-faculty contact in and out of classes. Knowing some faculty associates well develops students’ intellectual assurance and gives them confidence to consider their future plans and own values. Faculty concern helps students get through rough times and keep on working.
2. Develop collaboration among Students and Reciprocity.
When there is a team effort and not a solo race, learning is enhanced. There is an increase in learning when working with others. Reacting to others’ reactions and sharing your own ideas intensify understanding and grinds thinking. Good learning, like good work, is mutual and communal, not competitive and inaccessible.
3. Cheer energetic Learning.
Just memorizing assignments, listening to teachers, sitting in the class and spitting out answers is not called learning and a student won’t learn much from it. Learning is not an onlooker sport. They must make these learning a part of them. They must relate to what they are learning.
4. Provide punctual Feedback.
To benefit from courses the students need appropriate feedback on performance. When they start, they need help in assessing competence and existing data. A student needs suggestions for improvement and needs more opportunities to perform. At the end, students need chances to reflect on what they have achieved and what they still have to learn.
5. Highlight Time on Task
Learning is about time and energy. There is no substitute for time on task. One of the most critical things is learning to use time. Students need help in time management.
Assigning sensible amounts of time means effective teaching for faculty and learning for students.
6. Correspond High Prospects.
The more you expect the more you will get. High potentials are important for everyone
When teachers and associations make extra efforts and hold high expectations for them, expecting students to perform well becomes a self-fulfilling prediction
7. Compliment Ways of Learning and Miscellaneous Talents
There are many roads towards learning. There are different talents and styles that are been brought to college by the people. The students who are thumbs in the lab or art studios might be brilliant in the seminar room. The students who are good in practical may not do so well in the theories. Students need chances to show their talents and learn by the way which is good for them. They cannot be pushed to learn in the way which is not so easy for them.
The improvement of the undergraduate education is in the hands of the teachers and students. That doesn’t mean they don’t need help from others. The leaders of college and universities, federal and state officials and accrediting associations have the power to form a surrounding that is positive to good practice in higher education.