Kiyomichi – What kind of teaching method is the most effective for students?

    In my experience, the teacher lectured according to the textbook except only a few questions and answers. Most of cases, we had to write the articles which the teacher wrote on the blackboard. Those situation made us to improve the writing skills only. I remember that it didn’t help me improve thinking skills ever.

    After graduation, we encountered so many troubles and problems. In this case, we need to focus on the direct problem and consider how to solve it. Then we can study how to avoid those problems if we make something in design purpose. I believe this problem solving procedure would apply to school education. For example, a small group of students discuss with the applied issue and they create their solution with each other. And they present their result for other students. Those methods take advantage of discussion cordination and organization. And they can consider the issue creativity.

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3 Responses to Kiyomichi – What kind of teaching method is the most effective for students?

  1. marirene says:

    I agree with you that discussion is always very good teaching method and is very successful to development many others skills.

  2. Erin says:

    There are benefits to lectures, but there is also ways to make the response to lectures be challenging for students. I think it would help stuedent to have to write a response of their opinion towards the subject they have just heard a lecture. This will allow them to decide if they agree or not, and will allow them to critically think about the subject.

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