2. The student with whom you will be working has no organizational or time-management skills. How would you help this student get on track? How can you help the student see the relevance of these skills in being successful in his/her goals (academic and otherwise)?
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1. When working with a small group of students, how can you individualize your approach?
Cooperative learning and small group instruction offers an opportunity to tailor one's pedagogical approach. For example, teachers are able to build interpersonal relationships more easily through this method. Since affective learning is a key to success, fostering relationships is so vital. When students see the teacher as a real person and mentor, not just an authority figure, classroom learning flourishes.
In addition to relationship building and affective teaching ...
This posting talks about how to cater learning toward individuals.