An Account of Teaching Strategies which Promote Student-Initiation

Ahmed Mohammed Alduais

Abstract



It has actually become a habit that I (teacher) am the one who talks a lot inside the classroom and you (student) are the one who talks a little and listens more inside the classroom. Needless to say, everyone’s method (strategy) is entirely different from everyone else strategy regarding teaching strategies. Yet, every learner’s ability of understanding is also entirely different from another learner’s ability of understanding. Thus, we need actually to know: why this paper is promoting for student initiation teaching strategies? What does a strategy of teaching mean? What does student-initiation mean? What are the strategies that can promote for student-initiation? What are the advantages of such an introduced approach (student-initiation)? The paper has been concluded with naming a number of the approaches, which can be used to promote for student-initiation. More importantly, a number of the strategies (both collected and suggested) based on discussion and previous studies have been suggested as strategies promoting for student-initiation.

 

Keywords: Teaching strategies, student initiation strategies, students learning preferences, teacher teaching preferences


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v3i2.2614

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