How to get to know your students

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Mind Map by sof nasa, updated more than 1 year ago
sof nasa
Created by sof nasa about 6 years ago


How to get to know your students,tool for teachers

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How to get to know your students
  1. Knowledge of students
    1. Aptitudes
      1. Talents
        1. Learning styles
          1. Stage of development
            1. Readiness to learn new material
              1. Individual needs
              2. Strategies
                1. Games, activities...
                2. Why is important to know them?
                  1. How to identify bullying
                    1. How to identify problems at home
                      1. How to make your students know each other
                        1. Why is that important?
                          1. Resolution of conflicts
                            1. Education in values
                              1. Education for peace
                              2. How does the excent of socialization affect the learning process
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