Did you know that you can create kids that are motivated and confident? You can – and these particularly enlightened students are often referred to as empowered learners.
To create empowered learners, you need to use teaching strategies that can instill a sense of confidence – enough to prep students enough to get students prepped enough to address and solve challenging tasks.
Janelle Cox, a seasoned educator and writer based in Upstate New York, knows a few things about creating empowered learners. With that enlightened background, Janelle takes a look at some teaching strategies that will get you to think about creating empowered leaders.
Janelle’s ideas include:
- Teaching Strategies to Understand Student Interests
- Consider Students’ Readiness Level
- Give Students Responsibility
- Invite Student Input
- And More!
Janelle sums up her article thusly: “Empowering students may feel like quite a task to accomplish. However, by doing so, you may just end up with a classroom filled with motivated and engaged students.