5 Critical Teaching Skills: Communication, Facilitation, Courage, Hygeine, Leadership
Critical Teaching Skill 1 of 5: Communication
Active communication is easy: talking, sharing, giving direction. Many teachers are skilled at this. Passive communication is much more difficult, and equally important. Having the ability to listen, read body language, and have patience is critical; it shows respect for students, and gains respect and cooperation in return. It is also the best way to quickly reach a differentiated learning model because the sooner you know your students, the sooner you can facilitate and meet their specific learning needs.
Stay tuned for the next four!