The current, Online classes becoming more and more popular and becoming a new trend in modern education. In online classes, the role of students has become more active than before. They gradually show responsibility and dynamism in the process of learning and acquiring knowledge. So what should teachers do to foster a sense of responsibility among students? Some suggestions below!
Share teacher expectations
During your first online lesson, take the time to talk to your students about your expectations for academic progress and the goals you want them to achieve. It could be school norms or classroom rules.
In particular, you can also email students (or students’ parents) 5 -10 days before the start of the online course to give an overview of the course, materials and equipment that students need to prepare. equipment and detailed class schedule information. This will help students actively grasp the learning process and organize everything themselves in a logical way.
Rewards to promote accountability
Rewarding students is equally important to increase student accountability. Teachers can share praise publicly in the online classroom or post commendation content on an online chat platform. Another way to recognize student effort is to allow students to choose rewards right in the online classroom, even small rewards such as the right to choose a background image for the teaching platform, or distribute a video. funny song before class…
Also, send meaningful messages to students and parents individually when students have successfully completed their assignments.
Have a clear schedule and progress
In order for students to successfully complete their tasks, teachers also need to help students manage time and work progress. Accordingly, set specific deadlines for each task, send regular reminders so that students do not forget the deadline to complete.
One way to help students stay on top of progress is to break large assignments into smaller assignments. For example, in an essay assignment, teachers can set separate deadlines for sections including outline, outline and final essay. This will help each student in your online class to always move forward at a steady pace.
Share responsibility with students
Another important secret for students to increase their responsibility in online classes is that teachers should “empower” students.
For jobs where teachers often make decisions, give students some control. For example, taking attendance, suggesting online class rules, setting deadlines for assignments, promoting class atmosphere, “grading” the work of classmates… By doing this, students will have more motivation to develop themselves, increase independence and responsibility in their learning activities.
The above 4 great suggestions will help teachers promote self-expression of students in e-learning classrooms. From here, students will actively learn and create to capture knowledge in the best way. If you have any other helpful tips to help promote online classes, Please share with Teachmint!