How can a teacher make students learn and what to be learned?

ครูจะให้เด็กเรียนรู้อะไร และเรียนรู้อย่างไร

  • Nitaya Suwanasri
Keywords: teacher and students, How can students learn, what to be learned

Abstract

Education is an important tool in development of people to be highly qualified. The tool used should help to develop people’s body, mind, and brain. Education is giving guidance and promoting a person to be grown in learning to read, think, and work after his own potentiality according his own objectives to help others appropriately and live happily in society. Teacher’s roles to fulfill the aims in making the students learned should be considered through the areas of students learning outcomes. From the curriculum, it could be seen that the following of 6 areas; ethic and morality, knowledge, intelligence, numerical skill, communication and information technology and learning. The most vital in today world is “ethic and morality”. The content and the method of teaching-learning nowadays should be based on learners’ need, teaching-learning process can be called learner-based learning. The methodologies in learner –based and teaching learning emphasized on the learners’ thinking, cooperating, acting, working together and producing.

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Published
2019-06-28