Considering Students

Effective teachers consider their students at all stages of planning and instruction. Knowing how students learn, along with the roles of prior knowledge and emotions in learning and the potential needs of distinct student populations, such as underperforming and at-risk students and international students, can not only increase learning but improve class community by reducing classroom incivilities, but also make your classrooms more inclusive and your teaching more compassionate.

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