Have you ever wondered ‘what does a great teacher do’? What’s the difference between a good teacher, and a great teacher? And what is the difference between a teacher and a coach? In today’s podcast we will answer all of these questions, and also talk about teaching methods and discussing how a great teacher or coach can have a tremendous influence on your learning process. So if you’re an avid learner like us, this podcast is perfect for you!
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- Traditional vs. modern teaching methods.
- What does a great teacher do?
- How the traditional “teacher/ student” model is changing.
- What is a Coach? What is a Fluency Guide?
- Do you really need a teacher? or a Fluency Coach?
Words You’ll Learn:
- Skyrocketting: something that increases very steeply or rapidly.
- Outbench: to bench more weight than someone
- To bench: lift weight while you’re on your back
- Jump into a topic: start talking about a certain topic.
- Impart: sharing something, disperse knowledge.
- Essence: the nature or quality of something.
- Empowerment: the process of becoming stronger and more confident.
- Metaphor: a thing regarded as representative or symbolic of something else.
- Dicotomy: a division between two things that are or are represented as opposed.
- Development: something that grows and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate.
- Subjects: a branch of knowledge studied or taught in a school, college, or university.
- Amalgamation: lots of different things that come together as one.
- Flipped classroom: when it’s focused more on the students rather than the teacher.
- Curriculum: the subjects studied in a school, college, etc.
- Project based learning: teaching method in which students learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects.
- To be proactive: to create a situation rather than just responding to it after it has happened.
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