Primary Subject Resources Life Skills Personal development – How Self-esteem Impacts on Learning

Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) and The Open University (2016) Primary Subject Resources Life Skills Personal development – How Self-esteem Impacts on Learning. [Teaching/Learning Resource]

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We all learn best when we feel comfortable and safe. As a teacher, one of your key roles is to develop a supportive classroom environment where everyone is able to participate fully and feels they are respected and their ideas are listened to. This section explores how to do this by looking at different ways of organising the class. You will help pupils learn how to treat each other with respect by: helping them understand their similarities and differences; asking them to share opinions and feelings; giving them tasks where they can ask each other questions and listen to the answers.

Item Type: Teaching/Learning Resource
Program: How Self-esteem Impacts on Learning
Learning outcomes: Developed your skills in organising the class in ways that will help pupils show respect for each other; Developed your skills in asking questions to encourage thinking; Used different ways to gather data to help pupils discuss who they are.
Access: Open
Uncontrolled Keywords: class management, Questioning and thinking Group work Sensitivity
Subjects: Family Life
Curriculum Level: Secondary Level
Syllabus: Fiji Education: Family Life Years 9 - 13; Strand 1: Human Growth & Development; Sub-strand: Growth & Change, Strand 4: Health; Sub-strand: Personal Health
Depositing User: COL Staff
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2021 17:44
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2022 22:59

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