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  • krystn05

    I do believe that these students are right.The methodology needs to be used in a very creative and inspiring manner so as to motivate the students even more.Students like to feel and experience a sense of independence , while they are learning.The modern educator needs to be a facilitator providing the activities or projects to be worked on.

    Students don't want to feel that the teacher is just lecturing and asking them to listen.If this is done in class all the time,the students get bored and lose interest.So learning does not occur.They always want to context to be taught in a meaningful and interesting way.The teacher can't just transmit his knowledge in a mechanical way,but in a manner where students interact and feel that learning is enjoyable.So being a very spontaneous and creative teacher is a key thing to succeed in class.

    Classrooms and schools by no means should operate the same way they did 100 years ago.This is the conclusion that I have definitely come to, after watching this interesting video. The bottom line is that kids these days would like to be more independent when learning and been taught.