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It is not easy to teach a class of students which a wide range of skills and abilities. Sometimes, grouping students according to similar skills can be helpful. You can then work in small groups with the students.
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Teaching is not just a matter of conveying information to students. Rather, teaching is an art. It requires making the information fun and interactive, holding students' attention, and exceptional classroom management skills.
Yes, this is called mainstreaming. Not only does the special needs child learn skills in a mainstreamed classroom, but so do the other members of the class. In most cases the special needs child only spends a few hours in the regular classroom and then goes to a special education teacher for the rest of the day. As a classroom teacher I have always opened my room to special needs students because I think all benefit from the experience.
Your skill level and your motivation level will determine whether an online course is right for you. If you are not very technical it may be beneficial to take classses in a classroom with an instructor.
Christopher John Cuthbertson has written: 'Developing vocalising skills in the primary E.S.L. classroom' 'E.S.L. students in middle school mainstream classes'
Unfortunately John did not possess the necessary skills to complete the task on his own.
Teaching itself is a human relation, because it requires identifying learning styles and effectively presenting information. Interpersonal skills are key to understanding a student's needs.
Perhaps the most important transferable skills you need to possess in order to become a doctor are learning how to interact with patients. Communication skills are key.
I dont think the internet can tell u the skills that you possess.
There are three essential skills or competencies a manager should possess. They are technical skills, human skills and conceptual skills.