Katarina

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Katarina

“As much as our students learn from us, we also learn from them. Being open and positive is the key to a successful teaching-learning experience.

I believe that constant positive feedback through clarification, additional background information and recognition of student responses represents one of the critical strategies in the second language classroom. Students greatly depend on instructor’s feedback, which facilitates students’ learning experience and at the same time enhances their self-confidence and motivation. By being fully aware of our students’ needs, having knowledge of their cultures, being familiar with their linguistic backgrounds, and by frequently bringing new ideas into the classroom we are responsible for creating a positive and warm atmosphere that ultimately determines the outcome of their learning experience. My belief in accommodating students’ needs, among other things, lies in being able to approach each student on their different personality level. One of the ways to accomplish this task is through the concept of Multiple Intelligences which can help us identify and categorize several activities for our students in developing various intelligences that each one of them possesses. “

“As much as our students learn from us, we also learn from them. Being open and positive is the key to a successful teaching-learning experience.

I believe that constant positive feedback through clarification, additional background information and recognition of student responses represents one of the critical strategies in the second language classroom. Students greatly depend on instructor’s feedback, which facilitates students’ learning experience and at the same time enhances their self-confidence and motivation. By being fully aware of our students’ needs, having knowledge of their cultures, being familiar with their linguistic backgrounds, and by frequently bringing new ideas into the classroom we are responsible for creating a positive and warm atmosphere that ultimately determines the outcome of their learning experience. My belief in accommodating students’ needs, among other things, lies in being able to approach each student on their different personality level. One of the ways to accomplish this task is through the concept of Multiple Intelligences which can help us identify and categorize several activities for our students in developing various intelligences that each one of them possesses. “

“As much as our students learn from us, we also learn from them. Being open and positive is the key to a successful teaching-learning experience.

I believe that constant positive feedback through clarification, additional background information and recognition of student responses represents one of the critical strategies in the second language classroom. Students greatly depend on instructor’s feedback, which facilitates students’ learning experience and at the same time enhances their self-confidence and motivation. By being fully aware of our students’ needs, having knowledge of their cultures, being familiar with their linguistic backgrounds, and by frequently bringing new ideas into the classroom we are responsible for creating a positive and warm atmosphere that ultimately determines the outcome of their learning experience. My belief in accommodating students’ needs, among other things, lies in being able to approach each student on their different personality level. One of the ways to accomplish this task is through the concept of Multiple Intelligences which can help us identify and categorize several activities for our students in developing various intelligences that each one of them possesses. “

“As much as our students learn from us, we also learn from them. Being open and positive is the key to a successful teaching-learning experience.

I believe that constant positive feedback through clarification, additional background information and recognition of student responses represents one of the critical strategies in the second language classroom. Students greatly depend on instructor’s feedback, which facilitates students’ learning experience and at the same time enhances their self-confidence and motivation. By being fully aware of our students’ needs, having knowledge of their cultures, being familiar with their linguistic backgrounds, and by frequently bringing new ideas into the classroom we are responsible for creating a positive and warm atmosphere that ultimately determines the outcome of their learning experience. My belief in accommodating students’ needs, among other things, lies in being able to approach each student on their different personality level. One of the ways to accomplish this task is through the concept of Multiple Intelligences which can help us identify and categorize several activities for our students in developing various intelligences that each one of them possesses. “

“As much as our students learn from us, we also learn from them. Being open and positive is the key to a successful teaching-learning experience.

I believe that constant positive feedback through clarification, additional background information and recognition of student responses represents one of the critical strategies in the second language classroom. Students greatly depend on instructor’s feedback, which facilitates students’ learning experience and at the same time enhances their self-confidence and motivation. By being fully aware of our students’ needs, having knowledge of their cultures, being familiar with their linguistic backgrounds, and by frequently bringing new ideas into the classroom we are responsible for creating a positive and warm atmosphere that ultimately determines the outcome of their learning experience. My belief in accommodating students’ needs, among other things, lies in being able to approach each student on their different personality level. One of the ways to accomplish this task is through the concept of Multiple Intelligences which can help us identify and categorize several activities for our students in developing various intelligences that each one of them possesses. “