As the main essential educational principles are curriculum and instructional planning, teaching strategies, and assessment, I plan and implement lessons that clearly identify the lesson objective, strategies for effective student engagement, and assessment options to measure student mastery.
Curriculum and Instructional Planning: I believe as a teacher, it is my responsibility to know the students more, what kinds of knowledge and experience they have, and what they are willing to achieve so that I can tailor a curriculum that fits their needs. This policy helps me to build connections between what they already know and the new understandings they seek to produce. I develop a course plan with ideas for how to give students the practice that will make it possible for them to achieve the course goals.
Teaching strategies: I choose different instructional strategies to promote students’ curiosity about a subject, to engage the students in learning and to examine critical thinking skills. When students are engaged, their learning is not just dependent upon the amount of the delivery of lectures, but rather different kind of teaching strategies should be designed to meet the needs of a range of learners. I promote students to actively involve, think and question the material presented to them and apply their knowledge when cope with a client. In any class I teach, I hope that students will be able to utilize the course material in their own lives, and apply abstract theories to manage a client problem. I think this approach can empower students to process concepts in ways that are meaningful to them. I always encourage students to question what they know that results in classroom discussions and also I identify some common misunderstandings. I believe that a teacher is not a giver of knowledge but rather a facilitator or a guide for students.
Assessment: There are numerous options to accurately assess understanding of course content. I have developed different types