Personal Reflection And Continuous Communication

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requires students to engage in deeper reflection and continuous communication about the knowledge they learned (Quality teaching in New South Wales public schools, 2003, p.10). Also, other students are more engaging as they are encouraged to be the competent and active learners during this process. They are given equitable opportunities to achieve learning outcomes and they are motivated to express their personalities and uniqueness. They are willing to learn more to perform better so that they can contribute to their teams. Comber (2006) suggested that adaptive teachers would employ discursive work to students, they modify their language and use multiple methods to explain in order to let students learn better. Every time I think of Mr. P, his words will echo in my mind: “If you cannot understand the knowledge even after I taught you a hundred times, I am willing to teach you a hundred and one times.” His words have significantly impressed me as it shows his determination to teach each student until they really understand and his wiliness to invest a vast majority of time and energy in students. Mr. P has influenced my desire to teach since I have been grateful to the educational system for implanting values in me so that I was eager to contribute what I have learnt and the positive values to the next generation. When I look back, I can see how Mr. P change me from a little girl who faces the new situation passively and fearfully to a young adult who radiates confidence
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