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There are many ways to help students to learn which all stem from communicating with them and learning from them just as much as they learn from you. There are also many ways to improve their feelings of accomplishment which aid in retention.
This section had interesting information about how to mesh the range of students of varying ages. It also was helpful to go over potential frustrations that could be brought up in the learning environment to anticipate them.
Creating trust, letting them know that you are here for them, and also knowing that you do not know everything. You can share your experience with the student, regroup and refocus, and make sure not to lose the excitement.
Element of surprise in the lesson is another way to bring to live the lecture and the students might appreciate it.
That it's important and helpful to learn about the students in our class, to better understand their needs.
It is important to know the student's ability, needs, and experiences. All of this will play an important role in their learning.

Retention and transference are the two major ways information is stored in long-term memory. This involves the repetitive application of procedures and concepts for working memory.

It is helpful to use the "REFOCUS" method to regain your enthusiasm. Your attitude affects student's engagement and learning. Recognize the slump signs.

Enthusiasm and fun are a great way to keep students engaged and motivated. Starting each class day out with light-hearted moments or jokes while students are getting is a great way to build rapport and a relaxing, open, and engaging environment for students to feel at ease in learning.

It is important for instructors to recognize, identify, and respond to cues students give about frustrations and fears to aid in the retention process.

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