1. Remember to set achievable targets for the trimester/Semester programme:
A. how many students should be able to read by the end of the school trimester/semester programme
B. How many homework must be given each day
C. Which student needs extra attention.
2. Reassess your strategies that didn't yield much results.
3. Plan your daily activities. You may need to get sticky note's pasted on your table with plans for the day.
4. Improve your relationship with your boss and colleagues staff members.
Forgive those who mistreated you.
5. Do the work as though its your own business. ECCL 9:10.
6. See the student as your biological child. MATT 7:12.
7. Create an interactive and emotionally supportive classroom.
8. When the child comes to school sad, she must go back happy and yearning to come back the next day. This makes the school (Your classroom) a home away from home.
9. Investigate offences before you punish (correct). Don't tell the offender " I will punish you, " rather, " I will correct you."
10. Encourage,advice and inspire your students. Assure them of your belief in their potential for success even beyond the framework of the school.
11. Recognize and reward every effort of the student in a variety of ways.
12. Do not undermine or ridicule the potential and failed attempt of any student neither give room to such from any other mate from the class.
13. There's a student that didn't go to break that day. Please draw near and find out why. Help if you can in which ever way.
14. Send your regards to their parents and family as they from school to go home. Remember to also ask about the welfare of their family when they arrive at school early in the morning.
15. PRAY FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR STUDENTS ALWAYS. Before class begins and before you end the day.
Don't forget to share to other colleagues.
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