Concerned if students understand material
Teacher facilitates students to recall facts
Teacher acts as a transmitter of information
Teacher asks students to reflect upon and answer case studies
Teacher provides students with additional resources
Asking for many and varied examples from students
Discussing many and varied examples
Giving a pre-test to know whether the students have any misconceptions on the concepts
Promoting a sense of priority in students as they manage all their commitments
Challenge the students to learn in ways that they are not comfortable with.
Individualize the learning opportunities to accommodate the preferences of each learner.
Provide opportunities in and out of the classroom for students to have better interaction with him or her as a teacher.
Use frequent quizzes and give feedback to the answers accordingly.
Ask “yes/no” questions.
Communicate high expectations from the students.
Convey the most up-to-date facts backed up by evidence.
Give students more free time by giving all that is necessary for the students to learn.
Short answer test