1.Become a role model for student interest
Deliver your presentations with energy and enthusiasm. Make sure you show your motivation, your passion so it motivates your students. Make the course personal, showing why you are interested in the material.
2.Get to know your students.
You will be able to tailor your instruction to the students’ concerned and backgrounds, your personal interest in them will inspire their personal loyalty to you. Display a strong interest in students’ learning and a faith in their abilities.
3.Use examples freely.
Many students want to be shown why a concept or technique is useful before they study it further. Inform students about how your course will prepare them for great opportunities in the future.
4. Use a variety of student-active teaching activities.
These activities directly engage students in the material and give them opportunities to achieve a level of mastery. Students find it satisfying to discover the underlying principle on their own. Cooperative learning activities are particularly effective as they also provide positive social pressure.
5.Set realistic performance goals
Help students achieve their goals by encouraging them to set their own reasonable goals. Design assignments that are appropriately challenging in view of the experience and aptitude of the class.
6.Be free with praise and constructive in criticism.
Negative comments should pertain to particular performances, not the performer. Offer non-judgmental feedback on students’ work, stress opportunities to improve, look for ways to stimulate advancement, and avoid dividing students.