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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Facilitator DirectInstructor Delegator Personal Model Formal Authority Expert Delegator Facilitator Reality the many Teaching Style Teaching Style The Many Types Cooperative Learning of The Guide Inquiry-Based Personal Model Encourages autonomy in the studentslearning process. The teacher explains what is expected, andfrom there is a resource for students.The most hands-off approach. Teachers are personal models learning with the students to explore and experiment with new ideas. In this way, students can learn that making mistakesare part of the learning process. The teacher still uses an open classroom, and the focus is still on increasing autonomy, hands-on learning. However, peer groups are also unitized. The teacher acts as a resourceto students with a hands-off approach to the learning. There isa higher focus on group projects compared to The Guide delegator model, Overall,the same keyideas apply. Works under an open classroom model. The students progress willbe loosely guided, and the teacher will work on encouraging student autonomy. Source: Quinonez, Natasha. Different Teaching Styles and How They Affect Your Students. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2014. Teachers are the authority and leadership figure. Classroom management is usually based on traditional methods involving teacher-designed rules and expectations. The teacher leads by example toshows student how to processinformation. The idea is that the students will learn by watching and mimicking the teacher. Teachers are there to guide and direct their students. Studentsare than empty vessels designed to receive the knowledge being given by the teacher. The reality is that we educatorswill not fit wholly into one ofthese styles. Aspects will be takenfrom each to form our own uniquestyles. We must all learn to adapt as educators to an ever evolving school system. If I was to give a name to the style I propose, it would be called "The Adaptor." at the end of the day that is a part of our job. To adapt to different classes and students.
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