Importance Of Teaching Inclusion

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Among four areas of teaching inclusion, I am going to discuss the motivational issue. One thing we know about FE learners is that they have short attention spans. This is especially true at the beginning of the year.
One of the challenging aspects of becoming a lecturer is to keep the learners motivated. We should know how to motivate our students. Students without motivation will not learn effectively. They won’t remember material taught in the lesson, they won’t get involve in the learning process and some of them may even disrupt the lesson and learners. There can be various reasons for learners for being unmotivated in the lesson. They may feel that they have no interest in the subject, find the teaching methods un-engaging or be distracted by other forces. It may even come to light that a student who
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Some learners are self-motivated, with a natural love of learning. But even with the students who do not have this natural drive, a great teacher can make learning fun and inspire them to reach their full potential. Motivated learners are likely to value the course they are studying and understand the importance of the course in helping them achieve their goals after the course has finished (Fuller & MacFayden, 2012).
In my practice, I have seen learners are enthusiastic about the course in the beginning and the certificate and proper job at the end of the course. However, their motivation in coming to the lessons goes down as course progresses as its same class and similar activity. I would like to see a change put in place where every lesson is different from other. Something new and different is introduced in every possible lesson, that can be by changing the room layout, changing the way of teaching, introducing a guest speaker from industry, taking a field trip or doing research on topic of their
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