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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

5 ways to make your classroom sessions more fun



It is rightly said, “Creativity is intelligence having fun”. Learning has never been fun for students but, teachers can do a lot about it. The reason being, learning resources have increased due to digital advancement. Teachers can take classes and make students more active and participating. We all know it is quite tough to engage students and get them excited about the hard work required to achieve the knowledge goal. Students lose focus if the same chapter takes long to finish and start getting bored after a few minutes. So, what can be done in that case? This article will help you to make your classroom sessions more fun and interesting through these 5 ways.

1) Start with topics that interest students

Taking regular feedback from students on topics they love, will make them feel connected and attentive. After choosing the topic, try to make them read about it or learn how to do. Tutors should select right reading passages. Doing so will help them to be confident leading to more effective learning. Curiosity about topics is what leads to great knowledge. If teachers force students to learn about topics that don’t interest them, it won’t take much time for them to zone out. We understand not every topic is interesting for students but it is important to be learned. In that case, take help of relatable or daily life examples that will help them relate and understand quickly.

2) Make Your Class Interactive

Any learning is incomplete without proper communication amongst teacher-student. Don’t use those old ways of asking them whether they understood the topic or not. Instead, conduct some interactive activities within the classroom. Get involved with them and understand their view and evaluate their knowledge accordingly. Once you know them properly, you can find ways to make them learn. Also, many times students get confused or wrongly understand the topics. You can help them by telling the right way to learn and understand the concept easily.

3) Take sufficient brakes

Everyone gets exhausted by continuously focusing on one thing especially students. Students should be given proper brakes to get their focus back. Continuously teaching them will only make them feel overwhelmed by the knowledge leading to confusions. Remember to give them a bit of time so that they can run around and complete their extra work. Younger students have less focus time compared to an elderly person. It is mandatory to give them short breaks in between so that they can get things easily.


4) Digital Education

Students of every age group find technology interesting. Try to focus on making your lessons more interesting so that students love to attend it. Only taking notes of lectures doesn’t help. Instead, start making use of smartboard and conduct some educational activities. Tell students to come up to the board and answer questions, this will boost their confidence along with knowledge. Start giving students quizzes on the computer or tablet instead of old paper quizzes will make them wait for your lessons. Today every kid is fond of digital gadgets. Help your student to be more interactive and expressive by making them a part of knowledgeable discussions and debates. Also you must use proper banners, posters, etc in the classroom. Visual content always appeals more. You can take help of the tools to create image designs very easily.

5) Make them Play Classroom Games

Students of every age love to play games. Be it a 7 years old student or 18 years old, everyone pays attention when learning through the help of games. Since the ultimate goal is to engage every student in your class and playing games makes it a lot easy for both students as well as teachers. It is undoubtedly the best way to learn and that is with fun. Many times students don’t even realize that they are learning so much along with the activity. Classroom quiz for vocabulary is one best example of it. Not only quiz but involve different games so that students start loving the learning process along with the games.

I hope this article helped you to learn about how and what ways you can adapt to make your classroom sessions more fun. Afterall “Education is a never-ending process” In case of any doubt do let me know through your comments below. Happy Education!

Author Bio: Kavita is Outreach Specialist cum Content writer. When not glued to her laptop, she can be found making travel plans that rarely happen :wink: Connect with Kavita on Twitter @dreamerkavita
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Kavita paliwal

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