Insights for Professors

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This week, I would like to share some of my thoughts with the faculty.

Sometimes students find themselves in a class where they feel that the professor is a bit dull or lectures in a way that may cause the student to lose interest. Professors may find on occssin that their students have turned their interest to their cell phones or Facebook page and are not connecting with them. In my opinion, even a professor who may not have the most enthusiastic lecture style can make his or her class  successful by introducing new teaching methods that will keep students interested. As the number one priority of any institution of higher learning is education, professors should also strive to have the student wanting to learn more by the time they are finished with the class.

As a junior at AMC, I’ve had the pleasure of having amazing professors teaching me things I would have never learned anywhere else. I know how important it is for a professor to connect with his/her student, because it makes the learning easier and the teaching effortless. Professors should always make the environment comfortable for the student to learn. Let the students feel like they are in the right place. Students will have an easier time learning and getting what they need out of the class if they feel comfortable and are eager to learn.

Professors, I would enjoy hearing your thoughts.

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