Do Teachers Violate Student Learning Autonomy by Introducing Banking Instructional Methods and Peer Tutoring?


Essay, 2023

6 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

A school is made up of students from different ethnic groups, cultures, races, values, and beliefs, which dictates teacher’s ways of relating and interacting with the students. In schools, the teachers are faced with the challenge of improving students' academic achievement in various subjects across the curriculum. The ability to implement the curriculum requires the commitment of the teachers. The best approach for appropriate learning would be the quality of teachers in terms of training and qualification as they improve students' learning outcomes and academic achievement. Teachers' professional training and qualifications have a significant impact on academic achievement. The role of teachers' intellectual autonomy is confronted with the delivery of the school curriculum. This paper x-rays the teaching method of banking and peer tutoring as a violation of students' learning autonomy by teachers.

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Title
Do Teachers Violate Student Learning Autonomy by Introducing Banking Instructional Methods and Peer Tutoring?
Author
Year
2023
Pages
6
Catalog Number
V1318863
Language
English
Keywords
Teacher characteristics, Student Learning Autonomy, Banking Instructional Methods, Peer Tutoring
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Okpeku Oziegbe Timothy (Author), 2023, Do Teachers Violate Student Learning Autonomy by Introducing Banking Instructional Methods and Peer Tutoring?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1318863

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