Submission Open for IJEER Volume-3, Number-10, October 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 October, 2019

International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

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Teacher's Role in the Development of Student Relations

Catalina Danila Ph.D.   Page 12-24 38

Give freedom to students in classrooms. Emphasize student opinion. The classroom is designed to teach learning. Keeping the continuity of each episode of learning disciplines. Know all the names of students and call on their names.

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Strategies to Effective Implementation

Tain Su    Page 25-35 38

Someone will have effective role in implementing the results and will directly take initiative in this regard. To play a strong role in developing a positive attitude about the success of related students. Observers will identify observers as trainers. The role of observers in the field of growth can be either single or group. Another teammate will work as a co-observer to make the same result.

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Knowledge and Knowing

Lutfi Sabeer Maloof Ph.D.   Page 36-49 88

This is an article including some aspects of knowledge. In this article, I will try to establish the distinction between knowledge and knowing. This is important discussion to know how to know and how to get knowledge. There are different forms of knowledge in the real world. Though they seem same or similar but there are different from each other.

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The Rules of Convergence

Dumitrana Mircea    Page 50-62 39

Observers and supervised teachers sit together and discuss some of the teaching skills before teaching as the criterion for the development. Observers and trainee teachers can arrange pre-harvesting matches where the positive aspects of fertility may be discussed. Make observer sheets for how to collect information and keep records while watching observer lessons. At the end of the reading, according to the predetermined criteria, the teachers and the instructors will sit together and give the result through constructive criticism. Without watching the observer, patiently listening to the teacher's speech.

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