Understanding a concept is one thing. Understanding how to teach it is another. Knowing the facts is one thing. Knowing how to impress it into the memory of the student is another.
Using creativity, assessing the “level of intelligence” of the student and making sure the student never gets lost in the trail of words behind you are all part of the art and science of teaching.
But there is more to it than just that. From Augusto Cury’s recommendation of using stories to impress facts into the memories of students, to games, diagrams and 3D models, you’ll learn all the tips and techniques you need to more effectively impart the gift of knowledge to your students.