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5.2.1 D: Goal and result oriented teaching style
- Transfer of expert knowledge
- Goal: Independent work, responsibility and the willingness to take on tasks
- Teaching aim: Independent work; responsibility and willingness to take on tasks.
- Methodology: Project-oriented work; learners should assess their own performance; would like to motivate through incentives such as praise and recognition; prepares lessons very well; competition and cooperation are important.
- Expectations of learners: Learners should develop their knowledge and skills; articulate themselves briefly and precisely; respect their teacher on the basis of their experience and competence; should be fully attentive and energetic; achieving and maintaining a high level of quality is very important.
- They should be careful to: Be aware that potential gains may not motivate everyone; take into account learners’ personal interests; offer face-to-face discussions and feedback if learners so desire; set challenging tasks but also be careful not to overwhelm learners; accept differences and not treat everyone equally.