Good teachers set clear goals, enforce high standards of behaviour and manage their lesson time wisely. They use tried-and-tested instructional techniques to ensure that all the brains are working all of the time, for example asking questions in the classroom with “cold calling” rather than relying on the same eager pupils to put up their hands.

Einerseits banal, andererseits aber ungeheuer wichtig angesichts der permanenten Versuche den traditionellen Lehrer abzuschaffen und zum läppischen „Initiator von (selbstgesteuerten) Lernprozessen“ zu degradieren.

Weiterlesen … (The Economist, Tipp von Max Müller)