Be An Expert Learner
By Breann and Abigail
Becoming an expert learner can benefit both educators and students. It helps educators continually develop their own learning in the classroom, professional atmosphere, and wherever learning occurs. One example of being an expert learner as an educator involves continual reflective habits. Teachers must be open to change and growth in order to develop an evolving set of standards for themselves.
Finding something Feliks was enthusiastic about and interested in learning more of helped him become more successful.
Strategies for the Educator
In order to be successful as an expert learner, an educator should utilize strategies including continual reflection and self-evaluation, peer collaboration, encouraging feedback, and making use of current technology.
Being an expert learner as an educator is beneficial because it allows you to stay current with new technology and its usefulness. It can be used to help students overcome barriers that would otherwise hinder their learning experience.