A step towards standardising teaching methodologies!
A teacher brings years of experience into a class, however, a teacher’s guide is just an added supplement to that. It contains suggestions and ways to proceed with a class. It can also be used to keep a record of what has been covered and what should be discussed in the next session.
At Stylus, we have a mixed bag of writers, SMEs and teachers who work together to develop these guides with interesting activities and thought-provoking content.
A teacher’s guide is created to standardise pedagogy across classes. Whether it is a subject teacher or a substitute teacher, when he or she picks up the guide, he or she should be able to continue where the previous teacher left off. It is important to maintain continuity. Each teacher’s way and method of teaching might differ and hence a teacher’s guide is an added benefit to students.
Our teacher’s guide, also known as faculty guide or facilitator’s guide, consists of:
- Lesson objectives
- Introduction to each chapter
- Activities to perform
- Questions to ask
- Alternative methods of teaching
- Detailed notes
- Additional resources
- Answer key