How can critical outcomes in education help the teacher to improve teaching methods in the class during a lesson?
I taught adults for years, I found humor to be advantageous when trying to get students to pay attention. This and repeating critical points through out the week. It helps to keep the students involved by asking them at the start of the next class what it is you need them to remember from the previous class. Compliment the students that answer correctly. The student that continually answers incorrectly is the problem, I would ask them to stay after class and attempt to find out why they are not paying attention. Sometimes a student is just not interested... This is a difficult student of course. You will need to encourage them and explain the importance of learning the points you are trying to make, You need them to understand the process of teaching your brain how to learn each stage of your lesson plan since more complicated issues in classes to follow will require them to learn each phase of the lesson plan. Essentially... they need to know you need to learn to walk before you learn to run.