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Transformative Educators can foster open-ended goals for all. Apparently, it prompts critical thinking to enable teachers to think out of the box and prove their excellence in the subject matter. They can work on academic skills and pursue instructional practice.

The education sector has fallen behind for various reasons, and the challenges it presents are intractable. Changes that were ridiculed earlier are underway, leading to improvements. Teachers, instructors, mentors, being an indispensable part of the education industry, are leading to a transformational learning process. They aim to turn into an educator who goes above and beyond the normal teaching to become an engaging and transformative educator. Apparently, the difference between a teacher and educator is that a teacher performs her job role, i.e., teaching, while an educator gives intellectual, moral, and social instructions for the holistic development of students.

Amidst the chaos caused by the coronavirus, the moment is propitious to bring a paradigm shift in the education sector and redefine the purpose of education. Experts believe that altering existing methodologies and curricula a bit can make a difference. Changes in the curriculum are in the hands of higher educational authorities, i.e., the board, but as far as education is concerned, we need more educators than teachers to pave the way for a successful career.

The onboarding of technology has prompted the student-teacher duo to start a collaborative teacher-learning process. The strategy behind it is relevant to modern education, where the sole purpose of education is to enable students to think and act differently and the instructor's purpose is far beyond the mere delivery of information. Teachers are acknowledged as authorities who regulate the entire process to deliver value-based education. The manifestation of teachers as educators provides much of the impetus to get an edge over the modern-day requirement of the education system. Teachers can improve their teaching methodologies by implementing advanced and noble strategies in their teaching.

#1 Strategy: Instructional Practice

Instructional Practice can reconceptualize learning by adopting a new perspective. Learning begins with exploration within this complex structure of the curriculum. For a teacher, to get a new perspective, a lot of online and offline resources are available. It includes numerous online resources – webinars, workshops, and publications, or educational groups discussing new practices, strategies and methodologies. By subsuming all these in her daily routine, she will learn to explain complex subjects in a simple way, thus simplifying education.

#2 Strategy: Academic Skills

Fostering academic skills takes time. To acquire the forefront of learning, teachers need to undergo proper training. Teachers who are good at expressing their thoughts can readily give constructive and comprehensive feedback to their students. To facilitate the process, they can formally attain academic skills through training programs, promptly applying her skills for a better teaching-learning process. Work on your soft skills as students follow their teachers and her behavior and it's imperative to act professionally in front of them.

#3 Strategy: Subject Matter Expertise

Attaining expertise in a particular subject matter sets the teacher apart. The educator should not only rely upon past attained knowledge but should be up-to-date with current changes in the chosen subject. To keep with the current, online resources and new addition books along with contacting industry experts can help. Utilize all available resources to be at par with teaching methodologies. Collaborating with the rest of the faculty would ease the delivery of complex concepts. This will eventually increase the value of the teacher.

#4 Strategy: Adult Learning

Challenging existing beliefs requires a future-oriented vision and goals. These goals can be met by self-inspection, learning styles, motivation, critical thinking, and learning pedagogy. Contemplate open-ended questions and ask your learners about them. Foster an environment that promotes open discussion to allow students to put forward their points and get answers to all their queries. With all these teachers can evaluate their performance and acknowledge the best training methods for their students.

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