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Chamric 1 Students’ Behaviors in a Learning Process Name Instructor Institution Date Question What behaviors can teachers observe to informally determine whether their students are learning effectively and achieving classroom objectives? Answer Behaviors such as inquisitiveness, attention and the upright sitting posture are some of the informal behaviors that a teacher can observe in to determine the learning progress of the students . Sitting posture if upright can be used by the teacher to informally determine if the students are learning effectively. The nature of the student will speak it out, (Clinton 820 ). If the students are inquisitive, this will show the teacher the student is getting what she or he is talking and teaching about. The ability of the student to be asking questions as the class goes on will directly prove that the students are attentive and what is being thought, has not passed
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