Skills Required For Micro Teaching 

Juliet D'cruz

Skills Required For Micro Teaching 

In this world of modern beliefs, methods, and tools, it has become more than crucial that humans in teaching or education evolve themselves and adapt the best tools or technology like school LMS and more required to carry forward quality education. That is a fact, and everyone reading this is aware of how technology is ruling the sectors in business and education. With this, people are becoming more comfortable with things that can save their time and provide them with the same quality of services. 

That is how the concept of micro-teaching has been introduced into the education system of India and the world. 

Teaching is no easy profession at all. You got to have the skills to teach. Teachers are well skilled in teaching, and one of the aspects of teaching is that you have to keep evolving yourself at your job according to the need and audience. 

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For example, earlier, when schools did not have the accessibility to online videos and smart classes, teachers were only teaching the subject of History orally. Still, after introducing smart classes and other digital tools, the teachers have become smarter. With the help of digital tools, teachers can make students understand the values and real concepts with the help of animation and another 3D effect. It helps teachers engage the interest and focus of students in the class and makes it easy for the students to memorise the story in a summary style. 

All the evolution tricks and training are given to educators back in their academy. Where the concept of micro-teaching and its benefits are made aware to the aspiring teachers, let us now jump on immediately to our topic and introduce you to micro-teaching skills. 

  1. Introduction skill
  2. Explanation Skill
  3. Questioning 
  4. Variation of Stimulus
  5. Reinforcement 
  6. Illustration 
  7. Blackboard writing 
  8. Closure achievement 
  9. Demonstration 

Mentioned above are the skills of micro-teaching. Let us dive a little deeper into some of the most important among these written ones. 

Introduction skill 

Teachers should have the skill to start the lesson by giving the student an introduction which can help them engage more in the classroom. It is one of the most important skills because, without a good introduction, teachers won’t capture students’ attention to what they are teaching, nor would they be able to make them focus on the lesson and get interested further. 


Without this skill, no individual can ever become a teacher. A good teacher is expected to have brilliant explanatory skills, especially for the subject they are teaching. Explaining concepts to the students is the most intellectual activity required in the profession of teaching. 


The skill of questioning helps a good teacher put forward some of the most interesting, clear, and precise questions in front of the students, which again makes the students active and engage in the concept that is there being taught by the teacher. 

The teachers can also use this skill or feature of the school learning management system to assess every student, their caliber and abilities, and their potential in academics and other similar progressive fields like sports. 

This skill also helps teachers develop or frame conversations with students, making them more comfortable with time and assisting students in breaking their shells and asking for help they need ever in the future. 

Stimulus Variation 

This skill has a few elements associated with it, which involve movement, gesture, change in speech pattern, oral, visual switches, and others like these. 

These skills help the teachers to keep their students engaged in the lessons for the time concerned. 

Many such skills are involved in the very concept of micro-teaching, but we have here discussed the top four. Teaching is a profession of utmost importance. To spread your knowledge and sharing is the most valuable thing you can do; therefore, we wish luck to all the aspiring teachers reading this. 

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