Essentially learning is emotional as well as cognitive. When you bring in the emotionally friendly zone in teaching, each child has a chance to grow to his or her best in the subject area. I believe.
Peer assessment on Directed Numbers
Divide the class into pairs. Each student writes problems. The students exchange notebooks and solve. They re-exchange notebooks
to correct the partner's work. Give a score, a remark and sign. What does the
teacher do? Give clear instructions and then simply watch the class hawk eyed
to see how they work on their own. Signing and writing a remark is so important here for that is when
the role of emotions steps in. The students are emotionally engaged in
learning. And they love it!