Teaching practice is generally defined into five main models. There are no definite boundaries between each model. No one model is regarded as superior to another. A thorough knowledge of all models leads to greater teacher flexibility and efficiency. Notice that these can be readily adapted to AIAL.
Some teaching-learner models are outlined below.
Approach is "teacher-centered"
based on "well-structured steps" of learning and the use of reinforcement
the teacher creates a "supportive atmosphere"
emphasizes learning based on the student's "interaction" with other people and with society, i.e. personal interaction.
"pupil-centered" model involving a range of teacher structuring with which the self-directed student interacts
Mr. Peros, Filipino national assists students visiting the Institute. He ensures that students reach the Institute in an easy way. He serves as the security officer of AIAL.
Mrs. Leah maintains cleanliness and order of Institute. She assist students, AIAL staff and AIAL Director in their needs. She makes sure that students feel comfortable and happy when they visit AIAL.