Teaching Reflection

To be honest I think the hardest part of the process was narrowing down how I was going to conduct a lesson on culture.  When I had come up with a brief "lesson plan" I had decided engaging the class using questions would be the easiest way to talk about culture.  I think my lesson went smoothly for the most part.  I know I could have done some things better, but when it comes to something like teaching there will always be room for improvement.  I was satisfied with my lesson for the most part, I think the class being so attentive and willing to answer questions made it a lot easier to teach my topic.  My feedback consisted of mainly ++ and +.  I would love to know why my peers had given me that feedback, and I also think everyone in this class was being too nice.  Giving feedback to my peers was very difficult.  I was having a difficult time deciding between the categories and felt that I needed to explain myself in order for the recipient to understand why I had chosen those categories.  In the future, I think we should write down 2-3 things the person did well and 2-3 things the person needs to work on.  Also come up with a scale like 1-10 and then we can give one overall number to wrap up the lesson.

    • Gerald Ardito
      Gerald Ardito

      Jamie,

      Why don't you ask them about this:

       My feedback consisted of mainly ++ and +.  I would love to know why my peers had given me that feedback, and I also think everyone in this class was being too nice.

       

    TCH 215 Spring 2018

    TCH 215 Spring 2018

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