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    • Gerald Ardito

      Session 5

      Here is the work expected for Session #5 for Tuesday, February 6.   1. Teaching. Be prepared to teach your 3-5 minute lesson on something you are passionate about.  2. Reading Responses. The topic of feedback (responding to students) came...

      Tags: tch215, spring2018, coursework, session

      • Brianna Iliceto

        Feedback

        Hattie states that he believes feedback aims mainly towards helping one fill in the "gap" between what they currently have and what their end result could be. He lays out several different types of feedback and explains in specifics, exactly how each of those types would ...

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        • Jamie Soldinger

          Hattie Feedback

          Hattie defines feedback "to be information that aims to reduce the gap between what is now and what should or could be." They go on to explain that the information is provided by an agent (e.g., teacher, peer, book, parent, self/experience) to a student on one's performance or under...

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          • Olivia Difusco

            Hattie Feedback

            Hattie defines feedback as information that “aims to reduce the gap between what is now and what should or could be.” According to Hattie, feedback is often provided by a teacher, parent, self, book, etc. Hattie states that feedback is only effective if it occurs after instruction. Ha...

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            • Gerald Ardito

              Session #6

              Thanks for the great job you did teaching. As I was discussing with Taylor after class, I designed this to be a challenging exercise. Teaching on Demand. And then Giving Feedback on Demand. You handled both challenges well. If they worked as designed, you should be left with lots of questions. I ...

              Tags: tch215, coursework, session

              • Brianna Iliceto

                Teaching Reflection

                Today, I taught a brief lesson to the class about how to apply makeup and how I do certain steps when it comes to applying it. Overall, I thought I did pretty well with explaining my process, routine and the makeup related items that are needed. I believe that I projected my voice well enough for...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  If Coding is Writing, What's Feedback Look Like?

                  My colleague at Pace, Dr. Tom Lynch, posted about feedback today on his blog. Take a look and let me know what you think.

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                  • Olivia Difusco

                    Teaching Reflection

                    After yesterday's lesson that I presented, I feel like I could've done a better job. I was satisfied with the fact that I thought the class was engaged in my topic and in what I was saying, but I was disappointed in the lack of detail I was able to get into. Also, I found myself become ne...

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                    • Jamie Soldinger

                      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...

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                      • Christina Katechis

                        Feedback

                        Hattie defined feedback as a response to one’s work or idea that offers alternative approaches or questions to make the writer think deeper and come up with more ideas on what was commented on. Giving feedback to students allows them to see if they are going in the right direction or not, t...

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