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Using Feedback To Critically Evaluate And Develop As Teachers, Eliza J. Mandel Jun 2017

Using Feedback To Critically Evaluate And Develop As Teachers, Eliza J. Mandel

Sandanona

This lecture discusses the importance of being critical of one’s own teaching and using feedback in the classroom, and teaching context as a whole, to assess one's teaching. Participants will explore some techniques of asking for feedback in ways to ensure the most relevant and useful feedback.


Class(Ed)Room: Individualized Student Disciplinary Policies As Ignoring The Current Economic Order, Nicole H. Awwad Feb 2014

Class(Ed)Room: Individualized Student Disciplinary Policies As Ignoring The Current Economic Order, Nicole H. Awwad

Capstone Collection

Students are socialized into the institution of education at an early age. Obedience to authority is the objective of much of the learning done in school. Teacher expectations and perceptions of students affect student behavioral and academic performance within the context of school. Student economic and material conditions affect their availability for learning in the school setting. This research questions the application of discipline policies across a student body with diverse academic, economic and social histories. In this case study of one rural Vermont school - tracking, teacher expectations and student economic, academic and behavioral history are assessed for correlation. Analysis ...