Just write a Review of practice teaching You need to review a student. In your review you should answer the following questions: What was the most effective part of the activity and why? Pick one part of the activity that did not run smoothly. What would you have done differently to avoid or resolve this situation? Do you have any suggestions on how to increase student engagement in this activity? Refer to the following principles of good teaching in your suggestions: 3. Make learning relevant by using real and current examples and by linking theory and practice; 5. Provide opportunities for active learning and engagement including discussion; 6. Develop a personal connection with students through classroom and online interaction; 7. Motivate students to achieve your expectations through encouragement, enthusiasm, interest, variety, relevance and challenge; 9. Plan thoroughly for teaching but be flexible in response to student feedback. A golden rule with giving feedback is to give the kind of feedback you would like to receive yourself 🙂 Some feedback guidelines to follow throughout FBE204 are listed below. These tips apply to: giving feedback on presentations and team teaching as part of a student panel giving feedback on draft microteaching plans giving feedback on final microteaching sesssions Guidelines for giving peer feedback Focus your comments on the behaviour (or the written plan) not the person. Be specific – refer to examples rather than making general statements. Connect your feedback to principles of good teaching. Comment on positive and negative aspects, starting with the positive Make sure that any negative comments are constructive – e.g. give suggestions on what could be done differently Be realistic. Focus on what your partner can change. Prioritise your feedback. Focus on the most important things. PS: I watched the student’s practice microteaching , she was a bitnervous , the teaching was too deep flow very well. etc.The bridging was not goodBut he did have activity.I know you did not watch the teaching.You just need to make up something to write
In FBE204, course work is oriented around the following principles of good teaching adapted from Kember and McNaught (2007).
Principles of good teaching
1Orient learning and teaching towards students’ future needs by addressing graduate capabilities;
2Structure learning and curriculum around fundamental and threshold concepts;
3Make learning relevant by using real and current examples and by linking theory and practice;
4Challenge students beliefs about knowledge, learning and disciplinary concepts;
5Provide opportunities for active learning and engagement including discussion;
6Develop a personal connection with students through classroom and online interaction;
7Motivate students to achieve your expectations through encouragement, enthusiasm, interest, variety, relevance and challenge;
8Plan to ensure that aims, learning activities and assessment (if applicable) are aligned with learning outcomes;
9Plan thoroughly for teaching but be flexible in response to student feedback;
10 Incorporate authentic and relevant assessment tasks that are aligned with learning outcomes.
Adapted from Kember and McNaught (2007) pages viii-ix