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Sunday, November 11, 2012
I would make sure that students understood my directions.
Of everything I did this week in my teaching, what would I do differently if I had a chance to do it again? And why? I would make sure that I give clear directions on all assignments and projects. Many times, once we give directions their is always a student that doesn't understand them no matter what. I am learning as a teacher that many times when we are giving instructions, are directions are not always clear. I make sure that I have a student repeat my instructions. Often times, we say things differently without even realizing it. One of my class managers told me that sometimes my directions are not clear or easy to understand. I video record my classes twice a month so that I can view them and adjust strategies of instructional delivery. Upon review, I noticed that my instructions are not always clear and that sometimes you have to constantly repeat them because some students have a difficult time processing them.