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Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Teachers can learn from students
This past week I have really been trying to work on studying for the math GACE exam. I had the students going on a project and had a few minutes so I thought I would pull up the yourteacher.com to study. One of the students finished and brought me their work. They noticed that I had the math on my computer and asked me about it. I told them that math was not my strongest subject. They offered to help. The funny thing is....I had watched this same problem over and over again on the video and didn't get it. She showed me her way and I got it. Before I knew it I had almost the entire class working on math with me and I teach a Cosmetology class. The way she translated the problem made me realize just how different we all learn. I think I will try harder in my lesson plans to make them understandable by more types of learners.