Looking at Learning ... Again

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Topic: Self Check

Topic Posted by: Melissa Cheung
Date Posted: Mon Feb 15 5:08:19 US/Eastern 1999
Topic Description: Have you tried any of the self check activities in the workshop? Do you have any of your own techniques that you would like to share?

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Posted by: Victoria Leonard (vsleonard@yahoo.com )
Date posted: Sun Oct 17 17:32:32 2004
Subject: Looking at Learning...Again 1 Self Check
I have tape recorded my class, but it was difficult to hear-maybe because I'm
a visual learner. Many of the students statements were not discernable, and it was difficult to identify which students said what. I found it was easier to video-tape my students and then watch parts-turn it off-make notes-and then continue watching portions at a time. When I teach, I always am aware of what the students are doing-if they are bored, I may see them playing around in their desks, braiding each others hair, talking or playing with each other, falling asleep, etc. Then I know I need to stop what I am doing, change how I am doing it-this is in reference to Think-Alouds and modeling, or that I need to get the students involved.

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