How can we improve our lessons? When do we know what works and what doesn’t? In today’s show, Dean Shareski talks candidly about student feedback and the role of self-reflection in teaching. Improve the craft of teaching by incorporating his suggestions in your classroom routines. Become intentional and level up a little every day.
- How student reflections can help teachers improve.
- A scary thing Dean found his college students weren’t comfortable doing.
- The two-word question that made Dean a better teacher.
- The problem with rubrics.
- Vicki’s “a-ha” moment about student feedback from Dean’s inspiration.
Dean Shareski’s honest talk about grades, assessment, and student feedback apply to every level of teaching. Self-reflection is an important part of teaching. Dean helps us understand how we can reflect and how our students can help.
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We can always use student feedback. If we think we’ve arrived, we have a long way to go. Those teachers who don’t think they need student feedback often need it the most.
Improve your teaching with student feedback.
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