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== Ideas ==
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; Seven Important Things to Do In Teaching Recitations.
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# Encourage interaction by creating a safe environment in your classroom.
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# Be prepared. One of the best ways to be prepared is by going to class.
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# Know your audience. We almost always assume too much about the students. Give students a survey on the first day.
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# Think about your purpose in presenting the material and structure the recitation to achieve that goal.
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# Use the blackboard or other educational technologies to their best advantage.
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# Keep track of how the students are doing.
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# Keep track of how you are doing.
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From [http://web.mit.edu/tll New Graduate Teaching Staff Orientation by the MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory]
  
 
==Articles==
 
==Articles==
 
* [http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/chemistry/5-95j-teaching-college-level-science-and-engineering-fall-2012/assignments/MIT5_95JF12_PitfallGuidlne.pdf Some Guidelines for Handling Problems, Pitfalls, Booby Traps, and Surprises (in Teaching)], Orientation Workshop for New Faculty and Graduate Teaching Staff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 1994. (Revised August 2005)
 
* [http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/chemistry/5-95j-teaching-college-level-science-and-engineering-fall-2012/assignments/MIT5_95JF12_PitfallGuidlne.pdf Some Guidelines for Handling Problems, Pitfalls, Booby Traps, and Surprises (in Teaching)], Orientation Workshop for New Faculty and Graduate Teaching Staff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 1994. (Revised August 2005)
* [https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/3325664.pdf Never Use a Red Pen," And Other Maxims for Reflective Teaching," JM Schuster, 1998
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* [https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/3325664.pdf Never Use a Red Pen], And Other Maxims for Reflective Teaching," JM Schuster, 1998
 
* [http://ecommons.med.harvard.edu/ec_res/nt/0A6821C6-76D4-400B-AA3D-E081994789F1/6_common_non-facilitating_teaching_behaviors.pdf Teaching Tips: Six Common Non-Facilitating Teaching Behaviors], Sondra M. Napell, University of California, Berkeley. Reprinted from “Contemporary Education,” published by the School of Education, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana. Vol. XLVII, No. 2, Winter, 1976.
 
* [http://ecommons.med.harvard.edu/ec_res/nt/0A6821C6-76D4-400B-AA3D-E081994789F1/6_common_non-facilitating_teaching_behaviors.pdf Teaching Tips: Six Common Non-Facilitating Teaching Behaviors], Sondra M. Napell, University of California, Berkeley. Reprinted from “Contemporary Education,” published by the School of Education, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana. Vol. XLVII, No. 2, Winter, 1976.
  

Latest revision as of 14:55, 11 September 2016

Some teaching references:

Ideas

Seven Important Things to Do In Teaching Recitations.
  1. Encourage interaction by creating a safe environment in your classroom.
  2. Be prepared. One of the best ways to be prepared is by going to class.
  3. Know your audience. We almost always assume too much about the students. Give students a survey on the first day.
  4. Think about your purpose in presenting the material and structure the recitation to achieve that goal.
  5. Use the blackboard or other educational technologies to their best advantage.
  6. Keep track of how the students are doing.
  7. Keep track of how you are doing.

From New Graduate Teaching Staff Orientation by the MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory

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