My survey has shown I need to challenge some of the students to a greater extent.

My plan: to limit teacher talk time and focus on differentiation. Although this means more prep time, I think the rewards will be worth the effort. Strategies: analysis of current news articles –  varying degrees of difficulty, group work – calculations shown on white paper.

One student had elected to retake a test and the significant improvement in her result made her feel very confident in the section. I will encourage this?

 

To be honest, I am a little confused by the feedback:

My teacher wants us to use our thinking skills, not just memorize things. = high

My teacher doesn’t let people give up when the work gets hard.= high

My teacher makes us explain our answers – why we think what we think= average.

In this class, my teacher accepts nothing less than our full effort.= Low

 

Nevertheless, this “challenge” is an important aspect to focus on and will not be a waste of time.

 

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