1. Clarity in the Teaching
When I begin a new unit of study or project with students, I expect to clarify the purpose and learning goals and provides explicit criteria for how the students can be successful. I will also present examples to students so they can see what the end product looks like.
2. Executive Classroom Discussion
Teachers need to frequently step onstage and facilitate entire class discussion. This allows students to learn from each other. Through observation, I would like to access how well my students are grasping new content and concepts.
Learners can know they are moving forward without steady through consistent feedback. Along with individual feedback (written or verbal), teachers need to provide whole-group feedback on patterns they see in the collective class' growth and areas of need. I expect to give My Students the opportunity to provide feedback to me so that I can adjust the learning process, materials, and instruction accordingly.
4. Formative Assessments
In order to provide my students with elective and accurate feedback, I would like to assess them frequently and routinely where my students are in relation to the unit of studies learning goals or end product (summative assessment)