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Taking Down the Fourth Wall: Talking to Students about Teaching CEIT March 8, 2013. Sophie Godley, MPH Clinical Assistant Professor Director, Undergraduate Education School of Public Health. Who inspires your teaching?. Today ’ s Learning Objectives.

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Taking down the fourth wall talking to students about teaching ceit march 8 2013

Taking Down the Fourth Wall: Talking to Students about TeachingCEITMarch 8, 2013

Sophie Godley, MPH

Clinical Assistant Professor

Director, Undergraduate Education

School of Public Health



Today s learning objectives
Today Teaching’s Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify why it can be beneficial for teachers and students alike when there is an ongoing conversation about teaching;

  • Articulate a new strategy for eliciting feedback from students;

  • Describe opportunities and limitation of using a class Facebook page for getting student feedback.



Agenda

Agenda


Why gather ongoing feedback from students

Why gather ongoing feedback from students?



Our world local problems require

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Our world & local problems require:

  • Active problem-solving

  • Creativity & flexible thinking

  • Multiple skill sets

  • Group work, people management, adapting to diverse expectations

  • Community competence

  • Acknowledgement of the role of race – and the specific history

  • What else?



Midcourse evaluations

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Midcourse evaluations

  • START/STOP/GO

  • “How are you contributing to your learning in this class?”

  • “What can you do to further your learning?”

  • “Anything else you would like your professor to know?”


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  • Create a “group” page

  • Students can “like” the page

  • History: keeps current and past students

  • Posting: allows students to post articles, questions, events

  • Page administrator: keeps it private


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Presentation Title Teaching

MC725

  • http://www.facebook.com/Mc725WomenChildrenAdolescentsBusph

  • Blog posts: on perfectionism, when an activity didn’t go as planned, my reflections and thoughts.

  • Comments: about 8/84 students posted.



How do you know it didn t work

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How do you know it didn’t work?

  • Facial expressions

  • Ran out of time

  • Didn’t meet objectives

  • Students seem bored, unengaged


Your turn

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Your Turn

  • Transforming your classroom

  • Where are you now?

  • Where would you like to be?

  • Who can be a resource for you?


Contact sophie godley mph
Contact TeachingSophie Godley, MPH

  • Boston University School of Public Health

  • Crosstown, 801 Mass Ave, 4th Floor Office 445

  • Boston, MA 02118

  • Ph: 617/638-5296 Email: [email protected]

  • Facebook: Sophie Godley

  • Twitter: [email protected]


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