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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 TeachingCEITMarch 8, 2013

Sophie Godley, MPH

Clinical Assistant Professor

Director, Undergraduate Education

School of Public Health


Who inspires your teaching?


Today’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.


My teaching: My students


  • Introductions and review of objectives

  • Why gather ongoing feedback from students?

  • Using Facebook

  • Self-reflection on teaching

  • Comments and questions

Agenda


  • End of semester feedback: limited use

  • Are the students the “customer”?

  • Remind students that they are involved in their learning process

  • Midcourse corrections

Why gather ongoing feedback from students?


We must do hard things.


Godley

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?


Ways to gather feedback during the semester


Godley

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?”


Godley

  • 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


Presentation Title

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.


Self-reflection on teaching


Godley

How do you know it didn’t work?

  • Facial expressions

  • Ran out of time

  • Didn’t meet objectives

  • Students seem bored, unengaged


Godley

Your Turn

  • Transforming your classroom

  • Where are you now?

  • Where would you like to be?

  • Who can be a resource for you?


ContactSophie Godley, MPH

  • Boston University School of Public Health

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

  • Boston, MA 02118

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

  • Facebook: Sophie Godley

  • Twitter: [email protected]


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