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  1. ? Would youpersuade, speakofinterest, not ofreason.Benjamin Franklin .

  2. Teaching, learning and knowing are three different activities. Knowing – especially knowing how to learn – is one mark of the educated person. Teaching is simply away to promote that outcome.Charles Wright

  3. A saint is one who makes goodness attractiveLaurence Houseman

  4. A teacher is one who makes learning attractive

  5. The mediocre teachertellsThe good teacherexplainsThe superior teacherdemonstrates The great teacherinspiresWilliam A. Ward

  6. Students learn what they care about,from people they care aboutand who, they know, care about themThirty Years of StoriesBarbara Harrell Carso

  7. Design =SIMPLICITY … HONESTY … ACCESSIBILITY … ENJOYMENTJonathan Ive (designer of the iMac)

  8. The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influenceAmos Bronson Alcott Heinspires self-distrust He guides their eyes from himself to the spirit that quickens him He will have no disciple

  9. A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessaryThomas Carruthers

  10. Improving one’s teaching effectivenesswhy do it?

  11. What is your agenda? Wanna maximize the transference of knowledge? Is that it? OR you want to change the way they think?

  12. It's not what is poured into a student that counts, but what is plantedLinda Conway

  13. When teaching, light a fire, don't fill a bucketDan Snow

  14. How to teach when they don’t want to be taught?

  15. grab it! (how?)keep it! (how?)

  16. an accident!

  17. Databases:What are they?What do they do?Why were they invented?

  18. The use of COBOL cripples the mind;its teaching should, therefore, be regarded as a criminal offenseEdgar W. Dijkstra

  19. ? Lectures are one of the most effective methods of conveying infotruefalse

  20. ! Lectures should be abolished

  21. Lectures are better than reading material at… …inspiring students to appreciate the importance of key info

  22. Above all …lectures can better create a state of intellectual excitement that promotes learning

  23. ? Create a state of intellectual excitement

  24. thinking isthe greatestof pleasures Goethe

  25. asking questions

  26. Life is not about right & wrong answersIt is about the perpetualpursuit of increasingly sophisticatedquestions

  27. can computersthink?

  28. 1- clicknavigation ?

  29. Concept&Feasibility User Requirements Test Developer Specs Test Planning Test Design Test Implementation Test Integration Testing Acceptance Test Opr. & Maintenance Retirement

  30. Main Drawbacks

  31. Lack of knowledge about requirements Lag Concept&Feasibility User Requirements Test Developer Specs Test Planning Test Design Test Implementation Test Integration Testing Acceptance Test Opr. & Maintenance Retirement

  32. answering questions

  33. Chinese proverb: Tell me, I forget. Show me, I remember. Involve me, I understand.

  34. Complement their effort & enthusiasm before offering criticism

  35. The secret of education is respecting the pupilRalph Waldo Emerson

  36. A wisely chosen illustration is almost essentialto fasten the truth upon the ordinary mindHoward Crosby

  37. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example.State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something; give an example. State something;

  38. Stories

  39. Theatrics!

  40. Passion!

  41. Humor!

  42. When using comedy, make sure that all humor arises from the teaching points … if they remember the joke, they’ve remembered the training point. John Cleese

  43. Clarity!

  44. trust!

  45. Nothing so impresses a student as a lecturerwho makes a genuine effortto get to know them as individuals

  46. To be an outstanding teacher,one must genuinely like college-age students,and identify with their interests, both serious and foolish

  47. “Ah. If you could dance all that you’ve just said, then I’d understand.” Nikos Kazanztakis in Zorba the Greek

  48. What all the great teachers appear to have in common is love of their subject and an obvious satisfaction in arousing this love in their studentsJ. Epstine

  49. Speech Habits • Eye Contact • Gestures • Movement

  50. white boardstransparenciesmultimedia