Teachers receive a LOT of feedback, and as a new teacher, how you deal with it will determine how successful you’ll be. But what is it about receiving constructive feedback that makes us shut down or ignore it? How do we take something that, from the giver, was well-intentioned, and transform it into an attack? […]
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You can almost consider students as your “customers” in that they’re the ones that have to sit through your lesson, participate in your activities, … Read More 👉🏼 about TnT 48 Student feedback can completely change your teaching
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