STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR
STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR UTS 170
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Date Created: 09/06/15
Apprentice Teacher Date Period Following are some practices that might be evident in a good teachinglearning environment Not all of these will be readily observed in evezyclass meeting Some might not apply in your particular classes at all Also if your cooperating teacher does not want you to engage in certain practices you should f0110Wtbe instructions of ze cooperaa39ng teacher If you have questions regarding any of these items please ask denotes pra ctrbe observed denotes pra ctrbe tlra tnglrt warrant a ttentI39on 0r consr39dera tron The UTeach Field Folder was readily available and properly organized including current seating chart copies of today s agenda or lesson plan handouts worksheets qurzzes etc The teacher was professional in appearance The teacher maintained a professional demeanor in conducting class and interacting with students The teacher greeted students at the classroom door as they arrived The teacher greeted the class pleasantly 7 The teacher began class promptly students were engaged immediately The teacher related today s lesson to previous lessons or activities The teacher addressed students by their rst or preferred names The teacher spoke loudly and distinctly so as to be heard by all students avoided overuse of words like All right So The teacher insisted that students discontinue conversations when the teacher was addressing the class the teacher did not attempt to talk over the students during direct teach The teacher redirected inattentive students and corrected distracting behavior promptly ef ciently and effectively The teacher handled interruptions announcements messengers latearrivals etc with a minimum of distraction The teacher observed district campus and classroom policies and rules fairly but rmly eg rules regarding iPods cell phones food candy and beverages etc The teacher used effective questioning techniques minimized directing questions to the class at large called on specific students randomly by name The teacher moved around the classroom efficiently during the instructional period The teacher maintained a panoramic view of the classroom remained aware of student behavior and engagement The teacher used positive reinforcement appropriately eg said please and thank you praised proper behavior complimented correct responses expressed appreciation for student cooperation etc The teacher treated all students with appropriate respect avoided embarrassing students and refrained from making sarcastic commen s The teacher encouraged proper interaction among students discouraged inappropriate behavior disparaging remarks or disrespectful actions between students Students questions comments and responses were audible to other class members or if not the teacher encouraged students to speak loudly enough to be heard or the teacher repeated the students remarks for the benefit of the class The teacher appeared to be wellprepared for today s class activity materials and supplies were readily available 0 no ogy was tested and functioned properly handouts were distributed ef ciently The teacher demonstrated adequate knowledge of material being presented explanations were clear misconceptions were promptly corrected confusion and misunderstandings were minima The teacher encouraged intellectual curiosity provided responsive replies to student questions welcomed appropriate student comments was careful not to allow one or two students to monopolize the discussion In group activity the teacher ensured that each student had a speci c responsibility and that each student contributed to the group endeavor Students were constructively engaged during the entire instructional time there was no down time When students completed the assigned work test or activity there was other meaningful work homework or extracredit work for example to be The teacher was aware of issues related to time management steady pacing avoiding a rush to complete a lesson or activity The teacher related today s lesson or activity to the next day s assignment or planned activity Students remained seated until dismissed by the teacher at the end of class The teacher shared appropriate parting words with the class at the end of the period eg Thanks everybody Great class today thanks Don t forget to study for the quiz Have a great weekend
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