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Question 11

Page history last edited by David Shutkin 9 years, 4 months ago

Write down two or three questions you would like to ask me about myself or the class.

Did you grow up in Ohio?
Did you go to John Carroll University?
What is your primary goal that we, as students, should get out of the class?
Did you have any fears before becoming a teacher?
Did you ever teach below the college level?
What is your favorite part about being a professor?
When did you first know you wanted to become a teacher?
What has been the biggest challenge you have faced in this profession?
What would be some tips you have for up and coming teachers, seeing that you have been teaching?
What were some on your test taking skills like when you were in college?
What keep you motivate to want to teach while in school?
Will this class be more discussion or lecture based?

Are we planning on having different people in the field of education come in and share their experiences?
What should I expect the class to be like?

How will this class help me become a better teacher and student?
What grade levels and subjects have you taught?
Do you have any kids?
I would like to know how long have you been teaching?

What made you want to become a teacher?

Do you think the need for educators will increase as time goes on?
Why did you decide to teach?
What do you feel can improve in education today?
What are the biggest challenges you have faces as a teacher? and what made you know you wanted to become a teacher?
What, in your opinion is the biggest problem with education at this point in time?
How did you decide to specifically teach teaching?
What has been one of your most memorable moments in your teaching career?

 

 

 

 

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