- many thanks for taking the time to respond would you be willing to look at what I ve written for Entry #4? Asking a lot, I know. Best, P ... From:Message 1 of 4 , Jul 5, 2004View Sourcemany thanks for taking the time to respondwould you be willing to look at what I've written for Entry #4? Asking a lot, I know.Best,P----- Original Message -----From: tsunamiscienceSent: Sunday, July 04, 2004 7:16 PMSubject: [EASCI] Re: Documentation for Entry #4My thoughts
Remember that your documented accomplishments can be thought of as
teacher as learner, teacher as leader, and teacher in the community
and how these impact student learning. I think that it would be
better to be more specific. Get one of these kids to write something
specific as an email to you. That would also show that communicate
with students... Like-- After my teacher took a workshop on space,
we did some really cool labs yada yada yada that really made me
understand the solar system better. Just my thoughts...
Madge EA/Sci 2003
- I would use it. Dawn Hicks ... From: petrossp1 To: EASCI@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 7:55 AM Subject: [EASCI] Documentation for Entry #4 HasMessage 2 of 4 , Jul 5, 2004View SourceI would use it.Dawn Hicks----- Original Message -----From: petrossp1Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 7:55 AMSubject: [EASCI] Documentation for Entry #4Has anyone thought about using something like a page from
RateMyTeacher.com as documentation to show impact on student
learning. Many of the remarks by students indicate that they feel
they learned "tons of stuff", etc.
It would also have almost 38 or so comments by different students
over a period of time.