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You don't need to prove you are smart to your students - prove you are passionate!

I have and will continue to promote safety FIRST every day. This will embed it into the student's brain. If it is a reminder every day, they're less likely to injure themselves or others, however, accidents do happen. Having a class discussion about the safety policy will help them to retain it. 

In the course I teach, it requires constant evaluation, because the students are applying skills learned while performing what they have learned. The grading Rubic is a good for the student to see what the grading differences are and how to improve.

There seem to be many different characteristics of Lab or shop teaching. You must first identify the different learning styles of the students. When they can move at their own pace, they are less stressed and likely to be more successful. However, they also need to be progressively reaching not only their goals, but also completing the course on time.

I believe the as in past lesson topics, the learners will learn faster and remember a greater portion of the lessons when they can do hands on. They also can apply the AFFECTIVE domain process; this will reaffirm what skills and abilities they have acquired.

Questions are good it lets you know what they are learning and understanding 

Learned better  understanding of the different learning styles and how to teach the information. 

I learned quite a bit, but my biggest take-away is that students don't care how smart you are, they care that you care (about them and the subject). If they feel cared about, they just may do better in the subject because connection is important in the classroom.

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