John Dailey

About me



Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by John Dailey

Use all of the forms of lecture in order to keep students engages and thinking.

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by John Dailey

I like the idea of meeting students at the door on the first day of class and using this as an opportunity to begin learning names.

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by John Dailey

I really liked the aspect of arriving early in order to interact with the students. As was mentioned, this is a great way to get over nerves. 

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by John Dailey

I liked the three roles: Model, Manager, and Motivator, and the 5 Cs: Credible, Candid, Compassionate, Committed, and Clear. I would add Confident.

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by John Dailey

I liked the three roles: Model, Manager, and Motivator, and the 5 Cs: Credible, Candid, Compassionate, Committed, and Clear. I would add Confident.

Support Material, Notes, and Assessment | Origin: ED109 | New comment by John Dailey

Maximizing the use of technology where practical and applicable will aid students who are digital natives. Using good supporting material is critical to keeping student's attention and providing...

Learning Objectives and Standards | Origin: ED109 | New comment by John Dailey

The criticality of using objectives to define what material will be taught and standards to serve as the measuring stick for both students and instructors.

Overview of Lesson Plans | Origin: ED109 | New comment by John Dailey

The importance of developing detailed lesson plans, keeping them updated, and organized

Preparation for Lesson Planning | Origin: ED109 | New comment by John Dailey

Using assessments early and often to gauge student knowledge, learning and to assist in pacing the course.     

Creating Effective Assessments | Origin: ED103 | New comment by John Dailey

I gained a better understanding of the reasons for selecting the various types of evaluations and tips for constructing questions within each type.