Natasha Ramirez

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Common Instructor Mistakes | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

What ifs tend to be my biggest obstacle in professional and personal settings. I have to just remain prepared and this helps reduce any anxiety I may have been feeling about my teaching/lecture. I...

Managing Student Behavior | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Always listen then react. Allow students who are angry to explain why and take part of the solution, if a solution is even possible. Give time for the situation to diffuse but acknowledge their...

Dealing with Challenging Students | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Informative at teaching techniques for inattentive students or center stage. Make your presense known, inspire or motivate your students with guest speakers. Creating question cards, or meeting...

Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Setting multiple reminders for due dates. Set the missed assignment standards. There will always be a 10% variable of missed assignments and not always from the same students. 

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Try to touch each varying teaching style. Be prepared and take time to talk to students prior to start of class to get a feel of what the days feelings are. Demonstrations should be practiced before...

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Introduction of the students and yourself including nicknames and pronunciation. Students feel better about themselves and their education when an authority figure remembers their name. Create...

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

Setting the tone in classroom settings. Allowing students to understand who you are as a person. Always keeping a notepad handy. 

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Natasha Ramirez

You can be a friend to your students, but not a pal. Be supportive and motivative. But dont fall into the baby sitter trap. Remember that you are a professional, but that you may not always be the...