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20120904 Teacher Skill Sheet

20120904 Teacher Skill Sheet

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EETN DC Circuits – 108394929.doc
Name ______________________________ 
Last updated September 5, 2012
Being An Effective Teacher 
: Prepare students for an electronics workplaceHelp students take maximum control of their school and work 
Has demonstrated understanding of 
key concepts
In addition to #3, can use skills and concepts in
classroom applications
In addition to #4, can choose a
problem-solving strategy
and determine
betweentwo topics to troubleshoot and improve learning and teaching
EETN DC Circuits – 108394929.doc
Name ______________________________ 
Last updated September 5, 2012
Theory Practice
3/5: Basic Ideas
Explain the expectations of the trade
Draw inferences|
Test inferences| (Troubleshooting)
Improve their own skills
Use knowledge to make logical decisions indepen-dently
Do what needs to get done without waiting for someone to force them
Be on time and keep commitments
Tackle unfamiliar questions
Ask for assistance when appropriate
Criticize in a constructive way
Create opportunities for student to practice meetingthe expectations of the trade
Students must be supported in doing each of theactivities at left
Record what the student can do independently
Keep a record of students’ skills that isunderstandable to students, employers
Provide information about what to improve
Get to know student personally
Work together with student to figure out how to im- prove
Ensure student has necessary skills
To be safe in the workplace
To make a contribution in the workplace
Know how student currently thinks about electricity
Previous knowledge, everyday experience
Hold high expectations
Get to know student personally
Support the potential of every student
Create a respectful, focused learning environment
Class norms and procedures
Constructive comments (teacher and students)
4/5: Circuit Applications
Welcome mistakes
Make them understandable
Make them low-risk 
Encourage student to use mistakes for improvement
Create opportunities for improvement
Help students find the reasons behind mistakes
EETN AC Circuits – 108394929.doc
Last updated September 5, 2012
5/5: Investigation Topics
1.How do you want to change the world?2.How can this program help you do that?3.One thing you can do well enough to explain it to someone else4.What are some of the things you did to improve at that?5.Have you ever heard an explanation of something, then tried to do it, and realized you didn’t know what to do? If so, give an example.6.What are some of the important lessons you’ve learned in your life? How did you learn them?7.Give an example or two of times when you made decisions independently?8.What does “learning” mean to you?First Day stuff Spaghetti challenge (what did it feel like to start doing something when you weren’t sure how?)How will you change the world?Intro surveyWhat are the pushups and what’s the game? (after survey)Opinion/Inference/FactHow to learn slowly/quickly (after survey)PBL makes you feel like you’re learning less when you’re learning moreHow to make a practice quiz
Planning a circuit; planning your learning
Drawing inferences about circuits/ about your learning
Testing inferences about circuits/ testing your own own knowledge and skills
Recording circuit measurements/ recording your knowledge and skills

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