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Am I doing it right?
Transcript of Am I doing it right?
1 st of all: What I am trying to achieve?
How do I plan to achieve it??
How was it?
A critical evaluation of one teaching activity
Dr. Joana O. S. Amorim
Oxford Brookes University
2h lecture+ 1h exercise class in PDEs (Partial Differential Equations)
Students: 3rd year Mathematics
When: 21th February 2014
Content: Sturm-Liouville Problems
teach students S-L problems
help students apply what they have learned until now to solve new problems
Thinking about Outcomes
In a community
Feed-backk from last year students:
"I have struggled without a module guide/booklet, I found the pace of lectures quite fast and it was difficult to write down all the notes on the board and understand what was happening."
"Have a module guide is a definite."
What students said:
The class developed with no issues;
I did not cover all the material I had planed (adapt the rhythm to the students reactions);
Students were able to solve exercises by themselves- good sign!
Design: the content of the lecture, examples and exercises are
with the learning outcomes and with assessment
Students felt material was delivered in a clear way
Lecture notes are a good support
Students felt pace of lecture was high even if I did not covered all the planned material
Investigate techniques that can help me in the delivery of the material: slow down the pace without losing capacity of delivery of material or making the class too dull.
Continue to work on the lecture notes
Engage with students that do not ask questions
Example of alignment
Learning outcome 1:
"Have developed knowledge and understanding of aspects of Sturm-Liouville Theory"
Activity in class:
Example of question in past exam:
3/5 Graduate attributes covered in this class
5/7 Learning outcomes covered in this class
1. Have developed knowledge and understanding of aspects of Sturm-Liouville theory