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Unformatted text preview: the students. They have enjoyed the experiments and look forward to the lessons. For example, I used beakers of hot and cold water and food coloring to demonstrate the properties of hot and cold molecules. They seemed to really enjoy the lesson and grasped the concept. I would consider this an example of good teaching. A good teacher does not cater to certain students who seem bright or ahead of the rest of the class while leaving the others behind. A good teacher also does not punish students for wrong answers. On one of my first lessons a few semesters ago, I was doing an introduction to magnets and I noticed that I was only choosing the students who always asked questions. I was not including the other students in the discussion. Since then I have been working on that but I would consider that as an example of bad teaching....
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- Spring '11