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    Making your class instruction relevant and engaging 081813 Making your class instruction relevant and engaging 081813 Presentation Transcript

    • making economics relevant and fun for our students by john min, phd NOVA
    • accidental teacher
    • fx sales
    • appointment
    • boredom
    • walter
    • unfulfilled
    • school
    • crisis
    • teacher
    • nvcc
    • enrollment
    • students
    • campus
    • neighbor
    • faculty
    • guilt
    • denial
    • credential
    • unsure
    • training
    • responsibility
    • motion
    • conference
    • mutual activity
    • conference talk
    • workshop
    • video
    • experiment
    • video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA0qGlnc-30&feature=fvw
    • my class
    • why http://www.maestroelearning.com/
    • obsession
    • tipping point
    • discovery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_6GUx1Zx0w
    • next thing Group work Shared learning Active participation
    • pedagogy
    • disaster
    • return
    • despondency
    • why
    • research 1) Understand Your Reasons for Teaching 2) Cultivate Ethical Behavior 3) Practice Patience and Perseverance 4)Design Curriculum That Works 5) Perfect Assessment Skills 6) Connect Positively to Community
    • insight http://brainruls.net/ http://brainrules.net/
    • rule #4
    • empirical
    • data
    • rule
    • implication
    • suggestion
    • master
    • attention
    • brain
    • pattern
    • mistake
    • shotgun
    • tools
    • prep
    • design
    • tip
    • so what?
    • story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc5QRxZidNQ
    • a note http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o&feature=related