I Wish My Students/Teacher Knew
This activity promotes both teacher and student wellbeing throughout the whole semester (beginning, middle and end). It helps you and students to connect as human beings and communicate effectively.
Rapport building and adding a human touch to your class by suggesting a periodic reflection of their emotional reactions. It can be used as an asynchronous assignment (shared or private). It is also useful for feedback and for making adaptations to classroom management techniques, strategies and assignments based on the responses/feedback of students.
Write separate sentences or a short paragraph starting with “I wish my teacher/students knew that…”
It depends on how much time you and your students wish to spend on the activity.
Shared Space (Google Classroom, Google Currents, a blog, shared Google docs. etc.)
View Amena’s sample document with example statements Google doc, opens in a new tab).
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