In this lesson, we highlight a number of logistical and timing considerations.
Be aware of a number of logistical and timing considerations to attend to before class, during class, and after class ends, plus considerations for obtaining student feedback.
Provide benefits associated with starting and ending class on time. Note two activities to plan time for after class, and something to watch out for after class is over. When just beginning to teach classes of varying lengths, describe what might help you to adapt a class to different lengths. Provide a quick tip that you can do throughout class to avoid “getting behind.” Provide considerations regarding the practice space that will be helpful to know before class starts. Describe considerations for classes occurring at the following times: in the morning, at lunchtime, in the evening, on the weekend. Explain why you might wish to occasionally re-read the class description presented to students in studio materials. Name three different ways you might obtain student feedback on your teaching and what might help to encourage more participation in your request for feedback, plus potential questions to include in a student feedback form.
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