YEAH YEAH yeah for my 2nd hour class you all posted and did a great job of answering the questions and responding to each other. I am very very proud of you. Only 2 students didn't complete hoping that Week 4 will give a 100% activity.
Haley thanks for the points about facial expressions they say a lot for us. Shelby, advice is a great point and Katlyn you do a great job of giving feedback in class. Max great feedback examples of shaking hands one we often forget about. Taylor L you are right test scores do provide feedback to teachers, but so do homework assignments allow teachers to see where they have broken communication before the test. David when you are talking to someone 99% of the time they are hearing you but may not be listening. Esther more students need to use your feedback example of asking questions in class. Alex make sure to re-read before posting for errors, yes eye contact is very important. Carol and Kelcey thanks for adding the blog as a part of feedback. Torrie "think before you speak" a basic rule thanks for adding that. Mckenzie body language is a huge feedback to teachers in the classroom, your descriptions were great. Taylor P thanks for saying we should welcome feedback and constructive critisim because if you never get it you know the person doesn't care about you. Maria providing understandable feedback is very important because without understanding there is no point. Tori good feedback does improve communcation good point. Emma participation is important in classes, it helps teachers not be so onesided. Harley improvement is constructive criticism, you made a great point.
Mrs. Miller will use the blog to help students ask questions, remember what we did in class and just a place to discuss class topics.