Being a teacher is a tough job. Handling kids in the classroom, planning lessons, preparing tests, correcting test papers, attending parent-teacher meetings and teacher conferences while trying to cover the vast syllabus prescribed for the academic year…Phew! Things can become a tad bit overwhelming. Continue reading “The Art of Constructive Criticism”
There are two reasons why I am sharing this post:
- Interesting approach towards teaching
- The enthusiasm and engagement of students participating in this class.
I am the lucky bastard who gets to teach a class called Science/Fiction. And yes, I’m using that verb loosely. I’m a Chemistry professor, but my partner is an English professor. We’re working at making this a integrated, interdisciplinary experience. We have this notion we’re working from, an organizing principle we’re trying out… that science […]What I learned teaching ‘Science/Fiction’ this week. — Acadammit!