Stephen Suglio

Kent State University class of '18.

Location

OH

Recent Posts by Stephen

Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:45 AM in Assessing within a Lecture
What are some ways that you check for understanding within a lecture to make it more engaging?

Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:31 AM in Lab Safety Enforcement
Thank you for answering my question so thoroughly! I am a pre-service teacher right now, so all these tips are very helpful for when I will start running my own class. I will share your input with the other pre-service teachers in my class.

Wed Nov 08, 2017 3:04 PM in Lab Safety Enforcement
What are some things that you do to enforce safety in a chemistry classroom that address different levels of severity?  For example, not wearing goggles, improper attire, or maybe blatant disregard for activity instructions?





Recent Reviews by Stephen


Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:44 AM
4 Useful energy sci object
This Sci Object was a great way to elicit some misconceptions on the subject of energy usage and address them via relevant data. It assessed for understanding throughout with little quiz questions. Regardless of whether you got the question right or wrong, it would include an explanation of why. It is very practical in terms of judging between different energy sources and determining the usefulness of them. Also, covers ideas such as efficiency, entropy, and perpetual motion machines. Overall, a good way to help solidify knowledge on the topic.


Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:05 PM
5 review
I really enjoyed this article and it brought up some things that I am only beginning to see in the classroom. I think one of the big takeaways for me is that classroom management gives you better control of class and gives students expectations and conditions to work under. Being aware of inefficiencies and creating systems for each aspect of the classroom from desk positioning to equipment positioning is critical for management. I think even one way that I have seen my own inefficiencies is passing papers back to students. It takes time to go to each student and hand them back their paper which can end up wasting . Also, knowing that every decision you make creates an expectation to your students for better or worse is something to always consider.


Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:05 PM
5 review
I really enjoyed this article and it brought up some things that I am only beginning to see in the classroom. I think one of the big takeaways for me is that classroom management gives you better control of class and gives students expectations and conditions to work under. Being aware of inefficiencies and creating systems for each aspect of the classroom from desk positioning to equipment positioning is critical for management. I think even one way that I have seen my own inefficiencies is passing papers back to students. It takes time to go to each student and hand them back their paper which can end up wasting . Also, knowing that every decision you make creates an expectation to your students for better or worse is something to always consider.






Recent Public Collections by Stephen


Classroom Management

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Classroom Management: Setting Up the Classroom for Learning
Type: Journal Article
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