Carol Cook is an undergraduate who conducted a research project where she personally interviewed over 40 students individually, asking them what they believe makes for a great teacher. Specifically, she used a laddering interviewing technique that (1) identifies what attributes makes for a great teacher and (2) why those attributes are important to the student.
Today at Oklahoma State University she gave a spectacular seminar on the results of her interviews. If you want to become a great teacher, view this video of the seminar to learn how!
BTW: I have written eight blog entries in a series about the research, the first entry being here.
BTW, again: You may see that a scene jump to another scene abruptly. Parts of the video were edited out for reasons I choose not to say.
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