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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

This unit covered various teaching materials and resources to help aid teachers in the classroom. I suppose it depends on the institute were a teacher is working, but some of the tech discussed is a bit outdated, such as tape recorders. I by no means teach at a hi-tech school, but we still have CD players available for use in the classroom. Still, the unit remained relevant and gave some useful pointers about how to handle and manage equipment. Being prepared and having backup plans for lessons that initially require some sort of tech is great advice. For an earlier unit I wrote about an experience I had when a PC I planned on using failed me; I had to adapt the lesson to be conducted with the blackboard on the fly. Luckily I had different-colored chalk and things worked out, but from then on I always have a backup plan for what to do if any aspect of a lesson goes wrong, and I always test my equipment at the beginning of the day or before a class. The board management sections gave sound advice to keep things understandable and effective as well. Planning ahead of time to optimize your use of space and keep things as neat as possible is crucial. The board is, after all, probably the most universally used tool. Other suggestions make me wish I could make use of an OHP too. I remember my teachers using them to make things easier and cut down on teacher writing time. Having students come up and fill in a blank for the rest of the class was also a nice incentive to get students to participate. As for IWB, I have never seen one but they sound like an interesting tool that I would like to explore if I ever get the chance. The unit also gave a plethora of resources to look through. From dictionaries to activity ideas, I now have a lot to think about that seems would be incorporated well into my lessons.