In an elementary math class, the teacher, Ms. Garcia, was teaching multiplication tables to her third-grade students. She used a variety of techniques to keep the students engaged, including games, flashcards, and worksheets.
Ms. Garcia allowed students ample time to practice their multiplication facts, working alongside them to provide guidance and support. Students were encouraged to work collaboratively with their peers, which helped to reinforce key concepts and improve retention.
Ms. Garcia was very patient and supportive throughout the lesson, providing positive feedback and encouragement to the students. She also kept the class well-organized and on-task, using classroom routines and procedures to maximize instructional time.
Overall, it was evident from my observation that Ms. Garcia creates a positive and supportive learning environment that encourages active participation and collaboration. Her approach to teaching ensures that all students have the opportunity to learn and succeed.