Sunday, June 18, 2006

Mr. Silva-Brown's Report Card, Part Three "What were things that Mr. Silva-Brown did well?"

And finally, we end on a good note. These are all the things, word for word, that the students thought that I did well.

-Communicate with the class
-Notes and lectures.
-Made sure we understood.
-Liked Stock Market Project
-Fun and entertaining.
-Good job explaining stuff
-Showed visuals that made me understand
-Organizing
-Listening to opinions
-Covered a lot of information
-The quizzes and notes were well put together.
-Notes, lectures, explaining.
-Slide shows
-Really well written notes
-Good job explaining stuff.
-Gave lots of time to study
-Bought us pizza (I lost a bet. I picked the Kings to have a better regular season than the Lakers. I lost, and the Lakers still suck)
-Going over what we learned about and helping me understand
-Well prepared with a lesson every day. I definately learned a lot.
-Made things fun
-Really organized and got your point across
-No surprises and down to business
-Detailed analysis of what was being taught
-Your notes were organized so that we knew exactly what to write.
-Kept bookwork to a minimum and more hands on projects.
-Explaining things and giving examples
-Organized and explained notes
-Making sure everyone understood
-Making sure the class was fun
-Detail of stuff he was teaching
-Dressed
-Went over things if you didn't understand
-Kept us updated with news
-Taught the class with organized notes and explained everything
-Love Jeopardy (our review for tests)
-Gave plenty of info
-listened to everyone
-talked to the class
-put things in terms that everyone could understand
-explaining everything
-explained everything well
-Never ignored a question, even if stupid ones
-Connected with students and made lectures tolarable
-always organized
-Knew what he was talking about
-made class fun with projects
-Explained things we were talking about clearly
-made sure people understood what you were talking about
-bashing Toby Keith
-Notes and activities
-how you presented things and doing assignments that were fun
-Dressed up with Barbie and Batman and explaned costs, thus explaining Economics in terms you could understand
-Talk, and give incentive to be in the class
-lectures and notes
-joke around
-explaining material
-Notes and explaining things
-Spoke loud and clear
-gave good examples
-Funny jokes and makes things understandable
-Jeopardy
-Explained things really well
-Kept class fun
-wanted us to learn the stuff
-emphasized what was important and got us involved with business
-Strict on homework and rules
-Class was enjoyable and the field trip was cool!
-You made the class fun, and if it was not fun at least it was interesting.
-lecture, amusement and your ability to stay on topic
-Motivate the class using other methods, the class was well balanced
-Made class interesting
-Taught concepts well
-You taught well and had a good time with us
-Talking and lecturing
-Got involved and found way to make it interesting
-Good attitude
-I like the way you could mess around and still teach well at the same time
-Made the topic interesting, kept my attention, made me understand
-Preparation and making things understandable
-Very relaxed atmosphere
-Easy to get along with, but strict when you need to be
-How to start and operate a business.
-Barbie and Batman!
-I felt like I learned a lot more than friends in other classes
-Gave good, clear directions
-Explained economics with passion
-great examples and good ideas
-helpful group projects
-argueing with me
-good lectures and presentations
-You really get invovled and make it hard to fall asleep
-explained assignments well and had some good jokes
-Talking about economics and explaining real good
-make the day go by really fast
-makes us laugh while we take notes
-explaining
-made the subject make sense and understandable
-made sure everyone was on the same page
-didn't give in to accepting late work
-talk
-communication with students
-Went over the text and explained if we didn't understand
-Power point and notes, explaining things, and getting along with students
-sense of humor, made learning fun
-good discussions
-explaining until we all understood
-Different ways of teaching to get our attention
-Did his job in a professional manner
-People in my past have said that you are a real asshole, but not really, I think you prepare us for the real world, you get back just as much as you put in the class.
-How he explained himself
-Teaching us
-speaking loudly
-Class was fun and very well organized at the same time. You level fun and learning pretty good and it is the most like a college level class since we really do learn stuff in class and not jerk around all day. It was also good how you kept your opinion and didn't tell us.
-explain when people didn't understand
-You are a good teacher. You know your stuff and I learned a lot.
-Great presentation skills
-fun and challenging projects
-Jeopardy, note taking, commercials, loud voice and news.
-Humor to the learning experience
-Notes were fun and interesting, entertaining while teaching, jeopardy was very helpful
-explaining economics
-making class fun
-Getting your attention
-Jeopardy is awesome
-Letting me make movies
-Great examples and explanations
-class was enjoyable
-good hands-on activities
-Notes on the projector
-teaching and lecture
-teaching the Stock Market, trade and business
-The field trip to the FED
-Different methods of understanding
-Jeopardy and the news
-made people laugh
-A set schedule and the agenda on the board
-Jeopardy and the power points
-The Stock market, jeopardy, the Senate/Congress stuff from Gov, Econ Expo
-explained things and made you understand
-made sure we understood what we learned
-explained things good
-make the class laugh
-did not rush through stuff and make us feel safe if we have a question
-loud and clear, explained until we understood
-explained himself good and put knowledge in our head
-Stayed on track and kept the class involved. Made it fun to be here.
-understanding and managing stocks
-power points
-discuss problems around the world
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