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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 lesson included a comparison between a rushed, unorganized, poorly prepared and maybe inexperienced teacher in the first video and a calm, clear and collective, organized one in the second video. The professor in the first video was all over the place, kept on going back to his notes every two minutes, kept on asking more and more questions which further confused students as no lesson was explained beforehand. Students were confused, frustrated, weren't sure what was asked of them to do. Professor was jumping from subject to subject meanwhile leaving students in a daze as no clear explanations were given to them. He didn't know students names, he was correcting students without asking students if they understand. He rushed through the lesson, and through the classroom game which was completely confusing to the students. No one knew why they won or lost! He was a poor scorekeeper and biased towards one group simply because he felt like it. Very random teaching and didn't even introduce himself at the beginning of the lesson. On the other hand in the second video as soon as he walked in the class he introduced himself as well as had the students introduce themselves, after which he practiced saying each one of their names. He had his notes already prepared on the board once he walked in the classroom, he was clear with his explanations and instructions, gave lots of personal examples, encouraged students, laughed with them and made them comfortable. He was far more patient the in the first video. He had fun illustrations, sample objects (ex. plate), and countless reflective demonstrations. He monitored the class progress, followed up with questions or answers, gave clear feedback. At the end he thanked the class for participating in the lesson which is something which wasn't done in the first video. Finally, in conclusion the attitude that the teacher comes into class with will have a profound effect on the success of the lesson.