Team Teaching

Posted on October 15th, 2014 by

I have a question for everyone. Last semester I was in a class outside of the Ed. Dept. where I had to research and co-present on a topic to the class. During the actual presentation/ teaching, my partner explained a portion of our research incorrectly giving false information. I had no idea what to do! What do you think should be done in a situation like that, should something be said, or not?

 


One Comment

  1. Morgan Cronin says:

    I think I would’ve said something along the lines of, “What I think so-and-so means is…” or perhaps later mention “To clarify from earlier…” You know when someone pronounces a word wrong and you make a point to use it more often so they learn how to say it without embarrassing them? I’d do that. But it’s definitely tricky.