Students as Teachers Reflection Questions

Engaging students as teachers can be challenging, especially when educators are already overworked and under-resourced. Following are some reflection questions developed by Anastacia Brie and Grace O’Keeffe of the Hudson High School of Learning Technologies in New York City, New York.

 

Reflection Questions

  • What responsibilities do you hand over to students?
  • How do you monitor the student’s achievements when they are teaching?
  • When can teachers foster students taking responsibility for teaching?
  • In what context are students going to be effective teachers?
  • What are the benefits and challenges?
  • Do students as teachers approaches have wide-spread applications across the curriculum?
  • How can these approaches be adapted to fit teachers and students schedules?
  • How do we measure the success of students as teachers in the data-driven environment of education?
  • In heterogeneous groups, can students who aren’t from the same group be effective teachers?
  • How can we extend successful teaching by students across the classroom?
  • Can engaging students as teachers affect classroom teaching in general?

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