• Question: IF YOU HAD TO TEACH A CLASS , HOW MANY STUDENTS WOULD YOU TEACH

    Asked by Xx CAM'RON xX to Sandra, Lewis, James, Hummy, Dakshat on 15 Mar 2017.
    • Photo: James Martin

      James Martin answered on 15 Mar 2017:


      20 or less. more time to spend with each student and answering their questions

    • Photo: Sandra Greive

      Sandra Greive answered on 15 Mar 2017:


      I have taught classes of 20-25 lots of times, these were usually workshops or interactive discussion classes. I prefer the small group approach or one-to-one training in the lab, its more freeform and requires less planning, and suits my personal style a bit better.

    • Photo: Dakshat Trivedi

      Dakshat Trivedi answered on 15 Mar 2017:


      I would stick to anywhere between 10-20, in even numbers if possible. My style of tutoring involves lots of activites and pairing students up or splitting them into groups. So a manageable even number would be ideal.

    • Photo: Lewis Wright

      Lewis Wright answered on 15 Mar 2017:


      I agree with everyone else, 20 is a good number.

      However I would also like to be a lecturer, so then you could have classes of 50, or even 100!

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