During lessons, I handle lots of error correction for students. This lets me customize content to support students’ actual needs. As we go along, I take notes. And at the end of class, the notes go to the students.
But as you can probably guess, I’m the kind of person who tends to doodle a lot in my class notes. That’s because it’s very easy for me to draw a quick doodle to explain an idea or concept. Of course this changes from class to class but there are some I use regularly. The few drawings on this page are examples of errors that I hear a lot or which tend to be common among my students.
Get in touch
I’d love to hear what sort of errors you find and how you handle them. Do you use images or doodle just like me? If so, I’d love to see your drawings too. So get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org