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Teacher self analysis Whether you are a new teacher or experience teacher, it is always important that from time to time, you evaluate and assess your teaching skills and abilities in the classroom. For new teachers, this can be achieved in a number of ways, for example: - By observing how experienced teachers perform in a classroom setting taking notes, and adapting what you have seen, towards developing your own personal style. - Or by having an experience, teaching observer/ monitor, record your lesson. So that later, he or she can offer tips to improve your techniques. - Keeping a daily journal of your classroom experiences, and reviewing your lesson plans, is also, a very good way of monitoring and developing your individual progress. - Being flexible and creative in your teaching, keeping up to date with technology and new methods, can be very rewarding, - Feedback from students, this is normally expressed visually, by their interest or lack of interest towards your lesson. Remember that you are a teacher, not a genius with all the answers, sometimes, reflective teacher educational development is just, as important as, student development. Re:- http://www.tesolcourse.com/tesol-course-articles/self-analysis/article-01-mr.php A teacher who talks to much using little or no