My UX Teaching
How I implemented Chinese teaching with UX practices
After leaving school, language teaching was the first job for me to bring my “design” to the world. The design work spreading within my 3-year teaching experience, was not a piece of painting or a fascinating website, but the curriculum I created for my students to help them better engage in a language learning environment.
In my “UX teaching project”d=, I was the researcher, the designer, and the presenter. As I looked back, I see the experience as a process of problem solving. My goal was to accurately define the learning problems of my students and created solutions for them. That is to say, how well the students would be receiving the knowledge and delivering what they have learned into a real language, were largely depended on the quality of my design works, namely, my teaching slides, assignments, quizzes and exams, and my performances in class. From my teaching experience, I learned to build my problem-solving and communication skills. What's more, making visually appealing classroom materials was also a good opportunity for me to enhance my design skills.