For the purpose of this lesson reflection,“strength” is a choice you made in your planning or an action you took during the lesson that aided the students in meeting all or part of a learning objective you must use specific lesson evidence to support your claims that students were better able to meet all or part of a learning. Here is my first attempt at sharing personal video-footage with the wider world i have been inspired to do this after watching headteacher, @johntomsett do the same you can watch john in my visual anatomy of a great teacher post this is not posted as a solution to behaviour management merely a. Evidence of student learning as you are teaching your lesson, you will be constantly assessing the students' progress your reflection is the opportunity to summarize and analyze what you were considering about students during the lessons reflect on the student learning, identifying specific situations and your reaction to. 5 days ago i have recently been looking for new ways to end lessons aiming for more of a focus on reflection, i created a poster for my classroom: click here for the high- quality, printable pdf version i also wanted something to stick in the books, that children could self or peer assess work on, so i created this. Reflecting on lessons reflecting on each lesson will save you time when planning in the future it will also help you become a more mindful teacher we recommend saving a space at the end of your lesson plans where you can jot down brief notes on the following: what went well which activities or discussions would.
This is the easiest way to begin a process of reflection since it is purely personal after each lesson you write in a notebook about what happened you may also describe your own reactions and feelings and those you observed on the part of the students you are likely to begin to pose questions about what you have. Lesson reflection questions as i reflect on the lesson, to what extent were the students productively engaged in the learning process (academic engaged time /time on task) were students interested and motivated to learn during these lessons why or why not did you make changes during the lessons to enhance. Each lesson reflection will have a different focus, depending on the events that unfold the following are suggestions of questions to consider in your reflections please separate your reflection into these three sections analysis of the lesson this is not a blow by blow description of the lesson rather you should provide.
Student teacher lesson reflection questions can be used with supervisor, mentor teacher, colleague, or alone 1 in light of the learning objectives, how do you think the lesson went what did you learn from your assessment data 2 did the students learn what you wanted them to learn how do you know that the. We might all agree that reflection is a powerful tool but how can we help students to reflect in the classroom of course reflection should be a component that builds onto knowledge they have acquired throughout the lesson so why is reflection so important benefits of reflection significance: it allows. Lesson plan self-reflection and evaluation self-evaluation is a powerful tool that will help you become a better teacher reflecting on and evaluating your teaching after a lesson is over will give you insights that may save you lots of trouble later even a few brief evaluative notes on a lesson plan will help you immensely the.
Questions have been raised about what constitutes effective continuous professional development short-term training initiatives for in-service teachers have had limited success as agents of change lesson study, an approach initiated by the japanese, could address this shortcoming lesson study is a bottom-up. Self-assessment tool for post-lesson reflection the aim of this self-assessment tool is to help you reflect about as many aspects of your teaching as possible we suggest that you read through the points below after each lesson you teach during your teaching practice, and indicate your level of contentment by + + + - -.
This resource contains a set of questions that teachers may use to self-assess their practice following a lesson the questions guide teachers to reflect on evidence of student learning, lesson execution, planning, and next steps. Reflect: implementation reflection 1 brief description of lesson plan my lesson was intended for our unit on informational text with my sixth grade language arts classes, covering two 50 minute periods the purpose was to teach students a more visual way to take notes in order to aid their comprehension. Studies prove that reflecting on an exercice or a lesson gives up to 20% better learning results this is a 2 steps session that alternates individual reflection and collective sharing around 4 questions: what was easy about the exercice what was difficult about the exercice what strategies did i use to solve the problem. Reflecting on learning is one of the best ways to consolidate skills and knowledge that a student has acquired in this lesson, you will learn what makes a good reflection question, and you will see some examples of how a reflection question might look.
Detailed notes from your observation of your recording are included the instructor can look at your notes and have a good idea of what happened during the lesson written reflection includes all components and shows thoughtfulness and deep reflection on the experience in this section be sure to discuss whether. The importance of reflection by taryn sanders have you ever sat in your classroom after a long day of teaching, thinking about the lessons you taught that day you may have asked yourself why the math lesson went so well or why the social studies lesson seemed to confuse the students so much we've all been there.
We are so pleased to introduce a new blogger, suzanne teague, from orange county, florida this blog was written at the end of the school year, and she just came across it in her journal we thought it was so informative about the lesson study process that we thought we would share it with you now, during the winter. List the outcomes (objectives), both academic and affective of the lesson you will reference each of these as you respond to the next prompts (tess 1c2) lr2 identify strengths in the lesson in relation to the academic and affective [ social/emotional] objective(s) use specific evidence from the lesson to support. Questions to consider in your reflection: 1 what aspects of your lesson were implemented differently than you planned why did that happen 2 if you were going to teach this lesson to the same group of students, what would you do differently why what would you do the same why 3 what surprised you in your.
Light reflection teacher lesson plan background information light is energy that travels in waves light travels in straight paths until it hits an object if light hits the surface of a medium that is smooth and polished, the wave will bounce back or be reflected a wave that strikes the surface of an object is called the incoming. Beyond just incorporating it into your classroom as a formative or summative assessment tool, you can use your personal reflecting to make your class more transparent and your process more accessible to young people every day brings a chance to reflect on your own lessons as a teacher with your. Reflection lyrics: selfishly state that i'm afraid to leave / no longer confident you'll follow me / honestly, this is what it's like on the other side of apathy / reflecting nothing while you feel.