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Martin Burrett

Reflection - Are we part of the problem? by @sheep2763 - 0 views

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    "I went shopping at 8 o'clock one evening in my local supermarket (one of the German chains) and was chatting to the man on the checkout who was moaning about his job and his employer. He says he has to work very long hours (tonight he was going to finish at 1:00am) - longer than his contract says he should; he gets paid for the hours he works but only at standard hours. He doesn't like some of the jobs, they are not really his responsibility but they have to be done. There is a union but they don't seem to be very helpful. His bosses don't always seem to consider the consequences of their actions - the manager was leaving as I was being served and commented that he'd left two bags of garbage on a till further along and they would need moving in a bit. The man serving was the only person on the tills and he said that between customers (there weren't many at this time of the evening) he had to move the garbage and clean all of the tills then when the store closed he needed to work at changing stock and stacking shelves. As the manager left he turned and said, "I asked Matt if he could stay and help you but he gave an unequivocal no!""
Martin Burrett

Exit Ticket Emoji - 10 views

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    End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter.
Martin Burrett

Exit Ticket Emoji - 9 views

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    End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter.
Dean Mantz

Learning through Reflection - 13 views

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    "Reflection is thinking for an extended period by linking recent experiences to earlier ones in order to promote a more complex and interrelated mental schema. The thinking involves looking for commonalities, differences, and interrelations beyond their superficial elements. The goal is to develop higher order thinking skills."
Vicki Davis

Mrs. McConnell's Blog: My Top 12 Reflections on 2012, pt. 2 - 4 views

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    Even more inspirational, here Sandy shares how she worked hard to find a place where students are treated with compassion and inclusion and how she found someone to work with her. She also built onto her house and had surgery on a thyroid tumor. I think that some people think that innovators have it easy and they'll just work when it is easier. Sandy didn't have it easy at all and look at what she's done. I find her reflections so heartwarming and hope some of you will share your stories. We should draw strength from one another.
Vicki Davis

Mrs. McConnell's Blog: My Top 12 Reflections on 2012 pt. 1 - 4 views

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    Sandy McConnell has created a nice set of reflections for 2012, something I think all admins should want their teachers to do, where she shared her views, what she has done, and how she's improved. Such retrospection on a year is a powerful way to mark learning and remember. She's done so many things, but particularly I like how she didn't let the fact that she was temporarily laid off stop her from learning and moving forward. IF you're having a tough time, you might want to read what Sandy is and has done. She inspires me. Wow. I"ll link to all of her sets, because I"d like you to read them all.
Steve Fulton

http://stevefulton.blogspot.com/2012/02/learning-showcase-reflection-posts-just.html - 1 views

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    Using student blogs as a portfolio for a learning reflection assignment.
Dave Truss

Where is reflection in the learning process? | User Generated Education - 10 views

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    If reflective practice is not encouraged within one's teacher education program or school work environment, then it becomes that educator's responsibility (verging on an ethical responsibility) to do so on his or her own.
Suzie Nestico

Digital Portfolio Midels - 10 views

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    Includes instructional videos for using Google Sites with students to create portfolios.
Suzie Nestico

Dr. Helen Barrett's Models for Reflection for Learning - 14 views

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    Extensive resources about reflection in education and using it with students in everything from portfolios to digital portfolios and artifacts. Great tools here to help students think about their learning.
Suzie Nestico

Reflection Taxonomy - 17 views

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    Peter Pappas has a great model here for reflective practice for students based on each level of Bloom's Taxonomy. Students used this in class today as part of their midterm reflection.
edutopia .org

Summer PD: Five Fundamentals for Creating a Positive Writing Atmosphere | Edutopia - 5 views

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    Experienced writer Gaetan Pappalardo discusses his ideas on creating a positive writing atmosphere for students.  
edutopia .org

Reflect on Your Social, Emotional, and Character Development Work this Past School Year... - 2 views

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    A great checklist to reflect on your social, emotional, and character development work during the past teaching year.
Dean Mantz

The Reflective School by Peter Pappas by Peter Pappas on Prezi - 21 views

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    This Prezi is one of the best examples and thought provoking discussion starters I have seen regarding evaluating teaching and learning using Blooms Taxonomy. 
Steve Fulton

Teaching with Technology in the Middle: Diigo for Digital Writing Reflection - 18 views

  • They've used it to keep track of information they find on the web, to share information with our class group, and
  • because of their proficiency with it that when an idea came to me today 5 minutes before the start of class of a new purpose for which I could have my students use Diigo
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    My most recent post about how I had my students use Diigo to assess thinking and learning in their blog writing.
Dave Truss

Dean Shareski: How To Make Better Teachers - 13 views

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    ...one phrase I saw in those documents some 20 years ago stuck with me. Reflective Practitioner. I sort of understood the concept but other than simply thinking about what you did in the classroom, I wasn't at all sure what to do with this term. PS. The only people allowed to criticize or challenge this idea are people who have blogged for at least one year and written at least 50 posts. The rest of you can ask questions but you can't dismiss it.
Dave Truss

The ethics of blogging «Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech - 5 views

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    I still am not convinced of a better way to personalize your web experience. As an educator, I view them as learning spaces where metacognition is king. That's not the thrust of this post but I wanted to make that clear. ...So the question remains, should he have posted it? Did he break any ethical code? My instinct is to say no to both but I want to throw it out there.
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