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Teach, Reflect, Learn: Building Your…

Teach, Reflect, Learn: Building Your Capacity for Success in the Classroom

by Pete Hall

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This book is like many others in the education world in that it assumes that the entire burden of teaching is upon the isolated teacher in the isolated classroom. The author provides a method of self-assessment for that teacher hoping that asking ones self some serious reflective questions will stimulate improvements alongside the pressure of testing and any supervisory evaluations of classroom practices. We wish that someone would come out with some good strategies for coteaching pairs. In our own writing, we suggest that after the unit or lesson is over and the grading is in, a reflection be held by the adults with the learners with such simple questions as: What did we learn as a group? What did I learn as an individual? How did I learn what I learned? How did we learn? How could we do better next time? So what? What’s next? Perhaps simple and honest reflection on the part of learners and teachers would stimulate at least as much as singular self-assessment; hopefully more. This book might offer some ideas about adult reflection, but we recommend looking elsewhere for advice.
  davidloertscher | May 20, 2016 |
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