May 25, 2020

Teachers, Let’s Take Time to Reflect

Reflection is a catalyst for growth. Let’s take some time to reflect on the teaching and learning we experienced this school year. These questions are modified from reflection questions for students.

Connection: How does interacting with other teachers and students help you teach/learn?

  • Based on your experience in the classroom, what made you feel the most connected to the content or the people?  
  • In RLE, what made you feel connected?  

Motivation: What motivates you to teach/learn?

  • Based on your experience in the classroom, what appeared to motivated you to engage in the content/activities? 
  • Based on your work completion in RLE, what appears to motivate you to engage in the content/activities?

Depth of Understanding: What helps you and your students understand content deeply?

  • What helps you the most when you get stuck?  What seems to help your students when they get stuck?
  • What activities/experiences are most helpful for deepening your professional growth? 
  • What activities/experiences are most helpful for deepening student learning?

 

Joe Muhlberg

Joe Muhlberg is a Learning Experience Designer at Mason High School.

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