03/08 - Reflective Teaching Practice

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1. Resources

1.1. Holly - Keeping a Professional Journal

1.2. Churchill et al - Teaching - Making a Difference

1.3. Brookefield - Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher

2. Becoming Critically Reflective

2.1. Used to monitor learning

2.2. Become critical of our learning

2.2.1. Identify strengths and gaps

2.2.2. Don't beat yourself up

2.3. Used to improve professional practice

2.4. Linking theory with practice

2.5. Critical Incidence

2.5.1. When something happens that changes your perspective on something

3. Reflective Journals

3.1. Media

3.1.1. Drawing

3.1.2. Audio

3.1.3. Video

3.1.4. Writing

3.1.4.1. Handwriting

3.1.4.1.1. Write on one side of the page

3.1.4.2. Computer

3.1.4.2.1. Insert relevant articles

3.2. Mediums

3.2.1. Log

3.2.1.1. Statement of what happened

3.2.2. Diary

3.2.2.1. Giving statements with opinions

3.2.3. Journal

3.2.3.1. More detailed

3.2.3.2. Gives reasons

3.2.3.3. Looking at whys and hows

3.2.3.4. Be professional

3.3. Lenses

3.3.1. Autobiography

3.3.1.1. Your account of what happened

3.3.2. Students

3.3.2.1. Not Learning

3.3.2.1.1. Informal feedback

3.3.2.1.2. Exams and assessments

3.3.2.2. Feedback from students adds to your autobiography

3.3.3. Peers

3.3.3.1. Can ask peers to provide feedback

3.3.4. Literature

3.3.4.1. Informs teaching

3.3.4.2. Can be used to make decisions on what feedback to take onboard

3.4. Questions

3.4.1. What do I do?

3.4.2. What does this mean?

3.4.3. How did I come to be like this?

3.4.4. How might I do things differently?

3.5. TT

3.5.1. A journal is YOUR reality

3.5.2. Never leave your journal lying around

4. JOURNAL - Reflective Teaching Practices