Wow, it has been some time now since my last blog. In the previous few weeks, I have been busy with end of year commitments at my school in Nanjing, China and working a new project that I am extremely excited to be a part of which is called PEPLC (Physical Education Professional Learning Community). To see more about PEPLC, please visit our website at www.peplc.net.
Although reflection always plays an important role within teaching practice, I think that it is essential to complete a final reflection at the end of the school year. Doing so highlights our successes and failures allowing us to truly think about the learning that we have had our students engage in during the last 10 months. A final end of year reflection also allows us to set professional growth goals for the upcoming school year. The list of 20 questions that you see below can give you some insight into how I reflect upon my own teaching practice. There are certainly many other reflective questions that you can consider when creating a list for yourself, but I just felt like sharing a few of mine.
As a teacher, how do you reflect on instructional practice and learning of your students. Always looking for new ideas an welcome them. Thanks!!
7/2/2013 07:17:02 pm
Hi Andy, thanks for great sharing. I will start a new project with 5 PE teacher next semester in Turkey as a facilitator with them. Your questions are inspired with to take reflections begining of the semester from them like "What types of assessment will you use that semester?". And they can reflect with the same questions end of the semester. Thanks again for sharing.
5/30/2014 06:50:53 am
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5/30/2014 06:51:50 am
I didn't know it was P.E
5/30/2014 06:53:09 am
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