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The Reflective School by Peter Pappas
Transcript of The Reflective School by Peter Pappas
Think of Bloom
and try reflecting
about your progress
with greater rigor ... foster meaningful experiences that
provoke reflection. STUDENT
Does spelling count?
When's it due?
Will this be on the test? TEACHER
Did we cover everything for the test?
How much time do we have left?
Are all the grades in? PRINCIPAL:
Are we still in budget?
When's the grant due?
What's left to get ready for open house? ANALYZING
Student: Were the strategies I used well matched to the assignment?
Teacher: Do I see any patterns in how I approached the lesson - such as pacing, grouping?
Do I see patterns in my teaching style?
Principal: What were the results of the approach I used - could I have eliminated or reorganized steps? CREATING
Student: How can I effectively communicate
what I've learned?
Teacher: What have I learned about working with my strengths and weaknesses?
Principal: How am I progressing as a leader?
What are my next steps? EVALUATING:
Student: How can I best use my strengths?
Teacher: What ideas do I have to improve our school?
Principal: Is there training or networking that would help me to meet my professional goals? Too busy for deep
in school Effective schools ... We have little time to reflect - when we do,
it's often just a concrete narration of what happened... http://www.flickr.com/photos/hmk/2741404653/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/latente/2041435108/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/origomi/27356996/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/horiavarlan/4268826638/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/franciscoantunes/2297342276/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/skitzitilby/3241891225/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/atoach/2464747591/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/bolshakov/2378372440/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/qisur/4351187978/ (by students, teachers and principals) Here's an example of a non-reflective thinker Schools are hectic places -
with lots of evaluation going on - but someone else is usually telling you how you're doing. Full
on my blog A Taxonomy of Reflection: Critical Thinking For Students, Teachers, and Principals Higher level reflection in action.
He can't figure out how to make a bow drill. Search YouTube for "help with bowdrill set" If the mission is to foster
"life-long learning" - how are schools helping students, teachers and principals
take responsibility for their own growth? Solution - seek help on YouTube! Developed by Peter Pappas