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On Becoming a Reflective Teacher

A critical analysis of the article, "On Becoming a Reflective Teacher" by Carl A. Grant and Kenneth M. Zeichner.
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Classroom Management

on 18 September 2011

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Transcript of On Becoming a Reflective Teacher

Dewey's 3 Attitudes of Reflective Action Wholeheartedness Responsibility Openmindedness Summary These 3 attitudes suggested by Dewey are relevant to us as prospective teachers. They will help us now as we develop our teaching philosophies and will continue to guide us through our professional practice. "involves the careful consideration of the consequences to which an action leads." "an active desire to listen to more sides than one, to give full attention to alternate possibilities, and to recognize the possibility of error even in the beliefs that are dearest to us" "refers to the fact that openmindedness and responsibility must be central components in the life of the reflective teacher" Reflective Action:
" the active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or practice" as well as consideration for its origins and possible consequences. The reflective teacher "must take active control over their education as teachers." and... John Dewey
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