reflection...

Tuesday, July 12, 2011
When I was working on my undergrad I was told that "reflection reveals the soul". I don't know if I understood that until I was in my own classroom. I mentioned in yesterdays post that I had gotten my test sores and those scores have me thinking. What am I thinking about, you ask? Well truthfully, that I need to spend more time in reflection as the year goes on. I feel like I do a good job of looking at my lessons and how or what to do next. What I am wondering is what kind of reflection do you? Do you keep a space in your lesson plan book to reflect daily, or do you reflect in a journal?

3 comments

  1. I keep a notebook that I use at all small groups. As I observe students and listen to them I jot notes to reflect on later. This helps me to plan for the next weeks lesson.

    William Smith
    www.strengthtoteach.blogspot.com

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  2. I think your blog is great and wanted to let you know you are one of my top ten blogs!! You have such a positive outlook! I enjoy your blog!

    http://reallyroper.blogspot.com/2011/09/thank-you.html

    also get your award at TBA
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    have a wonderful weekend!
    Barbie Roper

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  3. I think your blog is great and wanted to let you know that I am giving you this award! Keep up the great work!
    http://reallyroper.blogspot.com/2011/09/thank-you.html

    also get your award at TBA
    http://www.teachingblogaddict.com/2011/05/top-10.html
    have a wonderful weekend!
    Barbie Roper

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