How might we learn, reflect, and share? What if we take a moment of learning and share it with others?
- Read Categories vs Tags and Silvia Tolisano’s (@langwitches) Anatomy, Grammar, Syntax & Taxonomy of a Hyperlink. Return to your previous post(s) and add both categories and tags and improve any hyperlinks if you have not already done so.
- Watch Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days (shown below). What habits should we practice? What habits are we modeling and teaching? What habits do our student-learners want to acquire? How can we make reflection part of the habit of schooling?
- Reflect, write, and post. Read and comment on posts from at least two others in ourMyLearning 1.5 cadre. You might consider using the following protocol for your comments:
- I like…
- I wish…
- I wonder…
- I want to know more about…
This course is designed to build teacher experience, confidence, and understanding of reflection, digital portfolios, and feedback. Strategies employed in this course will be hands-on and digital development practices for reflection, self-assessment, learning, feedback, and growth.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to say:
- I can use reflection as a formative assessment and self-assessment tool.
- I can develop and utilize journaling and e-portfolios.
- I can use authentic peer-to-peer and self-assessment practices to inform professional growth and learning.
- I can design processes that can be used in a classroom to promote and celebrate self-reflection for learning.
- I can integrate technologies that enhance self-reflection and asynchronous communication.
- I can facilitate authentic peer-to-peer and self-assessment practices to motivate growth and learning.This class will meet asynchronously throughout the semester from August 1 through January 1. Participants will document their learning on their professional blog. Participants will collaborate, learn, and share by commenting on the blogs of others participating in this course.
To earn 2 PLU credits (Georgia Department of Education), participants will
- establish a professional portfolio to document the journey of becoming a more reflective teacher.
- demonstrate fulfillment of required activities by posting completed work and reflections to individual blogs.
- model connectedness by reading and commenting on the reflections of others in this course.
- practice offering warm and cool feedback in constructive, kind, and purposeful ways using suggested protocols.