In teacher training there is a heavy focus on the educational context, but does the educational context really matter? Or is there a danger in being too reliant on statistical information relating to the educational context, in which we operate?
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The result of a wide-ranging study provides an insight into the kind of teacher you may be. According to the findings there are four major types of teachers: the idealist, the moderate, the practitioner and the rationalist.
When planning for a practice-based enquiry or small-scale study you will most often be confronted with the choice between an action research or case study approach. Here is a simplified exploration to get you started.
If you read a great range of articles you may find that you cannot remember who said what when and where. Therefore, a systematic approach to reading and taking notes is necessary. It may be helpful to apply the "CaMLISd" grid.
Writing entries for a reflective journal is often a daunting aspect of teacher training, as we are not used to writing diaries. Here are some thoughts on how to get started with writing reflections.
How to write an action plan in order to improve teaching practice. An action plan should include targets, next steps and success criteria for it to be meaningful.
This is a brief outline of what Tripp considers as critical incidents.
This is a brief description of how the reflective cycle according to Gibbs works.
This is a brief description of how Brookfield's four lenses work in reflective practice.
This is a brief description of Kolb's reflective model.
This is a description of how Rolfe's model of reflection should be used in order to improve practice and learning.
Teaching and learning are complex due to the many factors that impact what happens in a classroom. Teachers need to constantly adapt and change their activities and plans accordingly. And in order to do just that in an efficient and effective way,...