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  • 1. Alastair Clark
  • 2.
  • 3. Reflection
    on
    Reflection
    Alastair Clark
  • 4. NIACE Digital Learning Team
  • 5.
  • 6. What have you learned recentlty?
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9. Assessment of learning
    Assessment for learning
  • 10. Overheard
    It is five to nine now so we will need to finish soon
    I know you dont like these but can you fill in your learning log I dont like them either but have to do it for the funding.
  • 11. How do we make reflection work?
  • 12. Reflection take 1
    'active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusions to which it tends
    These states of thinking are as follows:
    1. Suggestions, in which the mind leaps forward to a possible solution.
    2. An intellectualization of the difficulty or perplexity that has been felt (directly experienced) into a problem to be solved.
    3. The use of one suggestion after another as a leading idea, or hypothesis, to initiate and guide observation and other operations in collection of factual material.
    4. The mental elaboration of the idea, or supposition as an idea or supposition (reasoning, in the sense in which reasoning is a part, not the whole, of inference).
    5. Testing the hypothesis by overt, or imaginative action.
    (See Dewey 1933: 199-209).
  • 13. Reflection take 2
    What?
    So What?
    Now What?
  • 14. Reflection take 2
    What?
    Reporting what happened, objectively
    So What?
    What did you learn? What difference did the event make?
    Now What?
    Goal setting
  • 15. Helen Barrett
    Reflection Toolkit
    Northwest Service Academy, Metro Center, Portland, OR www.northwestserviceacademy.org
  • 16. Volunteers please?
    Someone who likes cooking
    Someone who likes eating
    Someone who can teach
  • 17. Blog entry 20 September
    We made Spaghetti Bolognaise, using mince, fresh tomatoes, onions, garlic.Students from next door class came in at the end and all had a taste
    Factual report of activity
  • 18. Blog entry 21 September
    I stuck closely to the recipe and the sauce was less runny that I usually make it.I like garlic so I used a lot of it but the people in the group said they liked the taste but were worried their breath would smell, so I will need to take account of that next time I make Bolognaise.
    Reflection
  • 19. Tutor comment on Blog 25 September
    This really was one of your best dishes yet. Your decision to be stricter with yourself about use of the recipe really paid off.
    I would not worry too much about the garlic complaints, people should expect it in Italian cookery!
    Tutor comment
  • 20. 27 September another student posts to Blog
    I did like your Spag Bol For once I think yours was better than mine!
    A bit of Parmesan would have just finished it off though
    Formative
    assessment
    Peer comment
  • 21.
  • 22. Reflection take 2
    What?
    Reporting what happened, objectively
    So What?
    What did you learn? What difference did the event make?
    Now What?
    Reflection Toolkit
    Northwest Service Academy, Metro Center, Portland, OR www.northwestserviceacademy.org
  • 23. Making reflection a dialogue
    What?
    So what?
    What next?
  • 24.
  • 25. Formative assessment