Group1PrototypeEDF6284

This is a prototype put fourth by Group 1 to allow for a review before final implementation.

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Group1PrototypeEDF6284

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This is a prototype put fourth by Group 1 to allow for a review before final implementation.
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  1. Slide 1

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Group 1 EDF 6284 : Anna Anglin, Shantral Shelton and Kendi Judy
    • How to Create a Student Reflection Journal: A Guide for Teachers
    • Start Here
  2. Slide 2

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Overview: Creating Student Reflection Journals
    • The current method of student implementation regarding student reflection is not meeting the needs of required standards and expectations of students at Flora Ridge Elementary. As students’ progress through third grade it will be imperative they have the foundation of reflection to adequately complete and understand the requirements of future tasks assigned to them.
  3. Slide 3

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Overview: Content Objectives
    • Learners will gather necessary supplies needed for student reflection journals.
    • Learners will be able to verbally introduce the concept of reflection journals to students.
    • Learners will be able to model student expectations of achievement.
    • Learners will be able to engage students in a verbal class discussion of book reflection.
  4. Slide 4

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Overview: Content Objectives
    • Learners will be able to engage students in verbal class discussion of individual assessment and understanding of materials.
    • Learners will model how to communicate and ask questions to students.
    • Learners will collect student reflection journals after completion.
    • Learners will read and evaluate student reflection journals for assessment understanding.
    • Learners will respond to students regarding progress and evaluation.
  5. Slide 5

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • What is Reflective Learning?
  6. Slide 6

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • How to Implement a Student Reflection Journal
    • Getting Started:
    • Materials:
    • Notebooks – Each student will need a notebook with at least 100 pages, and a sturdy cover and spine.
    • Markers / pencil crayons. Students will want to add color to their journals.
    • Sticky notes
    • Timing:
    • At the end of each lesson students should be given time to write in their journal.