Group1EDF6284Final

Anna Anglin, Shantral Shelton and Kendi Judy

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Anna Anglin, Shantral Shelton and Kendi Judy
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  1. Slide 1

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • How to Create a Student Reflection Journal: A Guide for Teachers
    • Group 1 EDF 6284
    • Anna Anglin, Shantral Shelton, Kendi Judy
  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.
    • Click the arrow to learn how to implement reflection journals in your class.
  3. Slide 3

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Overview: Content Objectives
    • Gather necessary supplies needed for student reflection journals.
    • Verbally introduce the concept of reflection journals to students.
    • Model student expectations of achievement.
    • Engage students in a verbal class discussion of book reflection.
    • Engage students in a verbal class discussion of individual
    • assessment and understanding of materials.
    • Model how to communicate and ask questions to students.
    • Collect student reflection journals after completion.
    • Read and evaluate student reflection journals for assessment understanding.
    • Respond to students regarding progress and evaluation.
  4. Slide 4

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • What is Reflective Learning?
    • To start learning the process of student reflection journals, it is necessary to first learn what reflective learning is.
  5. Slide 5

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • How to Implement a Student Reflection Journal:
    • 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.
  6. Slide 6

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Organization of a
    • Student Reflection Journal
    • Reflect on what you have learned, read, or experienced.
    • Write a summary of the concept.
    • Include the title and date of the journal entry.
  7. Slide 7

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Lesson 1: Introduction of Reflective Journals
    • Introduce the concept of a reflective journal.
    • Explain to students that a journal is place for us to write about ourselves, our feelings, and things we understand and do not understand.
    • Have the class discuss the purpose of reflective journal. Discuss the benefits and barriers.
  8. Slide 8

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Lesson 1: Introduction of Reflective Journals
    • Give an example of the organization of the journal (model expectations).
    • Explain to students they will write the concept learned n the top left of the page and date on the top right side every time they add an entry in their reflective journal.
    • Students should write, on the top left of the page, “Reflective Journals” on the first page of their notebook. Also, they should include the date on the top right side of the page.
  9. Slide 9

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Lesson 1: Introduction of Reflective Journals
    • Summary
    • Summarize what reflective journals are with students. Have students write their summary down in their journal.
    • Make sure students label the summary.
  10. Slide 10

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Lesson 1: Introduction of Reflective Journals
    • Start reflecting
    • Have students reflect on reflective journals:
    • Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these sets of terms:
    • Strengths and Weaknesses
    • Successes and Setbacks
    • What have you learned due to this experience?
    • Answer one (or more) of these questions:
    • What can you do to improve your learning?
    • How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
  11. Slide 11

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Implement Grading of Reflective Journals
    • Teachers can use a rubric to grade reflective logs
  12. Slide 12

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Review: What is Reflective Writing?
    • Always remember the purpose of reflective writing.
    • Reflective Writing is:
    • Your response to experiences, opinions, events or new information
    • Your response to thoughts and feelings
    • A way of thinking to explore your learning
    • An opportunity to gain self-knowledge
    • A way to achieve clarity and better understanding of what you are learning
    • A change to develop and reinforce writing skills
    • A way of making meaning out of what you study
  13. Slide 13

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Review: What is Reflective Writing?
    • Reflective Writing is not:
    • Just conveying information, instruction or argument
    • Pure description, through there may be descriptive elements
    • Straightforward decision or judgement (e.g. about whether something is right or wrong, good or bad)
    • A simple problem-solving
    • A summary of course notes
    • A standard university essay
  14. Slide 14

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review!
  15. Slide 15

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  16. Slide 16

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  17. Slide 17

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  18. Slide 18

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  19. Slide 19

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  20. Slide 20

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  21. Slide 21

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  22. Slide 22

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  23. Slide 23

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  24. Slide 24

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Let’s Review:
  25. Slide 25

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Conclusion & Tips
  26. Slide 26

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Now that you have completed this lesson, you have learned how to successfully implement the steps to creating a reflective journal for your students.
    • This lesson will enable teachers to be consistent when modeling journals for students at Flora Ridge Elementary School. Your students will have a uniform journal they can place entries in. This will give students confidence, knowing that other students have the same format and are working toward the same goals.
    • This guide may be viewed as often as you would like as a refresher, for staying within its objectives, and collaborating with other teachers.
  27. Slide 27

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Helpful tips:
    • Gather and organize all necessary materials
    • Introduce the concept of a reflective journal to students.
    • Provide a visual of formatting expectations for students.
    • Model formatting expectations.
    • Ask students to model formatting expectations.
    • Provide students with an example of an entry in a reflective journal
    • Provide an example of reflective writing
    • Reiterate and explain the purpose of a reflective journal
    • Give students time to write in their journal
    • Use a rubric to grade reflective logs
  28. Slide 28

    • Content: Introduction
    • Implement Journals
    • Review & Assessment
    • Conclusion & Tips
    • Resources
    • Resources
    • Cadieux C. (n.d.). Learning logs are important literacy tools.
    • Retrieved March 23, 2015,
    • from http://info.marygrove.edu/MATblog/bid/7751
    • Learning-logs-are-important-literacy-tools
    • Finley, T. (n.d.). The Importance of Student Journals and
    • How to Respond Efficiently. Retrieved March
    • 23, 2015,
    • from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/student-
    • journals-efficient-teacher-responses
    • “How To” Pedagogies #1. (n.d.). Retrieved March 21, 2015 from http://fys.utk.edu/files/2013/08/reflective- writing-TN-TLC-handout.pdf
    • Reflective Journals. (n.d.). Retrieved March 21, 2015 from https://www.eduweb.vic.gov.au/edulibrary/ public/teachlearn/student/reflectivejournals.pdfSolarz. (n.d.). How to Write a Reflection. Retrieved March 21, 2015 from http://psolarz.weebly.com/how-to-write-a- reflection.html