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Reflection on Instructional Strategies

Reflection on Instructional Strategies

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Author: Trisha Fyfe
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This lesson provides an introduction to Marzano's reflective teacher practices and Danielson's Reflecting on Teaching Indicator that will be built upon throughout this course. 

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Notes on “Reflection on Instructional Strategies”

Overview

(00:00- 00:28) Introduction/Objectives

(00:29- 01:29) What is a Reflective Teacher?

(01:30- 02:15) Why Should Teachers Reflect?

(02:16- 02:58) Questions for Reflection

(02:59- 03:46) Marzano, Shulman and Reflection

(03:47- 06:35) Sample Lesson and Reflection

(06:36- 07:13) Tips for Reflection

(07:14- 08:04) Recap

(08:05- 08:40) Reflection