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Teaching Reflection - St. Edwards University

H I G H S C H O O L

T H E A T E R I I

T E A C H A N A L Y S I S

Lisa Guen Raymond

EDUC 4334.01


P O S I T I V E E L E M E N T S

Learning Classroom Management Skills

Student ownership of creativity in learning

activities.

Being able to pick myself up after making a

mistake and having a sense of humor.


C H A L L E N G I N G E L E M E N T S

Motivation of Students

Transitions between learning activities and instruction.

Time

Technology

Working in the space.


P R E P A R A T I O N

Materials were really engaging to the students. They made it

personal for them and it made them participate more.

What did you change from the first teaching experience to make the

second set of lessons flow more smoothly

• Simplified the tasks and information

• Took more time for the actual learning activities than lecture.

• Listed my expectations for the students ahead of time for each

task.

• Let the students do the teaching and take over their learnings.


E V I D E N C E O F S T U D E N T S

K N O W L E D G E & D I F F E R E N T I A T I O N

Written Assessments

Drawing/Concept Mapping

Technology/Supporting

Visual Images

Guided

Discussions/Questions

Supporting Books/Resources


C O N C L U S I O N

Was the total teaching experience what you thought it would be

Students put out excellent work.

• Setting rules and expectations ahead of time provides

for a drastic difference in instruction

Students respond positively to choice and differentiation.

• Classroom space and setup plays a major well in both

teacher and student performance.

• I have no concept of time.

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