How do you write a professional development reflection?
Reflection for professional development
- Description – what happened?
- Feeling – what were you thinking and feeling?
- Evaluation – what was good and bad about the experience?
- Analysis – what sense can you make of the situation?
- Conclusion – what else could you have done?
How do you write a reflection for a lesson?
Here are 3 things you can do to help you write your student teaching reflection.
- Keep a Teaching Journal. It’s important to keep a journal during your time as a student teacher.
- Review Your Goals.
- Consider the Good and the Bad.
- Write the Final Reflection.
What is teacher reflection form?
Teacher Reflection Form (TRP) is a form that can be used to reflect or examine teaching practice in an effort to positively improve instructional practice and student learning.
How do you reflect on professional learning?
- reflect on and learn from experience.
- engage in ongoing inquiry.
- solicit feedback.
- remain open to alternative perspectives.
- assume responsibility for their own learning.
- take action to align with new knowledge and understandings.
- observe themselves in the process of thinking.
Why is reflection part of professional development?
Reflection enhances personal development by leading to self-awareness. If the focus of reflection is improvement in patient care, it helps to expand and develop clinical knowledge and skills. The process slows down activity providing time to process material of learning and link to previous ideas.
How do teachers reflect on lesson?
10 Ways to reflect on your teaching
- Use exit slips.
- Include reflection in your lesson plan.
- Use a teacher reflection survey.
- An extra pair of teacher’s eyes.
- Use a reflective journal.
- Videotape your teaching.
- One-minute reflections.
- Reflection practice checklist.
What is TRF in DepEd?
Home » DepEd Resources » RPMS Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) for Teacher I-III.