Reflective Teaching – Podcast Episode 61 | Classnotes Podcast 61
Classnotes Podcast (November 13, 2009) No matter how long a person has been teaching or how well-prepared he or she is, there is always room for improvement. And while keeping up with professional development training is critical, teachers also can improve their skills through reflection. Kristin Grayson, M.Ed., an IDRA education associate, describes her working in coaching teachers through the process of reflective teaching where teachers reflect on a particular lesson from the perspective of how well the students were engaged. Kristin is interviewed by Christie Goodman, APR.
Show length: 15:08
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Cultures of Teaching: A Focus for Change
By Andy Hargreaves, in Understanding Teacher Development by Andy Hargreaves, Ed., and Michael G. Fullan, Ed.
Coaching and Mentoring for Novice Teachers
Dynamic induction training for mentors and new teachers.
IDRA Engagement Based Sheltered Instruction Model and Training
Intercultural Development Research Association
“Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Ingredients for Critical Teacher Reflection”
By T.C. Howard, Theory Into Practice
“You Can’t Win if You Don’t Get to Play – Effectively Engaging All English Language Learners”
By Adela Solís, Ph.D., and Kristin Grayson, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
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