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Presentation used during thunderstorm session at MEL SIG event, 21st April 2010, University of Sunderland ...

Presentation used during thunderstorm session at MEL SIG event, 21st April 2010, University of Sunderland

and on the 27th October 2010 during an ASSET and MEL SIG event in Sheffield

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  • Hatton, N & Smith, D (1995) Reflection in teacher education – towards definition and implementation, Teaching and Teacher Education,11 (1), pp 33-49. Moon, J (2004) A handbook of reflective and experiential learning, theory and practice, Oxon: RoutledgeFalmer.

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    • developing reflection within initial teacher training
    • recording and sharing audio reflections within a community (use own devices)
    • peer support
    • pilots: student teachers with dyslexia
    • duration: Feb – March 2010
    • not funded!
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    • Kolb (1984) experiential learning
    • Piaget (1950) constructivism
    • Vygotsky (1978) socio constructivism
    • Wenger (2006) communities of practice
    • Siemens (2006) connectivism
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    • wordpress
    ipadio the space where I record my thoughts about the pilot
  • 6. Time reflecting, calling, listening, engaging in conversation Money call to a UK landline, once a week, for 8 weeks
  • 7. “ Really easy. It would have taken me 2 hours to write my reflective journal. Now this is just a quick phone call between my dusting.” “ It feels natural. I can listen back and have another chance to filter what I can take away and learn from it.”
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    • criteria based on Hatton’s and Smith’s (1995), also adapted by Moon (2004)
    abbreviation/title characteristics 3 CritR Critical Reflection Critical exploration and reasoning of practice in a wider context, link to theory and thinking about the effects upon others of one's actions. 2 DialR Dialogic Reflection Stepping back, practice analysed, reasoning well developed, linking own viewpoints with these of other, exploring problem solving. 1 DescR Descriptive Reflection Own practice is analysed, some reasoning for decisions and actions, limited to own viewpoints and perspective. 0 RepoR0 Reporting, no reflection Accounts limited to reporting events sporadic evidence of reflection.
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    • MoRe pilot (totals)
    • duration: 8 weeks
    • 18 phlogs /8 weeks
    • 146min ( 2h 26min )/8 weeks
    • per student (averages)
    • 9 phlogs /8weeks
    • 73min ( 1h 13min )/8 weeks
    • 8min /phlog
    live link: good issues actions engagement throughout technology, initially more initial training and testing descriptive -> reflective 0 > 1(+2) ongoing support peer support, refine approach students positive weekly activities 2-week cycle? structured approach technical support audio feedback modelling? peer support visual guides comparative study enjoyed pilot larger group
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