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  • http://www.southalabama.edu/oll/mobile/theory_workbook/situated_learning_theory.htm
  • http://mycourse.solent.ac.uk/mod/book/view.php?id=2732&chapterid=1113
  • http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=883507
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    • 1. Student Teaching: Expected Outcomes from Supervising and Reflective Experiences
    • 2. Aim of Presentation ● How I expect to be supervised ● How I expect to work with my supervisor and cooperating teacher ● How I will use reflective practice ● How I am challenging my beliefs and assumptions
    • 3. Supervision: The Student Teaching Hierarchy Director WVU Student Teaching Dr. Harvey WVU Supervisor Coordinating Teacher Teacher Candidate ● Coordinating Teacher: Will be there everyday to guide, support, and help reflect based on their knowledge/experience. ● WVU Supervisor: Will periodically come to classes, make suggestions, and expect appropriate results the following appearance. ● Director WVU: Will be in charge like an administrator who will act as a last resort measure; either because teacher candidate is not doing their job or supervisor/teacher isn’t doing theirs’.
    • 4. Supervision: Situated Model of Supervision ● Working from outside to in: Beginner to Expert ● Collaboration: supervisor and coordinating teacher ● Interactions: students, teachers, other faculty ● Engaging: facilities, tools, experienced professionals
    • 5. Reflection: Types of Reflection Reflection in action Reflection on action · Experiencing · Thinking on your feet · Thinking about what to do next · Acting straight away · Thinking about something that has happened · Thinking what you would do differently next time · Taking your time - Schön (1991) presented the concept of 'reflection in action' and 'reflection on action':
    • 6. Reflection: Models of RiA & RoA
    • 7. Reflection: Tools to Be Used ● “Post Teaching Reflective Analysis”: Comprehensive questionnaire aimed at reflecting on all possible factors. ● Video Analysis: Use of “Reflective Report” for coding and reflection of Student, Teacher, and Learning Context Behaviors. ● Reflective Writing: Journal/Record for further analysis through research or conferences with supervisor and/or coordinating teacher.
    • 8. Reflection: Conferences ● Daily/weekly Conferences ● Progress Reports ● Content Action Planning ● Personal Goal Setting
    • 9. Questions? Questions? ?