Nextsteps 3B & 4

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Nextsteps 3B & 4

  1. 1. 3/4/2011 B >> Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps:3B –& 3.1 - 3.9 Participants report to the large group on one of the practices they reviewed and the patterns they observed. Give and take. 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps: 3B – Guide Questions•What was the most interesting thing you learned from looking at otherspractices? What seemed most promising or intriguing? Why?•What did the homework readings and the campus review reveal about themeaning of effective reflective practice? What patterns emerged for you? Whatdid you observe, for example, in terms of variations of effective reflectionaccording to context or the type of connection reflection helps make?•Using Dewey’s criteria (eg reflection as connection, or reflection as systemic anddisciplined), what type of reflective practice seemed most common? Leastcommon? Why might this be? What does this suggest about the strengths andweaknesses of our practice? About the strengths and weaknesses of Dewey’s 4part framework?•How might you define reflection at this point? Based on readings and theexamples from the C2L Campus Portfolios, how is your definition of reflectionchanging?•What questions did these examples of effective practice raise for you? 5
  2. 2. 3/4/2011 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | Tutorial The Next Steps: xchange Log in to the Connections blog, then in the Connect to Learning main tab. Click ‘Enter Forum Here’. http://connections community.org/c2l 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | Tutorial The Next Steps: 3B ExchangeYou can also log in with your blog accountinformation at:http://connections community.org/forum loginhttp://forum.connections community.org http://connections community.org/c2l 6
  3. 3. 3/4/2011 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps: 3B 1 Click ‘C2L Spring 2011’2 Then Click ‘Reflection Forum’ 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps: 3B ExchangeC2L Spring 2011 My Courses Spring 2011 Reflection Reflection Forum In the Reflection Forum, click ‘Add a new discussion topic’ 7
  4. 4. 3/4/2011 3B Instructions | Guide Questions | Tutorial The Next Steps: 3B Exchange C2L Spring 2011 My Courses Spring 2011 Reflection Reflection Forum1 To Reply, click ‘Reply’ 2 Add your reply and click, ‘Post to forum’ 4 Instructions | Guide Questions | Tutorial The Next Steps Step 4 Post Jam Reflective Post to Campus Portfolio Marc Participants: at least 1 portfolio post per team More welcome team. welcome. • Team (as a team or as individuals) posts a reflection in their portfolios, focusing perhaps on 2 3 things they learned from the conversation, what they would like to do differently as a result of what they learned, how these changes might fit into their plans for next year. Final instructions will be forthcoming. Copies of all guidelines and handouts will be posted at http://www.connections community.org/c2l 8
  5. 5. 3/4/2011 4 Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps: 4 Guide Questions Post Jam Reflective Post to Campus Portfolio March Reflect on your learning. We ask at least one portfolio post per team, ( (more welcome) th t answers th guide questions below. l ) that the id ti b l •What did you take away from this Online Jam about reflection? What are the 2 3 most important things you learned from the conversations and comments? •What are some of the crucial issues it raised for you? What did it make you want to learn more about? •How might you apply what you’ve learned to your campus plans for next year? What could you do differently in terms of your campus’ reflective practices? How could strengthening reflection fit into your project as a whole? 4 Instructions | Guide Questions | TutorialThe Next Steps: 4 – Posting ReflectionEngagement and Integrative Learning Student and Faculty Practice Reflection Practice Post your reflection under Engagement and Integrative Learning Reflection http://c2l.digication.com 9

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