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Supervision presentation rc pratt

  1. 1. SUPERVISION PRESENTATION RC Pratt- Physical Education WVU
  2. 2. AIM OF SUPERVISION PRESENTATION  Make an action plan for student teaching using TGFU.  Discuss ways in which I expect to be supervised.  Outlooks on student teaching  Elaborate on how the reflective process will enhance my teaching.
  3. 3. PLAN OF ACTION  Discuss the plan of attack with cooperating teacher  Develop unit/lesson plans  Set reachable goals for students  Delivery the information in a way that meets student needs  Reflect on teaching
  4. 4. SUPERVISION/ INTERACTIONS Dr. Harvey On need be bases + weekly submissions University Supervisor Weekly meetings + conversations  Cooperating Teacher Daily conversation on teachings  Myself daily reflection to enhance teaching and collaboration with the professionals listed
  5. 5. WHY USE REFLECTION? Teaching is a complex and dilemma-ridden endeavor. We use reflection to deal with the uncertainties that occur and effect the lives of our students everyday. There is a vast amount of diversity in todays classroom, as teachers we need to meet the needs of all individuals.
  6. 6. TOOLS OF REFLECTION  Reflective writing  Collaboration with other professionals  Feedback  Video analysis  Post teaching reflection
  7. 7. POST TEACHING REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS Reflection-on-action: I will reflect on lessons daily following this process.  Self reflection  Discussion with cooperating teaching  Teaching the lesson several times to enhance quality  Submit work to Dr. Harvey
  8. 8. STUDENT TEACHING OUTLOOK  Effectively collaborate with others  Learn more about my individual values and goals  Deeper awareness of student needs and community needs  Develop strategies and techniques to better my teaching

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