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  1. 1. Reflecting Teaching : Exploring our own classroom practice Created by Sawitri Retno Widyaningsih
  2. 2. Classroom Action Research is aresearch to our teaching in the class,if it is good or bad, by collectinginformation about what goes on in ourclassroom, and by analyzing/observing and evaluating thisinformation.
  3. 3. Happy? Unhappy? Why?
  4. 4. - To reflect and repair the teachers teaching- To increase the students’ mood for studying- To overcome the students understanding toward the difficult subject.
  5. 5. PlanningReflecting Acting Observing
  6. 6. We start CAR by Reflecting ourteaching based on the informationfrom:1. Teachers Diary2. Peer Observation3. Recording Lessons4. Students Feedback
  7. 7. Think:- Which class you want to observe.- When you observe the class.- Who helps to record the Teaching Learning Process.- What method and substance of teaching is used.- How the scenario run.
  8. 8. Do the scenario in planning!
  9. 9. 1. Observe the result of acting, show in a table, diagram or graphic.2. Pay attention to the result, is it better or worst than the reflecting period.
  10. 10. Student’s Understanding Observation Sheet Indicator: Finding general information based onNo Name the text of procedure. Poor Bad Good Excellent1 Clark √2 George √3 Jane √4 Lane √5 Winnie √
  11. 11. 1. Back to the reflecting again.2. Decide whether we need the second cycle, third cycle or stop.3. Improve every step in cycle previously.
  12. 12.  Reflecting Teaching is a cyclical process, because you start to implement changes, the reflective and evaluate cycle begins again. As a result of reflection, we may decide to teach in the different or the best way. We can write the result of our observation as an erudite essay to show professional development.