Reflecting on the Learning and Teaching Process
“Every teacher needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better.” –Dylan Williams
This quote by Dylan Williams illustrates the importance of reflection in your professional practice. Quality educators set goals for themselves and strive to grow in their practice.
Part 1: Reflection
Reflect on your experience in creating the “Instructional Design Unit” starting with selecting standards and creating objectives and ending with developing and modifying assessments. In 250-500 words, identify and discuss two areas of refinement and two areas of strength based on your experience and feedback received. Provide examples.
Part 2: Improvement Plan
In 250-500 words, create an improvement plan. Describe professional goals you will make to help you grow in your areas of refinement and continue to improve in your areas of strength. Provide steps of how you plan to do this. What resources will you use to help you achieve these professional goals?