Spring 2019 Teacher Reflections
At the end of each semester we ask ASI teachers to reflect on the learning they observed in their classroom. Not all learning is evident from tests, so please use this form as a prompt to reflect upon the learning you witnessed in your class.
Each teacher should fill out one of these forms for each course taught.
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Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Problem Finding? (Examples can include: identifying questions, researching, visualizing possibilities, thinking, divergently, mapping out problems) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Problem Solving? (Examples might include: revising ideas/projects, refining ideas/projects, or reinventing ideas, brainstorming solutions) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Constructing Knowledge? (Examples might include: linking new concepts together, applying knowledge learned in class) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Experimenting? (Examples might include: trying a new technique without being prompted to) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Working Habits? (Examples might include: learning class rules, learning to collect materials and ideas to prepare for class, learning to clean up materials, learning to follow instructions, learning to pace oneself and evaluate progress along the way) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Representing? (Examples might include: learning to draw/paint/sculpt an idea visually, learning to develop a style, learning to express an idea) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Reflecting? (Examples might include: learning to perceive, question, interpret, assess, critique self and others, apply understandings, and find meaning) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Connecting? (Examples might include: learning to connect with other disciplines, make associations, examine artwork, respond to visual materials, develop empathy) *
Estimate how many students in your class demonstrated Valuing? (Examples might include: learning to embrace freedom/ make choices, appreciate ambiguity, open up to possibilities) *
How are your lessons/class activities prompting students to engage in these artistic behaviors?
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Please take a moment to reflect on what students are learning in your class. What are you intending to teach? What are you noticing happening? (ex: developing social skills, emotional skills, technology skills, connecting with others through art, working together, improved hand-eye coordination, ability to follow directions, identifying shapes/numbers/alphabet/colors, connections between emotions and color, perceptual awareness) *
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What is working well in your class?
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What are you learning about teaching?
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What would you like to change about how your class went this semester? *
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