Here are some ideas to guide your progress through the Reflection and Feedback on Practice domain of the Professional Learning and Capability Enhancement (PLaCE) Framework:
- Engage in continuing reflection on your own teaching to enhance practice
- Use a range of methods to obtain student feedback
- Integrate peer review and feedback strategies to enhance the practice of self and others.
Expand your knowledge of Reflection and Feedback on Practice:
|Describe your pedagogical approach to teaching using the ABCs of Pedagogy (TECHE series of 5-min reads)
|Introduce the minute paper as a reflection on teaching tool. (TECHE post)
|Participate in the Open for Observation program – open your classroom to your colleagues and seek feedback.
|The Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching MOOC module on Reflection for Learning offers opportunities to explore different reflective activities and consider how you can apply them to your own teaching context. (2-hour free self-paced module)
Take it to the next level: Learn more about reflective practice
|The Reflection for Learning scholarly practice guide for educators provides a wealth of ideas and activities to support reflective practice for students’ own learning as well as for the learning and career development of the teacher. (126 page PDF).
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