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Reflective Practice in Archives and Archival Education AERI CONFERENCE UCLA July 9, 2009 Susan K. Soy Source on Flickr cdw9
Adults do not learn from experience, they learn from processing experience. -- Judi Arin-Krupp
Source: (York-Barr, Sommers, Ghere, & Montie. 2006.)
Reflection-in-action Knowing at 2200º Fahrenheit
Reflection-on-action What did I see? What did I do? What have others done? What was I thinking and feeling? What past experience influenced me and my actions? Source Chris Buzzini, paperweigh artist
Reflect-for-action Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards. Soren Kierkegaard adapted from 1843 journal Source Chris Buzzini, paperweight artist
Up Against the Wall Source on Flickr Leonski
Overwhelmed Source on Flickr gwire About 30 lbs. of floppy disks
Minimize fear of failure Source on Flickr Mllerustad
Old Media Source on Flickr Home Movie Day 2007 -- Upper Valley (NH-VT)
New Media - community building through social networking Source on Flickr davidking
Reflective Practice as Individuals Source on Flickr LostBobPhotos
Reflective Practice Partners Source on Flickr Billie / PartsnPieces
Community-wide Reflective Practice Collective Inquiry Thinking Learning Understanding Taking Action Full Engagement Source on Flickr EssjayNZ
Source on Flickr HΩMΣR Re-frame
Appreciative Inquiry Start with Success Find the Positive Core Align Strengths Actively Shape Expand the Questions Source on Flicker Mary Hockenbery
Learning with Doing Capture your thoughts Big Ideas Insights Questions Future Actions Source on Flickr vtgard
Austin, Texas See you in August Source: Carlos Lowry
Classroom Walkthrough with Reflective Practice
Connective Teaching: How the Read/Write Web Challenges Traditional Practice Will Richardson Connectivism Online Conference February 5, 2007.
Vision for a Successful High School by Shelley Klein, 2013.
I Block 2012 Citizens,Community,Cosmopolitans Community Connections: Where do we come from? Building cultural competence.
Possible Outcomes Carlos and Chris 6E. Buying a car.
Author: Manpal Sahota Title: Improving Your Teaching Practice through Reflective Journal Writing Year: July 2010.
Professional Learning Plan I would like to become more effective at ________ What tells me this is an area of growth is_____(data/evidence). [Where am.
CFUW National AGM 2015 Moving CFUW into the 21 st Century.
PLMLC Leadership Series London Region Day 1 Ellen Walters, YCDSB Shelley Yearley, TLDSB Monday February 28, 2011.
Performance and Development Teacher Librarian Network
Embedding Enterprise in the Curriculum CEC 202 A Sense of Place School of English Second Year Approved Module.
Science Network Meeting November 23, Welcome Learning Experience Posting: Step by step on how to create your own folder and how to upload the information.
What do the new national core arts standards mean for PA educators? Cory Wilkerson Project Manager, State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education.
Teacher Professional Learning and Development Presentation for PPTA Curriculum Workshops 2009.
Connecting to Mission Lisa R. Carter Past Forward! Meeting Stakeholder Needs in 21st Century Special Collections June 3, 2013 This.
Journey into the Past… Adventure into the Future: Interview and True Story Due: February 7, 2013.
A Social Experiment Mark Green, VP Innovation. Social “Smoshal”. Give me my paper! How do we engage them? Social “Smoshal”. Give me my paper! How do we.
REFLECTIVE JOURNAL THOUGHTS IN WRITING ABOUT THE PAST WEEK AND MORE…
My Work Experience Usman 9-13 July HEBP: what do I know about it? Hounslow Education Business Partnership (HEBP) is a partnership between education,
The Internet & the Arts: How new technology affects old aesthetics Mary Madden Pew Internet & American Life Project Presented to: Chicago Wallace.
21st CENTURY LEARNING: THE PROJECT APPROACH
Assessing employability through reflective diaries on teamwork CEC 202 A Sense of Place School of English Second Year Approved Module.
S.O.A.R. Sharing Our Acceptance and Respect
Area Page - Work in Progress.
1 R-2 Report: Success in algebra by the end of ninth grade A presentation to the Board of Education by Brad Stam, Chief Academic Officer Instructional.
Practice, Praxis, Place: Locating educational development in the scholarship of learning and teaching Keith Smyth Professor of Pedagogy University of the.
Key Messages from the National Parenting Coordinators’ Network 10 September 2014 Gail Bennett, Parenting Network Chair Flintshire Parenting Strategy Coordinator.
Research Informed Teaching – a summary Dr Susan Hill and Assoc Prof Tony Fetherston.
A time for rural recognition: can we achieve social justice? CARNEGIE COMMISSION FOR RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Kate Braithwaite – Director of Rural Programmes.
My Fears My Protectors In your sketchbook…. Fears What do you fear? What do you fear? Now or in the past Now or in the past Real or conceptual Real or.
Understanding By Design Developing Effective Curriculum Grant Wiggins & Jay McTighe-2006.
From policy to practice and back to policy 3 March 2015 Children in Wales Conference Gail Bennett, Parenting Network Chair Flintshire Early Years and Family.
Creating Pathways to Success
Teaching as Inquiry from the N.Z.C
RtI and Family Engagement Name of School. RtI and Family Engagement Six Types of Family Engagement Parenting Communicating Volunteering Learning at HomeDecision-Making.
An overview of LAMS trials in schools in Australia and New Zealand James Dalziel Professor of Learning Technology, and Director, Macquarie E-Learning Centre.
THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME Time Banking Conference May 2006 Cardiff.
Facts + Community engagement + Games di Gameworks (DIGW) “dig-dub”
Dig Deeper with Learning Through Internship A presentation deck for training educators on the Project MASH Big Picture Learning approach to LTI Full day.
1.21 st Century Learning Skills 2.College and career readiness 3.Helps close the achievement gap 4.Emotional & social learning 5.Prepared to succeed in.
Network Comparison Edutopia Facebook Page and Epsilen Project Share EDLD 5362 By Janet Kelly Cohort 13/ ET 8027 Dr. Sheryl Abshire.
Online #Engagement In 140 Characters gpa 2012 fall conference.
Social Media and Digital Literacies in the ELA Classroom David Premont.
School of Journalism Launched: 2006 Undergraduate Enrollment: 256 Graduate Program: Summer, 2011 Our first graduating class, 2008.
How can Schools Help Healthy Cities? Experience from Denmark about the Development of Students’ Action Competence.
My personal growth to a Co-Creative Process Practitioner Harriet Fagerholm CoCreate Life Everything is co-creation – the question is whether you are conscious.
1 400,000 Words: A Lifelong Learner Arrives Back at the Beginning on the Way to the Teaching Mind Jeremy Szteiter April 27, 2009 Critical and Creative.
AGENDA Do Now: What is Art? Introductions (Name, School, Years Teaching, Artistic Practice, Why teach?) Mind-Map “What is Art?” as a whole class 1.National.
THE FINAL MAJOR PROJECT. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Understand the requirements of an art and design project 1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of.
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