"Good learners, like everyone else, are living, squirming, questioning, perceiving, fearing, loving, and languaging nervous systems, but they are good learners precisely because they believe and do certain things that less effective learners do not believe and do." -Postman and Weingartner (31)
VERY excellent questions about reflection, from one of my 1020 students.
Introduction to College Writing
9 September 2013
Reading Strategy: Rhetorical Questions
1.Reflection is built upon goal setting, revisiting, and embodying what has been taught. However, how would a failure that has taught an individual a lesson fit into the reflection? Would it be a tool of success or simply an error to avoid?
2.While it is stated that reflections and school-learning are intertwined in allowing a student to be successful in the learning environment shouldn’t it also be a tool to teachers to improve their own teaching?
Reflection-in-action and Constructive Reflection differ accordingly to the audience. However when it comes to a successful reflection would Constructive be the efficient reflection to allow the constant growth of an individual since it is private?
3.When teachers allow students to reflect upon work how can they overcome the obstacle of convincing students to admit their errors so that they…
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