Larry Blodgett's Blog – January 2012 Archive (2)

Cap Two, session two, metacognition/reflection

So, the question of the day is--how can I effectively incorporate more reflection and metacognition into my curriculum. Well, as an ITRT, I don't have a class of kids and I can't...at least not on an on-going basis.

However, knowing what I now know about the value of metacognition and reflection, I can more effectively talk to teachers about the possibilities presented by blogging --from what I've already seen I could tell my own stories quite similar to the one told about the middle…

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Added by Larry Blodgett on January 21, 2012 at 8:11pm — No Comments

Opening post Cap II--Session One

Reflecting on the value of reflection.

I'm probably one of those who might've fallen into the trap of ridiculing refection as being all "touchy feely."  The readings have certainly challenged this type of thinking. 

For years I've had a belief in the value of reflection.  Every so often in my devotional life--my walk with the Lord--I've started to keep journals, I've always felt this would be a "good practice" which would allow me to see growth, and revisit landmark experiences…

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Added by Larry Blodgett on January 15, 2012 at 6:32pm — No Comments

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