Orchestrating different modes of reflective activities to foster a culture of reflection in a professional learning network



État de publication: publié

Type de présentation: Roundtable Session: Fostering Cultures of Reflective Practice Through Professional Development

Nom de la rencontre: Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Lieu: San Antonio, États-Unis

URL: https://convention2.allacademic.com/one/aera/aera17/index.php?cmd=Online+Program+View+Session&selected_session_id=1213191&PHPSESSID=ejgqs668t6gkn7gmf0s763hvus

Résumé: The Creating, Collaborating, and Computing in Mathematics (CCC-M) is a design-based research-practice partnership project for enhancing in-service teachers’ reflective practice in a professional learning network (PLN). For this project, a series of reflective activities has been developed and implemented through the iterative process of design-based research (DBR) approach for multiple years. This paper presents different modes of reflective activities (i.e., self-reflection in Edmodo, pair-reflection on class observation, and video-based collective reflection) as an activity system, elaborate how each component of the activities interacts with the others within an activity system for reflection, and discuss the process of fostering a culture of reflection in the PLN by illustrating it as a practical model.