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Create a Journal Entry. Think about a “successful” class you recently taught. Create a journal e ntry about this class. What was taught? How was it taught? How was it received? Record any student interactions. Students, Curriculum and Faculty. Improving and leveling student

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Create a journal entry
Create a Journal Entry

  • Think about a “successful” class you recently taught.

  • Create a journal entry about this class.

    • What was taught?

    • How was it taught?

    • How was it received?

    • Record any student interactions.


Students curriculum and faculty
Students, Curriculum and Faculty

  • Improving and leveling student

    • Bridge programs

    • Placement testing

    • Learning Communities

  • Curriculum

    • AMATYC’s New Life

    • Carneige’ Quantway and Statway

    • New Mathways Project


Students curriculum and faculty1
Students, Curriculum and Faculty

  • Faculty

    • Need to take time to reflect

    • Each of the instructors were asked to look closely at what they were doing in the classroom and to figure out how they could do it better



Reflective practice
Reflective Practice

  • Coaching circles of 6 mathematics faculty

    • Log classroom activity weekly

    • Comment on 2 other faculty member’s log

    • Post a video of classroom activity monthly

    • Comment on video post

    • Midterm and end of term reflect on pattern



Tagging journal entries
Tagging Journal Entries

  • 10 themes with 31 tags

  • Represents current pedagogical approaches.

  • Focus on your teaching practice.

  • Common language for faculty interactions.

  • Created from an analysis classroom practices.

  • Creates an accurate picture of your class over time.


Audience participation
Audience Participation

  • Take out your journal entry

  • Tag one or two of your statements with an appropriate tag




Audience shares
Audience Shares

  • Share you Classroom Activity Log

  • Share how you tagged this activity


Reflective practice to improve instruction

Reflective Practice to Improve Instruction

Kristin Good [email protected]

Doug Mace [email protected]


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