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Narrative Reflection in teaching

Write a narrative reflecting on instruction and student learning in which you:
a. describe the instructional strategies or activities that contributed most to student learning and which were most effective,
b. explain the greatest barriers to achieving learning results, specifically considering which of these were under your control as a teacher, and
c. discuss what you would do differently to improve student learning.
Write a narrative evaluating your effectiveness as an instructor in which you:
a. assess the extent to which you met the work sample standards, focusing specifically on your key areas of strength and weakness.

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Write a narrative reflecting on instruction and student learning in which you:
a. describe the instructional strategies or activities that contributed most to student learning and which were most effective,

The instructional strategies most effective for first grade learners entail the use of differentiated instruction wherein the teacher is able to incorporate an array of teaching strategies to account for the many different learning styles possessed by diverse students. The differentiated instructional strategy is placated upon the analyzing of student's learning styles prior to creating instructional strategies that can accentuate student's learning. The teacher must create activities such as formative and summative assessments to gauge the student's current learning levels and styles and then develop individual learning strategies to ensure that each ...

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Narrative Reflection in teaching

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