Lesson Analysis, Reflection, And Revision See attached!
Lesson Plan for kindergarten Overview
In this exercise, you will make revisions to your lesson
Lesson Plan for kindergarten
In this exercise, you will make revisions to your lesson plan and teaching based on peer feedback, self-reflection, and analysis. Recording your classroom (either an audio or a video recording) is helpful as part of the reflective process.
These activities are designed to help you targets areas where improvement is needed in professional practice.
Lesson plans should be constructed applying research-based practices to meet the needs of a diverse group of learners. When appropriate, technology should be incorporated but only for the betterment of instruction and to benefit the students.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competency and assessment criteria:
· Competency 1: Evaluate instruction for professional development.
. Analyze the lesson plan with respect to the key elements that resulted in improved learning for K-12 students.
· Competency 2: Improve instruction and professional learning.
. Revise the lesson plan according to the feedback, analysis, and reflection.
· Competency 3: Demonstrate the dispositions expected of a professional educator and self-directed learner.
. Describe the impact that periodic analysis, self- reflection, and lesson plan revision can have on instructional practice.
Submit the Lesson Analysis, Reflection, and Revision Form and your revised lesson plan to the assignment area. Refer to the Lesson Analysis, Reflection, and Revision Form for more details on completing this assignment.
Individual Option: View your videotape. Based on the videotape, your self-assessment, and the feedback from at least one colleague, you will revise the lesson that you taught for future re-teaching, part of the Plan-Analyze-Reflect process. You are not required to re-teach the revised lesson during this course but are encouraged to do so independently.
Collaborative Team Option: Based on the self-assessment and the feedback from your colleagues, the team will collaboratively revise the lesson for future re-teaching. You are not required to re-teach the revised lesson during this course but are encouraged to do so independently. (The pilot lesson should be videotaped.)