Comments on: The Purposeful Pause: 10 Reflective Questions to Ask Mid-Lesson http://www.brilliant-insane.com/2015/03/purposeful-pause-10-reflective-questions-ask-mid-lesson.html Education on the Edge Thu, 18 Apr 2019 16:00:27 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.10 By: Tracy Watanabe http://www.brilliant-insane.com/2015/03/purposeful-pause-10-reflective-questions-ask-mid-lesson.html#comment-3177 Tue, 31 Mar 2015 04:19:27 +0000 http://www.brilliant-insane.com/?p=6515#comment-3177 Hi Angela

Thank you for sharing quality ideas for reflecting during a lesson, as a strategy for developing a growth mindset. I was in a recent workshop with Sarah Brown Wessling, and she had us reflect on some Teaching Channel Videos by asking the very questions you have in #5: “What am I doing that’s helping you learn? What am I doing that’s interfering with your ability to learn?” While Sarah’s workshop had educators looking at teacher moves, and student learning, I hadn’t thought about posing those very same questions to students. Thanks for this idea!

I also like using some of the ideas from Making Thinking Visible to help students (and educators) reflect on their learning.

Kind regards,
Tracy Watanabe

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By: Wendy King http://www.brilliant-insane.com/2015/03/purposeful-pause-10-reflective-questions-ask-mid-lesson.html#comment-3173 Mon, 30 Mar 2015 17:17:21 +0000 http://www.brilliant-insane.com/?p=6515#comment-3173 Thank-you for the insightful thinking. I am convinced about the importance of a growth mindset and yet how do we “teach” it? We don’t – we, as you say, “awaken” it. These are excellent questions and I am going to do some further thinking on this myself.

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