Reflection with my students

I finally got around to reviewing the results with my students. I explained to them how we always review their data and create goals, so I must do it too. One of my students was quick to point out questions he answered that pushed my results to red ‘I did that Ms Nunan but I didn’t understand what the question meant’, so sweet. I explained to the students we will create goals together to ensure I can improve in areas I need to.

Survey Reflection

I was happy with the results of the survey. This is my first year teaching in Grade 3 and I was nervous. I knew and was hoping that I would score high in the care category as that is something I really value and take great pride in. I will facilitate a morning meeting around children finding classwork captivating to understand their opinion regarding this area. I had chosen clarity as my area of focus and the results have given me clear directions. I think I may share the results with my students and ask for their opinion regarding how we can move forward


The strand I am choosing based on my results from the questionnaire is, clarify. I feel a do a good job at this, however, with the move to G3, I want to ensure I am explaining the concept clearly and develop a bank of strategies to help and challenge my students. I am also keen to try out techniques that I could not do at a very high level in KG. For example, we are currently unpacking the student checklist for narrative writing. The aim of this is to ensure students know and understand what is expected of them when writing a narrative text.


Welcome to your Professional Learning Blog! This is a place for you to post your goals, and reflect on them throughout the year.

  • Decide on your goal, perhaps in consultation with your colleagues or principal, and create a post to share with this online professional learning community that you are now a part of! Categorise this post in Goal Setting. Set your goal by considering:
    • Self assessment and reflection based on new teacher standards  (Tripod 7C’s)
    • Previous or new observation data from peers and principals
    • Student surveys (online surveys developed and aligned with 7C’s)
  • Identify colleagues, coaches, principals etc. that will play a supporting role in achieving your goal, and invite them to view and comment on your post. Encourage them to bookmark your blog and visit regularly.
  • Throughout the year, collect and share evidence to support your progress. Categorise these posts in Reflection.
  • Encourage your colleagues to share your learning journey by engaging with your blog. In return, engage with their blog (and others across the School)
  • You may also like to share work that your students have created or your own professional achievements that may not be directly related to your goal setting. This is encouraged! Categorise these posts as Showcase.

If you need support using this platform, please don’t hesitate to contact Ed Tech, we are always happy to be of assistance!

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