Reflections on survey

I got high score on Confer which is gratified to see, coz I know I’m a good listener to kids.

The favourable answers to two negative peer support questions did remind me of keeping an eye on students peer relationships.

Third of the students voted that they were teased by classmates or some classmates teased others. There were times that happened during or after games, and I did talk about that. But apparently not enough. I need to focus more on how they interact with each other in classes, especially after a phone call from a mom saying that her kid was mocked by a girl who would turn into a good girl as soon as the teacher faced them.

I don’t want my PE lessons to become actions only but without emotional caring.

The other area that I need to focus on is that I need to ‘correct their mistakes in learning’, which I got low. Whenever I spot a problem in the game, I should pause the game and redirect or clarify or facilitate them to the better way to play in the game–either a good tactic that can be used or a correct technique of movement.

I do make the kids try their best in PE. It gets low but the actual response detail has no unfavourable answer. So, I will keep making students try their best.

For classroom management, I got a lot of maybe answers which shows that I need to more firm and more positive when managing the classroom.

Professional Goal 2019-2020

After doing the self-reflection sheet, I found out that I need to focus on Care, Confer, Captive, Clarify and Consolidate. There is one or two threads in each C that I need to work on better. These will make me a better teacher.
Here are the goals in each C:

Keep smiling:)

Care: I will make better use of the kelso’s corner in gym 4 to support students when they want to talk about issues they are facing not related to my class, or when they basically want to cool themselves down and have some individual time.

Confer: I will try to seek feedback from my students about the effectiveness of my learning activities. I think I rarely have done that. I will ask questions to check their understanding of the activities, but I’ve rarely tried to get feedback from them about whether they think the activities will help them learn effectively.

Captive: I will focus on differentiating the pacing of my lessons to accommodate the varying skill levels of my students. And I will also try to customize support for my students based on their specific learning needs.  This will be most beneficial for every student but meanwhile the most difficult goal to achieve, since there are about 40 students every lesson. I will work with my co-teacher to accommodate the levels of students.

Clarify: I will keep working on checking students’ understanding with various strategies, as well as ask students to explain their reasoning to reveal their points of confusion. I will try to develop more ways other than questions. 

Consolidate: I will keep working on debriefing about what we learned at the end of lessons and reviewing them periodically, by asking students. I used to do this quite often, but now since it’s always double class, sometimes it’s hard to debrief with the danger of losing their attention. But I should do this, because it’s beneficial for their learning. 

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