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    abdelillah ouarest

    I totally agree with the idea of reflecting on what we do to hone our teaching.I tried this with the teachers I was in charge of and suggested to them to extend reflecting to their learners themselves to sensitize the latter to the fact that they are also responsible of their learning.In the meantime,it was a teachable opprtunity for students to improve their writing skills since they had real reason/puepose to write.

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      David Obi

      Yes, definitely dear abdelillah. This thing called reflection is of paramount importance.

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    Sh

    It is desirable that teaching be based on reflection. However, many teachers seldom do it because it adds to their workload. Note that reflection requires time and teachers’ commitment.

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    Shahram

    It is desirable that teaching be based on reflection. However, many teachers seldom do it because it adds to their workload. Note that reflection requires time and teachers’ commitment.

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      David Obi

      Yes, it takes time and effort. There already is enough teacher workload.

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    Abdessamad

    It is very crucial that teachers reflect on “What did exactly work?”. However, we need to supplement it with a no less important question: “Why did it work?”. It is not enough to focus on the things that went awry. Indeed, even the things that went well could enlighten us and draw our attention to the underpinnings underlying effective learning practices.

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      Josef

      Thank you dear abdessamad. I agree with you

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