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Using the Reflective Cycle to Facilitate Change

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Gibbs' cycle of reflection involves six phases. What are the names and order of the phases?

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1. Your students are doing very poorly in their essay writing compared with previous year's students. You have used the reflective process on your own to try to assess what's going on, but are stumped. What might you try?

2. Which of the following sets of questions best sums up what you are trying to gain from the reflective cycle overall?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

With this quiz/worksheet, you can test how much you know about the reflective cycle to initiate change. You'll be answering questions on key topics like the name and order of the phases in the Gibbs' cycle and the next step after the reflective cycle hasn't been working in class.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Find out what you know about these points:

  • Set of questions that sum up what can be gained from the reflective cycle
  • Best situation for a teacher to use the reflective cycle
  • Student's role in the reflective style's process

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of the reflective style and how it's connected to students
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the order and name of the phases in the Gibbs' cycle and a set of questions to consider when determining what there is to gain from the reflective cycle
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an approach to teaching writing outside of the reflective cycle

Additional Learning

Learn more about the reflective style with the lesson entitled Using the Reflective Cycle to Facilitate Change. These key subjects will be considered:

  • Basic improvements that come from the reflective cycle
  • Application of the reflective cycle in the classroom
  • Posing questions to students
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