This course module will equip participants with practical skills with which to write reflective logs with EmoEles; as well as guide their students to do reflective writing as part of their self-directed study with EmoEles.
By the end of this module, participants will:
- Explore their experience of writing reflective logs
- Analyze and evaluate some examples of reflective logs
- Understand and practice writing reflective logs with EmoEles
- Discuss and explore options for reflective practice with EmoEles in teaching and student learning
Course Module Certification
Participants who meet the course module requirements will receive a Certificate of Achievement issued in electronic format.
1. Reflective Practice
- Learning Logs, Learning Diaries, and Reflective Journals
- The Importance of Reflective Writing
- Reflections in Teaching
- Reflections in Learning
2. Levels of Reflection in Reflective Writing
- Using a Bloom Approach
3. Reflecting on Reflections with EmoEles
- Using the EmoEles Notebook Format
- EmoEles as a teacher reflection tool
- EmoEles as a student reflection tool
4. Assessing Student Reflections with EmoEles
5. Summative Assessments
Course format: Online/Internet-based
Language: English (en)
Time required: 3 hours in one day
Dates, Time, and Selected Districts:
Participating districts are categorized into 4 groups namely A, B, C, and D.
Group A: La-Nkwantanang, Adenta, Ashaiman, Sekyere South, Savelugu
Group B: Ningo Prampram, La-Dade kotopon, Ga Central, Ga West, Ada East
Group C: Accra Metro, Kpone Katamanso, Ga South, Shai Osudoku
Group D: Tema Metro, Ledzokuku Krowor, Ada West, Ga East
|Group A||Group B||Group C|
|Module 1||Thursday, June 3||Tuesday, June 8|
Thursday, June 10
|Tuesday, June 15|
|Module 2||Thursday, June 17||Tuesday, June 22|
Thursday, June 24
|Tuesday, June 29|
|Module 3||Thursday, July 1||Tuesday, July 6|
Thursday, July 8
|Tuesday, July 13|
|Module 4||Thursday, July 15||Thursday, July 22|
Tuesday, July 27
Thursday, July 29
- Sessions are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Where registrations exceed available spaces for a training, some districts will be rescheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays.
- Sessions will be held after school on the indicated dates, starting at 3 pm prompt
Course access: Reviewed by NTC and approved for teacher registration
Target Group: Teachers in all ranks, education/non-teaching staff
Method of recording and keeping attendance: Teacher’s INSET Logbook, NTC’s digital register for teachers, Cledor Education’s attendance register
Intended mechanism for monitoring attendance and active participation (per hour or per session) for the duration of the activity: Periodic recording of participant list; use of interactive learning; periodic formative activities, others are: Attendance register, Q&A, and group activities.
Method to be used for obtaining feedback or evaluation of the program:
- Formative and summative assessment of participants
- Questionnaires/Feedback forms
- Video testimonials
List of references for participants to consult ahead of training:
- Updates will be available on discussion boards
Please note that there is a live Q&A session with the course facilitator.
Name: Francis Mensah-Okyere
Position: CEO, Cledor Ltd.; Creator, EmoEles
Telephone: 024 931 4836
Email: [email protected]
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