By Kristen Mary Kemple
This paintings describes tools of help and intervention lecturers can use to create social inclusion in preschool and the first grades. It combines common early youth schooling with designated schooling.
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What are some potential benefits of individual reflection? Of collaborative reflection? What are some potential drawbacks of each? How could the drawbacks be minimized? 2. Reread the scenario describing Sarah’s behavior in Chapter 1. Consider the continuum of strategies introduced in this chapter. What are some REFLECTIVE TEACHING AND COLLABORATION 29 less directive strategies that could be considered to help Sarah and/or her peers? What are some more structured strategies that could be considered?
As a team, engage in collaborative reflection regarding problem definition. What further information would your team wish to have in order to more fully define the problem? What plans might your team formulate for the purpose of helping Michael and/or his peers? How did the process of individual reflection differ from the collaborative reflection in which you engaged as a team? Was one process easier? Was one more difficult? Which was more fruitful? What are some potential benefits of individual reflection?
Reread the scenario describing Michael’s behavior in Chapter 1. 1, think about Michael’s difficulty. What do you see as the dilemma in this scenario? What further information would you wish to have, in order to more fully define the problem in this situation? What plans might you formulate for the purpose of helping Michael and/or his peers? Now, discuss this dilemma with a small group of other adults who have also read and considered the scenario. As a team, engage in collaborative reflection regarding problem definition.