Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION
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Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION

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Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION

Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION: Creating an environment where everyone (students, teachers-both homeroom and visiting specialist teachers) has a say in what the space looks like, how it operates and where things are placed is an important process in supporting agency and developing a community of practice that feels valued and respected.

Asking students to co-create the space will involve them in some reflection and can be supported by carefully scaffolded questioning to draw out ideas that achieves a successful experience.

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Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION

Co-created learning Spaces TEACHER REFLECTION: Creating an environment where everyone (students, teachers-both homeroom and visiting specialist teachers) has a say in what the space looks like, how it operates and where things are placed is an important process in supporting agency and developing a community of practice that feels valued and respected.

Asking students to co-create the space will involve them in some reflection and can be supported by carefully scaffolded questioning to draw out ideas that achieves a successful experience.

Inviting teachers to co-create spaces with the learners will also require reflection so that teachers can identify the negotiables and non-negotiables elements that need to be made visible to the students.

It is important that when co-creating a learning environment together all members feel like it is a safe, open, trustworthy process, with no hidden agendas or ideas.

Included

  • Teacher reflection questions and suggestions for reflection process
  • Example student reflection questions
  • Overview of transdisciplinary curriculum links that show how the inquiry tasks in this set link to math (geometry and space), geography, social studies (civics and community), drama, literature and literacy (speaking and listening).

This resource can be used separately or as part of a series of tasks to help teachers and learners work together to co-create learning spaces. Other resources in this set include

This resource supports both reflective thinking and supports teachers making visible to themselves and their students sites of agency and the limits they are working within.