A Taxonomy of Reflection: Critical Thinking For Students, Teachers, and Principals
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Educators are familiar with Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, and we are used to the Dewey-esque emphasis on reflection in our learning activities. However, Peter Pappas has here laid the groundwork for a taxonomy of reflection for various stakeholders in the educational enterprise.
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Date Added to MERLOT: August 11, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 03, 2012
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Keywords: K12, reflection, students, taxonomy, education, principals, teachers

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4 years ago

Peter Pappas (Faculty)

Thanks for posting my material and introducing me to Merlot. I have joined and began to post some more material at http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMember.htm?id=483521

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4 years ago

Kelvin Thompson (Faculty)

Pappas does an admirable job of delineating taxonomies for reflection of not just students but also of teachers and school principals. Pappas asserts that each group has experiences that may be reflected upon superficially, very deeply, or at various levels in between. I have used this work to guide my construction of "reflection" sections of scoring rubrics.

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This material is presented in a series of blog postings. The author is careful to interlink the various entries, but this may be a bit challenging for some audience members who are not familiar with the intricacies of navigating the blogosphere.

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