Let Us Teach is a unique MLK Day teaching and learning event designed to engage the entire Champlain College campus community. On January 15th, the first day of Spring Semester, students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a variety of Let Us Teach educational experiences that will inform and inspire.
If faculty members would like their students to reflect on their experience, the CLT has created a Reflection Guide that can stand alone or be used as a menu of reflection questions from which to create a condensed version.
A simple or condensed version of this guide could be assigning a 1-paper using the following 3 prompts:
- What I learned
- Why it matters
- What I will do
The purpose of reflection is therefore to bring our reasoning processes and behavior patterns to the surface and make them explicit. – Caronlyn Maughan
We are inclined to think of reflection as something quiet and personal. My argument here is that reflection is action-oriented, social and political. Its ‘product’ is praxis (informed, committed action), the most eloquent and socially significant form of human action. – Stephen Kemmis