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Binder 3 contains reflections of the outcomes of your CEO. Each requirement is listed below:
1. Two inch (2”) binder maximum
2. Table of Contents (identifies title and pages for all documents)
3. Article Reviews
4. Reflective Journals (detailed description below)
5. Graduate courses original transcripts
6. Formal reflections
7. Reflective journal entries organized by Phases
Binder 3 - The CEO Reflective Journal
The development of a Reflective Journal throughout the CEO process will help focus your attention on the educational growth you are experiencing. You will reflect on the impact your teaching is having on your students’ learning, as it relates to your growth in knowledge and skills.
Keep reflections of all phases of the CEO process as you move forward with your work.
Formal reflections are those addressing professional development or other major activities that you feel have an impacting significance on your growth.
Binder 3 will also include a final reflection. This reflection is a 1000-1500 word summary which provides a convincing analysis that describes
Three-Step Process Outline for Reflections
The Three-Step Process Outline below will help structure the individual journal entries. By using this outline, you will be able to organize your thoughts. Complete your formal and final reflections by
The Three-Step Process Outline
Step 1: Description
In Step 1 you will list the activity, based on the PD plan. Examples of discussion items might be:
Steps 2: Analysis
In Step 2 you will briefly describe the activity or item listed above, providing an overview of the item/activity using your professional judgment as it relates to your CEO program.
Step 3: Reflection
In Step 3 you will reflect on how the previous activity or item helped you or your students.
This step should communicate three effects:
To view and print a sample of reflective journal writing, click this link: Sample of Reflective Journal Writing