Micro-Reflection on Classroom Communication - A FAB Framework - Hansun Zhang Waring

Micro-Reflection on Classroom Communication - A FAB Framework - Hansun Zhang Waring

The FAB Classroom: Bringing It All Together

Micro-Reflection on Classroom Communication - A FAB Framework - Hansun Zhang Waring

Hansun Zhang Waring [+-]
Teachers College, Columbia University
Hansun Zhang Waring is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics & TESOL at Columbia University Teachers College.
Sarah Chepkirui Creider [+-]
Teachers College, Columbia University
Sarah Chepkirui Creider is a Lecturer at Teachers College, Columbia University.

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This chapter begins with an exhibit that demonstrates how the three aspects of the FAB framework come together in the “messy” reality of the classroom. Indeed, in real life, the three principles often converge and are managed in a single moment. Thus, it is via micro-reflection that teachers can move from these principles to an integrated practice that constitutes the exciting complexity of teaching. The chapter concludes by recontextualizing the four-stage process of developing the ability of micro-reflection (do, use, notice, practice) as an iterative cycle of noticing, reflecting and practicing.

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Waring, Hansun; Creider, Sarah. The FAB Classroom: Bringing It All Together. Micro-Reflection on Classroom Communication - A FAB Framework. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 111-130 Feb 2021. ISBN 9781781797365. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=35456. Date accessed: 01 Dec 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.35456. Feb 2021

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