Wednesday, May 13, 2015

This may seem like an odd place for this post. However, a large part of guided inquiry is reflection. If a teacher can not reflect they can not teach reflection. Enjoy. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.

Reflective teachers are more effective: Improvement doesn't happen by accident
Reflective educators are intentional in their actions, accurately assess their influence, adjust their actions on the fly and engage in ongoing reflection. On the most recent episode of the Whole Child Podcast, panelists explore how to develop and grow your capacity for success through self-reflection and its effects on student learning, the quality of schools, and the state of the profession. Listen to the broadcast.

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