3 Tools and Tips to Become a Reflective Teacher


BY MELINDA CREAN

“Reflection is a significant part of the teaching journey and it’s crucial that we seek feedback and advice to self-evaluate for self-improvement. But, it’s also important to remember that “the perfect teacher does not exist, but we all can become better teachers. Continual improvement of our teaching skills is the essence of professionalism in our field.” (Good & Brophy, 1991)

Are you a reflective teacher? If you don’t spend time reflecting yet, I want to share with you a few of my favorite reflection tools. Whether you’re a new teacher or an experienced professional, these ideas and tools are sure to help you on your journey.”

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