Reflective Teaching is a habit of mind that requires consciously thinking about how teaching practices impact students’ learning.
Reflection is a tool to self-assess your practice. Once you have collected this information, plan a course of action so that you can implement change. You might decide to find more research on an area where you need improvement, attend a conference, or read magazines or books related to the topic for which you are seeking information.
Once you begin to implement changes be sure you take the time to reflect once again.
===> Reflection is a continuous cycle that begins once you develop the habit of mind to think about your practice. <===
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