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Fundamentals for Reflective Practice
Fundamentals for Reflective Practice

Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters. Be intrigued by the differences you hear. Trust that meaningful conversations can change your world.

— Margaret Wheatley, Turning to One Another: Simple Conversations to Restore Hope to the Future, 2009

As described in Chapter 1, at the heart of the reflective practice cycle (Figure 2.1) is meaning-full conversation that results in learning from practice, which, in turn, informs and advances both teaching practice and student learning. Ways that school community members talk, think, and learn together is one of the strongest influences on the quality ...

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