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Individual Reflective Practice
Individual Reflective Practice

From the perspective of the individual teacher, it means that the process of understanding and improving one’s own teaching must start from reflection on one’s own experience.

—Kenneth Zeichner, Connecting Genuine Teacher Development to the Struggle for Social Justice, 1993

You may be asking yourself, how does reflective practice relate, specifically, to me in my life as an educator? Reflection offers great potential for illuminating meaning, purpose, and learning in your professional life. By being more reflective, you have the potential to increase your own effectiveness and also to positively affect the thinking ...

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