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Reflecting as Classroom Practice
Reflecting as Classroom Practice

Without reflection, teaching is an impossible and stagnant endeavor. When teachers look back on their lessons, as educators they take many steps forward to assist their students and themselves to grow as learners. Quite often, more is learned from the lesson that did not go so well to ensure that the next go-around will be better. Teaching itself is forever changing with new research stepping forward. Although students themselves are perpetual variables, they must be seen as individual learners. Students with disabilities are just that—individual students. Educators need to reflect on the ways that these students are included with appropriate strategies. Included in this chapter are ways that the students must also be reflective partners in their ...

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