Reflective teaching, as defined by Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, is a process where teachers dedicate “time to evaluate their own teaching practice, examine their curricular choices, consider student feedback, and make revisions to improve student belonging and learning.” Reflection should occur annually, but we often lack the time. This is your chance to pause for a moment, take a deep breath, and put the year to rest. Spend the day with fellow professionals reflecting on the past year. What were your biggest wins? What little thing did you want to change to make a small improvement in your class culture next year? Take time for your professional self and participate in a series of discussions and personal reflections that will allow you to take what you need, leave what you don’t, and start your summer with a clear mind.
Audience: K-12 Teachers
Presenter: Marisa Romanelli
Location: Bureau, Henry, Stark Regional Office of Education #28. Atkinson, IL
Professional Development Hours: 4.5
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