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Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

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Self-assessment, reflective practices and quality improvement

Self-assessment, reflective practices and quality improvement

Reflective Practice | SkillsYouNeed

Reflective Practice | SkillsYouNeed

Reflective Practice www.childcarebydesign.com.au uploads reflective_practice_cawa_newsletter_nov_13_web_with_links.pdf

Reflective Practice www.childcarebydesign.com.au uploads reflective_practice_cawa_newsletter_nov_13_web_with_links.pdf


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Professional development in educational technology remains a top priority. Yet, implementing effective and successful professional development continues to be a challenge, requiring proper planning, buy-in from teachers, time and money. We put together this infographic to help.

Professional development in educational technology remains a top priority. Yet, implementing effective and successful professional development continues to be a challenge, requiring proper planning, buy-in from teachers, time and money. We put together this infographic to help.

27 Ways to Improve your Teaching through Reflective Practice

27 Ways to Improve your Teaching through Reflective Practice

REFLECTIVE PRACTICE- ARE YOU DOING IT? Reflective practice occurs when teachers step back and evaluate the learning environment. The teacher looks at himself or herself and asks, “How can this be better?

This graphic represents the forward momentum that can be achieved through reflective practice. It is a cycle but one that is always making progress rather than just spinning around and around. Reflecting can metaphorically get your wheels to stop spinning in the mud and get that truck moving again!  A particularly New Brunswick metaphor for all of those educators who love going muddin' :)

This graphic represents the forward momentum that can be achieved through reflective practice. It is a cycle but one that is always making progress rather than just spinning around and around. Reflecting can metaphorically get your wheels to stop spinning in the mud and get that truck moving again! A particularly New Brunswick metaphor for all of those educators who love going muddin' :)

Observations & linking - simple strategies for educators working with the EYLF learning outcomes

Understanding the use of Observations,Reflection and Linking in Early Childhood Settings

Professional development | kidsmatter.edu.au

Professional development | kidsmatter.edu.au

This is a slightly horrible color, but useful guidelines! // writing goals and objectives

This is a slightly horrible color, but useful guidelines! // writing goals and objectives

Goal setting ... as easy as 1 2 3! | kidsmatter.edu.au

Goal setting ... as easy as 1 2 3! | kidsmatter.edu.au

Developing inclusive relationships among early childhood staff (free article) - Early Childhood Australia

Developing inclusive relationships among early childhood staff (free article) - Early Childhood Australia

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

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