Reflection. by jacekson on DeviantArt

Reflection. by jacekson on DeviantArt

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The Art Of Black And White Photography

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' :)

Back in March I blogged about becoming a growth mindset school following our staff launch event.  Since that time we have been very busy preparing to roll out the ethos to the whole school. Here's ...

Growth Mindset Launch

Back in March I blogged about becoming a growth mindset school following our staff launch event. Since that time we have been very busy preparing to roll out the ethos to the whole school. Here's ...

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright (Colossal)

Great transformations to be done with graph paper - foldables  coordinate plane reflections over the x-axis and y-axis

Great transformations to be done with graph paper - foldables coordinate plane reflections over the x-axis and y-axis

"They both listened silently to the water, which to them was not just water, but the voice of life, the voice of being, the voice of perpetual becoming." ~Hermann Hesse, via She Sings to the Stars ..*

"They both listened silently to the water, which to them was not just water, but the voice of life, the voice of being, the voice of perpetual becoming." ~Hermann Hesse, via She Sings to the Stars ..*

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