Teachers are constantly thinking on their feet, making swift
adjustments to instruction in order to meet the needs of all
their students within a given class session. Take the luxury
of reflecting upon the implementation of this renewed lesson
and how it worked in your classroom. As a reflective practitioner,
you have the opportunity to learn from the classroom experience,
growing as a professional and honing your instructional practices.
To learn more about the "teacher as a reflective practitioner,"
visit the following links:
and a reflection cycle diagram, visit the North Carolina
Department of Public Instruction. It targets pre-service
teachers, as they begin to strive towards becoming master
teachers. Even so, the information is relevant to any teacher,
at any point in their career.