The process of reflection is a cycle which needs to be repeated. Teach > self-assess > new ways of teaching > try new ideas > repeat the process.
Reflective teaching has benefits for both teachers and students. Teachers can use reflective teaching methods to improve their teaching practices.
Your last reflection
These activities are intrinsic to the work of a teacher. Yet, at the moment, they rarely happen - the problem is time, the reason is workload.
Time is of the essence
Unlike our counterparts in Japan, who spend 200 hours less in front of a class every year, teachers in the UK and abroad do not have enough of it.
Helping teachers to evaluate their lessons with the view to improving student progress.
Designed to be easy to use and intuitive, no more lengthy reflection notes.
Teachers have a responsibility to professionally evaluative their practice.
Expert teachers regularly focus on evaluating the effects they have on students.
Over 50 recommended weekly tips to improve progress and attainment.
Over 65 recommended suggested goals and next steps to improve your reflection.
“I made a lot more differentiated resources through the use of IT than I normally would and I really think it helped the students in terms of their learning but the biggest change I noticed through this was their progress in class”
Ms Lauren Farrow
English Teacher, The British International School – Riyadh
“I had to develop my questioning, in particular”