The Cycle of Planning, Part 3: Reflecting Upon Lesson Planning

Open to:Β All teachers.

Opportunity at a Glance:Β After developing your tool-kit for backwards planning, creating a lesson plan for success, and implementing your lesson, take time to reflect upon your lesson planning process. This way, you can make necessary shifts to drive student learning in your future lessons. Use this tool to reflect upon successes, identify areas for growth, and implement changes in your upcoming lesson.

Stay tuned for the first post of our next cycle of learning: Building a Culture for Learning. And remember, we’re always excited to hear reflections and feedback from this post.

Take action:Β Visit WeTeachNYC.org to access these resources and more.

For more information:Β Email the Teacher Effectiveness Team, or review the other two parts of this series by clicking the links below.

The Cycle of Planning, Part 1: Creating a Lesson Plan For Success

The Cycle of Planning, Part 2: How to Backwards Plan