Open to: All teachers.
Opportunity at a Glance: Our previous post and Facilitation Guide, “Reflecting on Student Learning Outcomes,” offered participants an opportunity to identify and plan to implement strategies which support students in mastering intended learning outcomes.
After reflecting on student learning outcomes, it is a wonderful time for teachers to do self reflection of their own. With the “Teacher Self Reflection Tool,” teachers are able to celebrate their growth and continue to strengthen their practice. This tool may be used as a resource to guide your thinking as you reflect on instructional practice, including areas of strength, areas for growth, current support, and a desire for future support.
As a reminder, teachers have access to 70 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) eBook titles to supplement and strengthen their practice. Some titles that connect to teacher self-reflection include:
- The Data-Driven Classroom: How Do I Use Student Data to Improve My Instruction? (Book 18, p. 14).
- Solving 25 Problems in Unit Design: How Do I Refine My Units to Enhance Student Learning? (Book 78, p. 34).
Take action: See the full collection on WeTeachNYC.