Reflective Teaching

Reflective Teaching

Lucila Ferrari

“Good teachers are always learning–learning from students, learning from their own trial and error, learning from peers and colleagues, learning from mentors and supervisors, and learning from academic information in their field. Good teachers continue to learn throughout their careers.” 

This session looks at you, the teachers.  It focuses on why it’s good for even the most seasoned of teachers to reflect on their classes with some useful ideas and ways to both reflect and carry on growing.

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2 thoughts on “Reflective Teaching

  1. Lucila, as always, your material is relevant, innnovative and impeccable.
    Thank you for this session…I will definitely be using many of your suggestions when I “gear up” for the next school year!

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