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Reflect on a lesson... next time you'll keep the good stuff and make other stuff better.
Reflect on how you handled a situation with a student... you'll have a better idea of what to do next time.
Reflect on an assessment... you'll know if it was giving your the feedback you desire.
Reflect on a meeting... you'll know how better work with your peers next time.
Reflect on how much you are reflecting... now you are just getting crazy. Or are you? When I reflect on my reflecting, I realize that I'm leaving little time for it. That is where I can use some of the tips from Elena Aguilar's article. Definitely click here to read the whole thing. But here is a summary of her tips:
#1. Prune your goals
#2. Prune your calendar
#3. Allocate time to opening meetings
#4. Allocate time to closing meetings
#5. Prune the agenda
#6. Ask a colleague a thoughtful question
#7. Ask a student or a parent a thoughtful question
#8. Eat lunch
#9. Take a sick day
#10. Practice self-care