Teacher reflection journal

Enhance your teaching practice with a reflection journal. Explore creative ideas to inspire self-reflection and professional growth in your teaching journey.
Reflective Teaching - Free Journal! - Fairy Dust Teaching. A good idea to bring closure to each day so I don't think about it all evening. Pre K, Organisation, Teaching Tips, Teacher Reflection, Student Teaching, Teaching Strategies, Student Reflection, Teacher Organization, Instructional Coaching

Click on reflection page to download. I think if there is one thing that has made the most impact on my teaching – it would be my reflective practice. At the end of the day I always take a moment to look at how the day went. I do not linger on my answers. Rather, […]

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Carolyn Harrod
Reflecting on your sucesses and challenges and setting new professional and personal goals is a helpful way to grow as an educator. This free teacher reflection page is an easy way for teachers to reflect on the past school year. Grab your copy and fill it out while the year is still fresh on your mind! Fresh, Teacher Resources, Teacher Reflection Journal, Teacher Review, Teacher End Of Year, Teacher Reflection, Student Reflection, Student Learning, End Of Year

Reflecting on your sucesses and challenges and setting new professional and personal goals is a helpful way to grow as an educator. This free teacher reflection page is an easy way for teachers to reflect on the past school year. Grab your copy and fill it out while the year is still fresh on your mind!

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Rachel Benoit
Do you wish you had time to write? Even if you can only spare 5 minutes a day, a reflections journal is a key to teacher growth, self-care, and well-being. On my blog I have 37 prompts for you...one for each week of the year and one to spare! Click the pin to copy them and begin writing today. Journal Prompts, Teachers, Teacher Reflection Journal, Teacher Organization, Teacher Reflection, Teacher, Journal Writing, School Year, Mindfulness For Kids

Do you wish you had time to write? Even if you can only spare 5 minutes a day, a reflections journal is a key to teacher growth, self-care, and well-being. On my blog I have 37 prompts for you...one for each week of the year and one to spare! Click the pin to copy them and begin writing today.

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Mandy Parrish
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As an administrator, I conduct formal observations on all the teachers in our building. After the observation, I hold a meeting with the teacher to go over what I observed and ways they can grow for next time. I always ask the same question when I begin these meetings "Tell me what you think went

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