Why reflection helps educators develop skills

08/1/2013 | Center for Teaching Quality

Middle-grades educator Ariel Sacks in this blog post parses the teacher archetypes of "experienced" and "fresh," and suggests that all teachers need time to reflect on their classroom experiences to learn and grow in their practice. "With practice and critical thinking we learn to be better and better at what we seek to do -- teaching, for example," she writes.

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