Reflective Practice: Professional Growth
To demonstrate this principle, the teacher must reevaluate their teaching, procedures, and learning so that they can benefit their students. They must constantly think about the usefulness of their activities, the functionality of their plans, and their purpose for strategies and consider modifying them to enhance the learning of their students. The teacher must reconsider lessons that may not have worked, and actively ponder ways to improve on their already functional procedures. They must continually evaluate whether or not they are getting their students to the appropriate goals in addition to evaluating their own choices made in the classroom. To demonstrate this principle, the teacher must constantly reflect and try to make themselves better by any means in order to help their students learn more effectively.
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