Tool 12: Being a reflective practitioner
The most effective teachers are those who reflect on their work and are self-critical. Being self-critical does not mean always finding fault with yourself; it means analysing your teaching and thinking about what went well, what did not go so well, and why.
After using this Tool you will be able to:
- provide an audit that will help you become aware of the active learning methods you are using in your teaching and identify how you develop this
- reflect on your own work and the impact of your teaching on your students
- provide strategies to help you support student teachers’ reflection.
11.2 Dealing with macro-level difficulties
12.1 Auditing teaching methods