Take Charge of Your Professional Growth
The first step to owning your professional growth is reflecting on your practice. This guide to reflective teaching includes a self-assessment and school assessment to guide you in thinking deeply about your strengths and areas for growth.
What Makes a Great Teacher?
Teaching is a tough job. Some say it’s less a job than a calling. Semantics aside, being a good teacher requires a unique combination of skills, such as content expertise, patience, creativity, diplomacy, and world-class organization.
Even the best teachers regularly find themselves overwhelmed and emotionally drained. Many teachers burn-out, trying to achieve artisan-quality results at factory level outputs.
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In addition to the assessments, this guide includes an overview of the 3-Bridges Design for Learning. Three Bridges helps educators balance differentiation and content coverage. All while designing learning experiences that are student-centered and authentic.
The SMART goals planning sheet will help you turn your reflection into a professional growth plan that actually works.
Complete the activities thoughtfully and honestly – you can share them with colleagues and mentors, or use them for your own private reflection.
This guide aligns with Bridge 3 of our 3-Bridges Design for Learning
Personalized learning has direct benefits for students but also supports growth within the other two bridges.