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Reflective Practice in Instructional Rounds Dr. Bonnie Boothroy, ILA Director Slides adapted from “Coaching for Reflection” ppt by Dr. Anne Rodrigue , Ontario Coaching Institute, 2007 and Great Prairie AEA Superintendents’ Network Reflective Questions . “ What is Reflective Practice? ”.

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Reflective Practice in Instructional Rounds

Dr. Bonnie Boothroy, ILA Director

Slides adapted from “Coaching for Reflection” ppt

by Dr. Anne Rodrigue, Ontario Coaching Institute, 2007

and

Great Prairie AEA Superintendents’ Network Reflective Questions

three commonalities in most definitions
Three commonalities in most definitions:
  • Methodical processes
  • Inquiry orientation
  • Improvement as a goal
collective reflection contributes to
Collective Reflection contributes to:
  • enhanced educational practice;
  • greater awareness of collective practice;
  • increased recognition of professional dilemmas;
  • different ways of thinking about dilemmas; and
  • making adjustments in practice.
collective reflection contributes to1
Collective Reflection contributes to:
  • increased student learning;
  • increased personal and collective capacity to learn and improve;
  • restored balance and perspective –a time out for reflection and change;
  • renewed clarity of self, personal, and professional growth; and
  • empowerment.
two essential conditions for reflective practice
Two Essential Conditions forReflective Practice
  • Trusting relationships
  • Thought and inquiry
n ext l evel o f w ork reflective questions
Next Level Of WorkReflective Questions

January 2012

Iowa Leadership Academy Superintendents’ Network

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