Make Reflection a Priority
Reflecting on Your Teaching Practice
As teachers, we often intend on reflecting after teaching lessons or units by writing down notes or taking to colleagues. Sometimes this happens and sometimes we just get too busy and move on to prepping the next lesson. I have found that blogging about my learning not only helps me make reflection a priority, but allows others to also learn from my journey. Reflecting on your teaching practice is essential to helping you become a better teacher.
Cari Williams has been developing her understanding of The Framework for K-12 Science Teaching and the NGSS through the development of curriculum, collaborative learning experiences with NSTA 3D Learning Cadre Members and as a Science Peer Review Panelist for Achieve. To learn more, please go to