Reflecting in Communities of Practice
Reflecting with other teachers can strengthen your abilities to respond to the children in your classroom and share meaningful experiences with them. This workbook is designed to be used with a group of colleagues--a community of practice--but it can also be a self-study tool to help you to understand and practice the key elements of reflective teaching. Ten study sessions provide opportunities to engage with peers as you collaborate and connect theory and best practices in your classrooms.
|"From Administrator to Innovator: Transforming Programs to Support Reflective Teaching" Reflective Institute
Friday, October 11 - Saturday, October 12, 2013
|NAEYC 2013 National Conference
Preconference Session: "Reflecting In Communities of Practice: A Model for Supporting Teachers in Studying Children's Learning with Curiosity, Intention, and Delight"
Margie Carter, Wendy Cividanes, Deb Curtis, and Debbie Lebo
Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 8:30 - 11:30 am
Conference Room 207B at the Washington Convention Center
|"Teachers as Decision-Makers: Searching for collaborative possibilities with children and families" Reflective Institute
January 23 - 25, 2014
ONLY A FEW SPACES STILL AVAILABLE
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|"Inspire" New Zealand Study Tour
March 30 - April 6, 2014
Auckland, New Zealand