Educator Reflection Tips

Get your copy today!! Educator Reflection Tips, Volume #1 is available on Amazon!! You can read the first chapter for Free!!!

I am humble and excited to announce the release of the first book in the Educator Reflection Series. It is available on Amazon in both a paperback or Kindle version. The first chapter is available to download for Free. Download and give it a read. Then decide if you want to continue reading online or prefer a paperback copy. Happy Reading!!!!

Have you been looking for a simple method to use to help you reflect on your instructional practices?

If so, this is the book for you. Educator Reflection Tips offers a unique way for educators to reflect on their practice. Each chapter begins contains a research-based instructional practice and takes the reader on a journal that provokes deep thinking about their current practices, provides snapshot professional development to enhance the knowledge of the reader, and includes resources to help you integrate the strategies into your current classroom practices.  Additionally, the accompanying Reflection Tip infographic creates a ready-made tool which can be used by individual educators, during Professional Learning Communities, and/or School-Based Professional Development sessions.  

Volume #1 contains three distinct instructional clusters:

1.            Content-driven Concepts focuses on the instructional core and content-specific knowledge.

2.            Classroom Competencies outlines instructional strategies educators can incorporate into their practice. 

3.            Classroom Culture provides guidelines for developing relationships and meeting the diverse needs of students. 

Each Reflection Tip should be looked at as an individual, bite-sized professional development session.

Lastly, Volume #1 of the Educator Reflection Tip contains the never before seen E.M.P.O.W.E.R. Feedback Framework which outlines how teachers can empower students to take ownership of their learning, delineates a strategy for teachers to use to help combat the Summer Slide, and create an Anti-racist classroom culture.

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