Starting a Reflective Practice

There are many ways to start a reflective practice – some formal, some less so.

If you prefer a more guided experience, sign up for the next HIT seminar.

If you want to start small, keep a notebook – physical or digital – available while you teach and capture those fleeting thoughts about what worked great and what needs a rethink. Some write on their syllabus, others use digital tools like Evernote.

“Reflective teaching has benefits for teachers and students alike. Teachers can use reflective teaching techniques to improve their teaching methodologies. Reflective practice can consist of teaching instruction, conducting self-assessments, considering improvements, while problem solving and developing analytical skills.”
Dana Di Pardo Léon-Henri

Explore & Consider

Explore the following selection of short articles and videos that reflect on or summarize current thinking, research, or experiences related to the topic.