Reflective practice to improve schools : an action guide for educators



Reflective practice to improve schools : an action guide for educators

Jennifer York-Barr ... [et al.] ; foreword by Arthur L. Costa

Corwin Press, c2006

2nd ed

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Other authors: William A. Sommers, Gail S. Ghere, Jo Montie

Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-302) and index

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Praise for the First Edition: '(the book) poses a challenging, compelling argument and is highly recommended for any educator in search of tips, tricks, and techniques for self improvement on the job' - Midwest Book Review 'This book is a must read for teacher leaders, principals, and central office administrators. The authors make a substantive and powerful argument for addressing reflection at all levels of the organization and provide practical tools and insights to facilitate a comfortable transition from theory to practice. This book will be valuable to anyone serious about ensuring success for all students' - Stephanie Hirsh, Deputy Executive Director, National Staff Development Council Reflective Practice to Improve Schools allows educators to examine individual and collective beliefs and assumptions, leading to insights about instructional effectiveness. A unique, useful tool for understanding the potential--in fact, the necessity--of reflective practice, this important book offers a practical guide to initiating or extending individual and collaborative commitments to reflective practice schoolwide. You will find new information added to this edition that includes: o More ideas and strategies for individual reflection o New examples from practice for administrators and more schoolwide examples o Greater reflection for fostering equity and cultural competence


List of Tables and FiguresForeword by Arthur L. CostaPrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the Authors1. Reflective Practice for Continuous Learning2. Fundamentals for Reflective Practice3. Individual Reflective Practice4. Reflective Practice With Partners5. Reflective Practice in Small Groups and Teams6. Schoolwide Refective Practice7. Moving Forward With Reflective Practice--in Hope and PossibilityResource 1.A Theory of Action for Reflective PracticeResource 1.B Reflective Practice SpiralResource 1.C Schoolwide Web of RelationshipsResource 1.D Framework for Closing ReflectionsResource 2.A Questions to Support ReframingResource 3.A Framework for Personal Reflections on Professional Purpose and PracticeResource 3.B Personal Inventory of Reflective PracticesResource 3.C A 4-Step Reflection ProcessResource 3.D Questions to Reflect on Meaning in LifeResource 3.E Questions for Getting Started With Individual Reflective PracticeResource 4.A Questions to Prompt Reflection On and For InstructionResource 4.B Questions to Prepare for Being CoachedResource 4.C Questions for Getting Started With Partner Reflective PracticeResource 5.A Selected Quotes About Reflective PracticeResource 5.B Table Top Collaborative Group NormsResource 5.C Protocol for Meeting or Learning-Group DesignResource 5.D Protocol for Planning Differentiated InstructionResource 5.E Protocol for Collaborative Examination of Student WorkResource 5.F Questions for Getting Started With Reflective Practice in Small Groups or TeamsResource 6.A Framework for Reflective Practice Planning and DesignResource 6.B Questions for Getting Started With Schoolwide Reflective PracticeResource 7.A R-E-F-L-E-C-T-I-O-N Mnemonic: Lessons Learned About Reflective PracticeReferencesIndex

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