Clarify what's going well, what you want to change, and next steps for continued growth.
As a teacher, you have so much on your plate. And then you're asked to somehow juggle all those plates - without letting anything fall off of them
With so many tasks and goals competing for your attention, it's easy to lose sight of what's actually important.
That's why, on occasion, you need to step back and look at the big picture. To take a moment to reflect, clarify where you're at, and figure out where to focus your time and energy.
Our guided self-reflection will help you do just that:
We recommend setting aside 15-20 minutes to relax and reflect.
Absolutely! Sign up now so you can have the worksheet ready to go, but you can do the actual reflection at any time.
When you sign up, we'll email you the self-reflection worksheet. You can either print it out or save the digital version to type your responses.
You then plan a 15-20 minute block of time where you can relax and complete the self-reflection.
When you're ready to begin, we'll guide you through the self-reflection. The conversation will take place inside Facebook messenger.*
You'll answer questions and record your reflections on your worksheet. At the end, we'll provide recommendations for next steps based on your responses.
*Not on Facebook? Don't worry - you can use messenger even without a Facebook account. (If this doesn't work for you, please email us at email@example.com and let us know. If there's enough need/interest, we can create another version of the self-reflection.)
You bet! There's no cost for this guided self-reflection.
This guided self-reflection is designed for Christian teachers in both public & private schools, no matter what grade or subject you teach.
If you're not a Christian, you will still find the reflection helpful. You should just expect that some of our recommendations will have a spiritual dimension to them.
Just send us an email & we'll be happy to help: firstname.lastname@example.org
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