[EXPERIMENT] CLOSE OUT THE SCHOOL YEAR WITH THIS REFLECTION PRACTICE

The school year is coming to an end. More than likely, you’ve experienced a combination of love, laughter, frustration, joy, sadness, early mornings, late nights, ups and downs...

There were lessons, there were pivotal moments and there was simply just never enough time. This school year will never happen again - your students are different now and so are you. Whether you’ve had a challenging year or the best year yet, take some time to capture the lessons and create an epic school year to come.

REFLECTION EXPERIMENT:
Take a moment to reflect on your school year. Answer some or all of these questions BEFORE leaving for summer break:

  • What created the most joy this school year?
  • What was my biggest lesson this year?
  • How did I show up effectively for my students?
  • How did I show up ineffectively for my students?
  • What is one thing I’m proud of?
  • What will I do more of next school year?
  • What will I do less of next school year?
  • What was my favorite moment from this school year?
  • What is my intention for next school year?

BENEFITS OF REFLECTION:
1. Reflection exposes the good and provides an opportunity to celebrate all that you’ve done right. Without reflection, it’s easy to forget these things, and focus instead on our challenges.

2. Reflection helps you learn from your mistakes. If we don’t reflect on our mistakes, we are doomed to repeat them.

3. Reflection sparks new ideas.

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