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Over the course of the "Power of Reflective Practice in Early Childhood Education" series, we have shared the stories, reflections, and perspectives of an early childhood educator, a mentor, and a parent about their experiences with self-reflection and Reflective Practice. From these experiences, we have compiled some helpful tips to share with you and guide you as you begin your own Reflective Practice journey, whether you are a teacher, school leader, caregiver, or any combination of the three!
No matter what your specific roles are, the ones you have in working with and caring for young children are incredibly important. Building your skills of self-reflection through Reflective Practice will provide you with more tools in your tool-kit to grow professionally and personally. We hope you find these tips helpful as you begin to self-reflect and tap into your best self. And remember, Reflective Practice takes practice — allow yourself the time, space, and energy to find what works best for you, and to continue learning, growing, and reflecting.
Revisit the previous posts in "The Power of Reflective Practice in Early Childhood Education" series:
Author: Emily Stone, Lauren Sturtz, Sierra Bowling