Reflective Practice: The Cornerstone for School Improvement
This handbook focuses on how Principals, Coordinators and Lead-Teachers can nurture effective instruction and interpersonal relationships through reflective practice. Reflection is the process through which leaders ensure effective professional practice, allowing them to analyse and diagnose problems, apply theoretical knowledge and manage the pressure of decision-making. This resource provides a thoughtful, comprehensive guide to reflective practice, explaining the meaning of reflection and how to benefit from it, as well as providing practical examples of how reflection can be implemented in schools to aid teachers and students.
Authors: Bruce G. Barnett, Gary R. O'Mahony & Robin J. Matthews
Age Suitability: All