Reflective Practice Challenge – 1
My Reflective Practice Mission Statement
I seek to better understand myself and how my contextual outlook affects the communications I have with those around me. By reflecting on these connections I hope to mitigate instances of miscommunication. This improvement, brought about through critical reflection, will not only help me in my life, but will assist me in guiding my students through the challenges of communicating with a wider world.
I have been thinking of ways to integrate the inspiration and learning I get from face to face RP meetings with the format of a blog.
This is the first of an undetermined number of RP challenges I will set out for whoever is interested. My hope is that these challenges lead to more interaction between the disparate members of our blogging community, and so provide a modicum of the inspiration and insight I habitually leave RP meetings with.
I also hope that the production from these challenges will serve as a quality reference for anyone seeking out more information on what RP is all about.
This first challenge was much harder than I anticipated. It was also quite enlightening.
I encourage you to think about what your reflective practice mission statement might look like. And I doubly encourage you to post what you come up with so that a wider community can gain from your insight.
I, for one, am eagerly awaiting to see what you come up with.