• Reflection Journal




    The purpose of a reflective journal is to provide a framework for writing about thoughts and perceptions relating to instructional and educational experiences.  Journaling is designed to promote the processing of those experiences.  Time for reflection fosters analysis.  Journal formats may include a variety of forms:  free writing, interactive journals, reaction, contemplation, elaboration, or cause and effect.


    The professional employee will state the purpose of the reflective writing and the format it will take.  The methods of sharing the growth from the process will be identified within the action plan.  Reflective journal entries will be submitted monthly to the supervisor. In addition, teachers may elect to create a collaborative journal process with colleagues.
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Last Modified on August 14, 2013