July is flying by in a flash. We hope you are spending time relaxing, refreshing, and recuperating—even as back-to-school season approaches ever so quickly.
One of the best ways to soften the transition from summer to the new school year is through John Dewey’s favorite practice: reflection. Dewey believed deep learning happens not through experience but through reflecting on experience.
So, in the fading summer season, take a moment in between sips of sun tea to reflect on your teaching last year and look ahead to the upcoming year.
Featured Download: Summer Self-Reflection Sheet
Answer the summer reflection questions to learn from your previous school year.