The Choices We Make

J.K. Rowling once said, “It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” As we reflect on our own teaching experiences, we must not forget to think about the choices we make. Do you choose to be proactive or reactive to difficult situations that you encounter with your students?

Food for Thought:

  • Be receptive to feedback from your colleagues and principal
  • Increased opportunities for student voice
  • Ask for support and/or assistance when needed
  • Increased amounts of common planning time with grade level peers

Author: taylormitch

Elementary Lead Teacher - Grades K-4

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