As research highlights, although learning is ultimatley individual, it is fostered when socially constructed. As such, through guided reflective activity, the starting teacher is able to identify, research and reflect on critical incidents throughout the school year, combining autonomous with joint tasks. In this resource you find guidelines and an editable file to support reflection on critical incidents in a school-related context.
This reflection of/on critical incidents is combined with coaching and dialogue with others (namely, NQTs, other colleagues teachers, students, or any other participant involved in the critical incident) and/or with autoscopy tools. This tool can also contribute to the development of a learning portfolio.Log in to view resource