“I don’t have time and I have no idea what I’d write about anyway..”
Overworked teachers, everywhere
Is this how you feel about reflecting or gathering evidence in your portfolio? Are you stuck for topics? Not sure what is reflect worthy or when on earth you could find time to stop, think and reflect?
You are not alone. This is a super common problem that I hear all the time. That’s why today, I’m going to share a full proof plan to help you create consistent reflections that will leave you feeling confident, excited and inspired by your own practice.
Calm, Confident and Reflecting.
That’s right. I’ve created a very simple (and easy to use) template to help you to plan your reflections. You can download it now by providing us with your email address – we’ll send it right over.
More than that though, I’m going to share with you my top 5 ways to choose topics to reflect on that will help you grow your practice your confidence and your level of impact. I’ve got you! We’re going to walk through this step-by-step. Honestly, if you can’t find enough to talk about after that, we need to chat!
Feeling calm, confident and at ease with you plan? I can’t wait to hear all about it! What did you choose to do? How much time do you think you’re going to save now you have this plan? Why not leave us a comment below or come and join us over on Facebook? Especially if you’ve got something toother (Number 3 on the plan…. remember?)
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