I have no idea when its' best to start this process.... 😟

There are many of you out there right now who are asking the question “when should I start?” Gathering evidence for accreditation can be time consuming and feel like a really, overwhelming task.  I know. I get it.  It is important though.  It’s also a great opportunity for you to connect with and celebrate your practice as an educator.

If, as you ask that question, you brain quickly moves towards statements about being time poor, about not being ready or about not knowing how you’re going to make room for the process in your day then I want you to tune into this week’s episode of the Reflective Teacher Podcast. 

It's time to acknowledge our excuses and move them aside

That’s right.  Many of the comments were hear about time and readiness are actually masking something a little deeper.  They are genuinely excuses.

Now, before you get cross.  Tune in and hear how making room for as little as 15 minutes a fortnight to reflection on your practice can change the process of accreditation for you.  Can make it less time consuming, judgemental and scary.

Tune in to hear the two most frequent excuses we hear over at Edufolios and, more importantly, how to re frame your thinking around them.  How to move forward, confidently, to a place where you are gathering evidence with ease. 

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