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The Importance of Reflection According to the teachers, reflection is an essential aspect of practice. Their ideas about its importance fell into three categories: improvement, discovery, and survival. Improvement. The teachers all asserted that reflection is important for improving practice-a stated goal of reform efforts and many activities for teachers (Fullan, 1991; Fullan & Miles, 1992; Sarason, 1990). King explained the relationship between reflection and improvement: “If you want to change teaching, reflection’s very important.
The teachers all asserted that reflection is important for improving practice-a stated goal of reform efforts and many activities for teachers (Fullan, 1991; Fullan & Miles, 1992; Sarason, 1990). King explained the relationship between reflection and improvement: “If you want to change teaching, reflection’s very important. ” Her opinion is supported by research, which verifies that without new images and ideas for their practice, teachers do what they witnessed teachers doing as students (Lortie, 1975).
What 38 Chapter Four supported or hindered reflection? How was reflection valuable to teaching? Looking across the cases with the aid of these questions will reveal insights about fostering reflective teaching. Before exploring the teachers’ experiences, however, it is important to understand the teachers’ collective thoughts on reflection. What do they say reflection is and how do they believe it helps them in their teaching? Their insights provide our first glimpse into the nature of reflection in schools.