Professional Reflection & Communication

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Through the consultation of the International Baccalaureate 5 Year Review and Latin American Heads Conference School Review processes,  Her Majesties Inspectorate of Education (HMIe), Council of International Schools and Council for British Teachers (CfBT) Education Trust reports, and individual performance reviews, I regularly self-reflect on the quality of my professional performance. My contributions to the writing of Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) Departmental Self-Evaluations and IBO Analysis documentation were commended by senior management and used to prepare our department for the school’s successful CfBT Inspection in 2010. I welcome the opportunity for teaching staff and senior managers to conduct class observations where good practice can be shared and praised among colleagues. Through this, I believe I deliver an education that is of a high quality and is accountable.

I welcome the opportunity for teaching staff and senior managers to conduct class observations where good practice can be shared and praised among colleagues.

Through Continual Professional Development activities, my reflections on my work have become more meaningful due to a variety of evolutions in my pedagogical ideals.

As a reflective practitioner, I continue to enhance my teaching practices through detailed lesson planning and preparation of materials.  I frequently consult various pedagogical textbooks as a form of self-evaluation and keep a log of resources and methods which have worked well.  Also, I regularly observe more experienced teacher colleagues.  Through this, I believe I deliver an education that is of a high quality and is accountable.