The team at PD North know how important reflection is and we’ve started #PDNReflect to encourage more of it! Every Tuesday, starting at 8pm and finishing at 9pm, we’ll be posing Brookfield’s CIQ questions (1995):

  1. What surprised you most about this week and why?
  2. At what point in the week did you feel most distanced from your practice and why?
  3. At what point in the week did you feel most engaged in your practice and why?
  4. What did anyone do this week that was puzzling or confusing this week and why?
  5. What did anyone do this week that was helpful or affirming and why?

The questions are posted by our team’s Twitter page, @PDNorth1720, and we encourage participants to use the hashtag #PDNReflect so that all responses are threaded together.

We launched on 26/09 and had a busy evening! Below are highlights from our weekly Twitter chats so far.

We’d love for you to get involved – please join us on Tuesdays! If you would like to host one of our Twitter Chats, please get in touch – it could be a fantastic opportunity to share your research and ideas with the community or find out answers to burning questions! Drop Chloë or Lou an email.

Brookfield, S. (1995) Becoming a critically reflective teacher, San Francisco: Jossey Bass