Quality early childhood programs that promote reflection, and reflective practice allow professionals to develop a critical understanding of their practices and continually develop the necessary knowledge, skills and approaches to achieve the best outcomes for children and their families. In this session, participants will learn that reflective practice is an important cycle of ongoing learning that occurs when early childhood professionals take the time to stop, think, challenge and change their practices in order to incorporate new understandings. Participants will:
- Define Reflective Practice and Supervision
- Learn why is it important as a program and individuals to be reflective
- Review the Traits and Roles of Reflective Practitioners and Supervisors
- Understand The Process of Reflective Supervision
- Be able to describe 8 Essential Elements of Reflective Supervision
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