CAT Roundtable "Discussion: What is the power of reflective practice to professional work?"
Monday, November 3, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
CAT Roundtable “Discussion: What is the power of reflective practice to professional work?”
In this discussion, participants are invited to explore the value of reflective practice and self-evaluation. How does it inform our planning and daily professional work? What tools are available to enable reflective practice and evaluation?
CAT Roundtable Shared Norms:
- We explore: There are no right or wrong answers. Our goal is not to solve a problem, but to explore possibilities and context. We are discovering perspectives different than our own and hoping to learn something new.
- We value: Everyone’s opinion is part of the conversation (including staff, faculty, students, non-educators, etc.). We speak from different contexts and everyone’s input is valuable to the discussion.
- We monitor time: We are aware of how much or how little airtime is being consumed by one another. We strive our best to maintain a balance and ensure that everyone is part of the conversation.
CAT Roundtables and Classes are recorded via Panopto for the benefit of those who cannot attend. Look for the recording in the Butler Connection.
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