The Four Change Boosters: Reflection


Reflection requires that you step back periodically and put your activity and efforts into a bigger and broader context.  It asks you to see what you are doing through different eyes.  Reflective thinking helps clarify what need to be the next steps to sustain your innovation. Your emerging insights in how and what to innovate will be crucial to communicate with others in your congregation (e.g. teachers, families, boards).

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  1. Implementing the Reflection Booster
    Reflection entails stepping back periodically to view your work in a bigger and broader context.  Use this guide to design opportunities for reflection at two important times: the end of a team meeting and following a planned learning experience.