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Planning allows the teacher to identify specifically how his or her future actions will be improved by what has been learned.

A successful planning process has to answer questions such as:

  • Specifically what should be kept and what should be changed to improve this lesson before teaching it again?
  • What philosophy or research base guided the teacher’s decisions regarding changes?
  • Specifically, how should the teacher’s learning and growth as result of this experience be used to improve his/her performance in other aspects of his/her teaching and learning?

Repeating this cycle provides the reflective practitioner with an invaluable tool for continuous learning and improvement.