Reflection: A Critical Teaching Practice
Presented by Shonna Snyder, PhD, CHES, research scientist at The Mast Cell Disease Society, and former associate professor of health and physical education at Gardner-Webb University.
In the presentation below, Human Kinetics author Shonna Snyder discusses the benefits of reflection as a critical teaching practice and how to do it well.
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