Critical Reflection Part 1: Critical doesn’t mean to criticise!

Presented by Rachel Flottman Learn what critical reflection is through the lens of fairness, justice and equity. Ideal for educational leaders.


Critical reflection is core to our professional lives and to reaching ever-evolving understandings of fairness and justice.

This workshop – the first in a series – helps you rediscover critical reflection, not as a tool to criticise, but as a tool to evolve understandings and practice towards fairness, justice and equity.

Join this webinar to deepen your understanding of what it means when we talk about critical reflection and how it differs from the daily reflection or program reflection we also undertake.

This is a great webinar for those wanting to become more confident undertaking and discussing critical reflection and provides an excellent launching platform for our next two webinars that help you create cultures of critical reflection: Dismantling the Hierarchy and Incorporating New Perspectives

Completing Critical Reflection Part 1: Critical doesn’t mean to criticise! may contribute one hour of PD that aligns with the NESA (NSW) criteria for Elective PD and addresses:

The Australian Professionals Standards for Teachers: APST 6: Engage in professional learning

Early Years Learning Framework Learning Outcomes: Outcome 3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

The National Quality Standard: QA 7: Governance and leadership 

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