This chapter presents our reflective conclusions on this volume. It starts by noting how some of the chapters observe how teachers sometimes find it difficult to keep up to date with their practices, and how this highlights the importance of reflective practice, as is also acknowledged in some of the other student chapters. We then note how some of those contributions also help illustrate the complexities of teaching. After a brief update on what some of the student contributors to our earlier volume (Geng et al. 2017) are now doing, we also discuss how the development of this volume provided the teacher educator editors with a significant opportunity for reflective practice as well.
|Title of host publication||Reflective Practice in Teaching|
|Subtitle of host publication||Pre-Service Teachers and the Lens of Life Experience|
|Editors||Gretchen Geng, Pamela Smith, Paul Black, Yoshi Budd, Leigh Disney|
|Place of Publication||Singapore Singapore|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|