Mindful reflection techniques help us slow down and think through our unexamined beliefs about others in our learning communities—whether they be students, teammates, or parents. In a busy classroom, our assumptions and biases about students can result in a rush to judgment which fails to fully consider the challenges our students face. In this article, authors Barbara Dray and Debora Wisneski outline a process for shifting out of autopilot and for engaging in mindful reflection which reduces prejudice and better serves our students.
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