Reflectivity’s latest release helps teachers become more adaptable by socializing reflection.
Socializing reflection means sharing your learning process in a community of colleagues with similar challenges and goals.
When you share your work with colleagues and exchange ideas about skills you’re building, you gain the insights and feedback needed to adapt to any challenge. This leads to stronger connections, new skills, and an even higher order of thinking.
This release makes that process easier and more powerful than ever.
Explore colleagues’ learning
We noticed that users love seeing a “zoomed out” view of their Skill communities because it gives a birds-eye view of the reflection happening in their organization.
Now, the My Skills, Most Active, and New tabs keep you focused on the activity happening in your organization’s Skill communities. You’ll always know where colleagues are gathering to make progress on hard problems, and where new ideas are emerging about the latest challenges the organization faces.
When time is limited, it only takes a few moments to browse a Skill community, encourage colleagues, or get inspired by their reflections.
Socialize reflection at every step
Top-down professional learning often makes it difficult for teachers to connect around common challenges, and exchange ideas about shared goals.
Now, Reflectivity gives you a visual reminder that you’re part of a community of reflective educators, sharing what’s working in real time. We’ve done this by moving all interactions and reflections to the right panel, so you stay in the community as you work.
Additionally, each step of the skill-building process is now an act of reflection shared in your Skill community. These steps include joining a new Skill community, making plans, and engaging in deeper written or video reflections. Your colleagues can encourage you at each step with a Boost, or leave a comment to start a discussion.
When your organization socializes reflection inside a Skill community, learning happens with the support of others.
Adaptable educators reflect together
Teachers face more change, at a faster pace, than ever before. This is a modern problem that requires a modern solution. Traditional, top-down professional learning moves too slow to keep up.
Instead, teachers need the freedom to explore many solutions for challenges they face. And they need a dynamic community where they can exchange ideas and feedback by socializing reflection.
Reflectivity’s latest release makes this new vision of professional learning possible. Imagine what it’d look like if your organization became a community of adaptable educators reflecting together.