Ms.Nele NoeICET Admin
A Short Bio / زانیاری کەسیی / سيرة ذاتية قصيرة
Nele Noe is an international education consultant with 25 years of experience in the field of teacher training, educational reform and school improvement projects. She holds a Master’s in International Educational Leadership and Policy from the US and a Master’s in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the UK and is a University of Cambridge teacher trainer and master trainer. Originally from Belgium, she has worked in over 20 countries with educators from more than 50 countries. Her areas of expertise are a teacher and educational leadership training and curriculum and materials development. She is passionate about sharing best practices with educators and has developed and delivered customized training, coaching and mentoring programs for early childhood, primary and secondary teachers in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, North America and South America. She understands the challenges of the 21st century and the new post-pandemic reality and has delivered custom hybrid training solutions on various platforms globally to support educators as she believes they are the drivers for quality education. She is able to provide unique tailored CPD (Continuing Professional Development) solutions as she knows how to navigate diverse cultural realities.
Category / پۆلێن / الفئة :
Teacher Professional Development / گەشەسەندنی پیشەیی مامۆستا/ التطوير المهني للمعلم
21st Century Skills / تواناكانی سەدەی 21 / مهارات القرن الحادي والعشرين
Seminar Title / ناونیشانی بابەت / عنوان الندوة
From Awareness to Action: Teacher reflection as driver of change in 21st century education
Abstract / پوختە / الملخص
You may ask ‘Why is reflection important?’ As John Dewey stated: “We do not learn from experience … we learn from reflecting on experience”. Teacher reflection is a powerful tool that has the power to fuel change in 21st century education. As teachers, we need to look at what we do in our classrooms and critically reflect on why we do it through a 21st century lens. In this session, we will use a 4-step reflective cycle which focuses on considering new ways of teaching in the 21st century to improve the quality of student learning. As teachers, we are busy bees who struggle to find time to reflect, therefore the session will focus on a variety of quick and easy exercises we can implement to get a clear picture of our teaching and how to improve it. Self-reflection never stops, so let’s start reflecting on our practice individually or in groups with colleagues today.
Keywords / وشە سەرەکیەکان / الكلمات المفتاحية
reflective practice, CPD, 21st century skills, professional development