I used to listen to audiobooks almost every day. During that period, I heard more than 100 business books, and read a number of books in addition to them. Among business books that can be categorized as the genre of self-development books, there are quite a few that advocate the importance of daily review.
Come to think of it, I think that lesson plans and reflections that were recommended by my colleagues’ teachers in the past are also part of this. In other words, it can be said that what they write every day is lessens-centered reflection. I seriously thought about doing the same thing myself, but in my case, I still have a strong motivation/inclination to think more about “work” and “learning” rather than just “lessons.” Since I became a teacher, I have always felt that I am more interested in “learning” and teaching myself than “teaching” children. At the same time as I feel that it is self-centered, I feel that in the end it will be returned to the child and I wonder if that is okay.
Well, I tried to write for a long time, but I would like to actively write about my own reflection like the above in this blog, especially in English. It is still difficult to fully express what I really want to say in English, and I feel that this is a great challenge. I think I will most likely need to rely on Google Translate partly because of saving time. However, I feel that the process of reading the translated texts is also a nice process of learning English. From now on, I hope that you will read the content that describes my own feelings, and if you have any thoughts, please contact me.