As published in the Virginia Journal of Education, Jennifer L. Hindman and James H. Stronge present a thoughtful article on reflective teaching, including a case study. If you are concerned that you’re not using the “right” approach to reflection, take heart: There is no one “right” way to reflect. Just as students have multiple learning styles, so do we when it comes to reflecting. Reflection should not be a chore; if the approach seems burdensome then regroup and try another way. In the final analysis, the ability to critically examine one’s professional practice in a constructive manner is a healthy and rewarding component of effective teachers.”