Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators . She writes she is "in the process of revising and expanding RTEL into a 2nd edition that will be available in 2019. While much of the foundational content of the 2011 version (e.g., instructional design) is still relevant, many elements have become outdated.... I’d like to invite your feedback through one or both of two anonymous surveys, each of which will help inform RTEL’s revision." She hopes for input by March 1 2018, and you can be entered in a draw for copies of the new edition. The 2 surveys are:
"Survey 1 – Pedagogical preparation for library instruction. Whether you’ve read RTEL or not, share your insights into how you were (or weren’t) trained to teach and provide some context on your own instruction practice. This survey should take 15-20 minutes and is here.
"Survey 2 - RTEL 1st edition feedback. If you’ve read some or all of Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning’s 1st edition and want to communicate your impressions/critiques/suggestions, please do so. This survey should take 5-10 minutes and is here"
Photo by Sheila Webber: tree in reflection, February 2018