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Professional growth can be supported through opportunities for teachers to reflect on practice. Reflective practitioners consider multiple components of practice to determine levels of effectiveness and overall impact. During this process teachers and administrators are encouraged to discuss the multiple data points and connect teacher practice to student learning. Reflection begins with the self-assessment, collaborative conversation, and the creation of the professional learning plan at the beginning of the school year. Throughout the year, additional opportunities for reflection and collaboration arise during the collection of data from observations, analysis of instructional design, and professional showcase. In culmination, teachers and leaders can synthesize self-perception data as well as qualitative data points and consider how this data aligns with quantitative data collected from surveys as well as various student assessments.