Reflecting on your role and skills, how you do your work, and how you would like to do your work is a valuable practice that we should all make the time for. A reflective and thoughtful self assessment is a solid investment in your professional learning process, allowing you to map and monitor your needs, improvement and professional growth.
Take a moment to reflect now or start your self assessment.
- Do you do Education for Sustainability (EfS) work for a government office, a company, a non-government organisation or a community group?
- Is your EfS work paid or voluntary?
- How much time do you have for on-going professional development and learning?
- What are the sustainability issues that you usually work on?
- How many people do you usually work with?
- Is your EfS work part of a larger sustainable development strategy for a large organisation or do you tend to work alone or in a small group?
- What sort of community education strategies are you usually required (or choose) to use?
- How do people normally respond to the EfS activities you facilitate?
Start your self assessment now.