About MeTalent Mirror
To start working with the MeTalent mirror tools, we offer you a simulation of four classroom situations: a small step to get more insight into your views towards talent.
The MeTalent Mirror Toolbox
In the MeTalent Mirror, we have three different tools available plus an introductory exercise. You can pick one or use them all. All instruments lead to more knowledge of oneself. With that knowledge you can get advice on how to learn more about ways to engage with talented students.
To start working with the instruments, we offer you four classroom situations: a small step to get more insight into your views towards talent.
This is a teaching-specific self-evaluation tool, based on comprehensive lists of both teacher characteristics and teaching strategies in relation to talent development. Teachers can score themselves on these lists, providing insight into where one’s strengths and weaknesses lie
This is a broad self-evaluation tool which helps teachers to discover and reflect on important decisions / happenings in their life. This then enables teachers to help students find their talents.
This tool is meant as a classroom assignment with students, asking them to reflect on your role as a teacher. Students are shown a number of stereotypes of teachers, to which they can react. This is the basis for a classroom discussion, which can give teachers (as well as students) more insight into how they view talent.