Donald Schon (1983) introduced 'reflective practice' in education studies as a continuous
process involving the teacher referring to critical incidents in his/her life's experiences.
Therefore, this paper incorporates four important incidents which are related with the
professional practices and reflections on the nature of the professional encounters of the
practitioner's life experiences. Accordingly, as was suggested by Stephen Brookfield, the path to
discovering the worth of your teaching is through a process of critical reflection. In fact,
critically reflective teachers are excellent teachers who continually hone their personalized
"authentic voice", a "pedagogic rectitude" that reveals the "value and dignity" of the teacher's
work "because now we know what it's worth" (Brookfield, 1990, p46-7). Brookfield also adds
Vigilant critical reflection delivers several boons: inspirational self-assuredness, the regular
achievement of teaching goals, and motivated, critically reflective students.