Liberatory thinking is the re-imagining of one’s assumptions and beliefs about the capabilities of oneself and others. Liberatory thinking is developed by interrupting internal beliefs that undermine productive relationships and actions in service of our students.
How to use this tool: This self-reflection tool is meant to support you in identifying where you are situated in using liberatory thinking. There will always be room to improve so “perfect” scores are not expected. Also, it is possible that how you assess yourself will fluctuate from day- to-day.