Reflective questions teachers can ask themselves in order to reflect on the quality of a lesson presented or going to be presented. According to Bloom's taxonomy- thanks to the wonderful Peter Pappa http://www.peterpappas.com/2010/01/reflective-teacher-taxonomy-reflection.html

What is curriculum? What is a curriculum statement? How do I write one? Can I use learning standards as my curriculum content? How do I link curriculum to assessment? Read this document to find answers to these questions.
Standards are NOT a curriculum. Read this document to see how standards link with daily activities. See how the same activity can meet different needs of each child.

Quantum Learning-
http://www.quantumlearning.com/our-learning-model/ Empowering teachers to become better at their work using techniques that prevent students from experiencing defeat and allow them to experience a supportive teaching environment.

This video describes wordlessly 8 great states of mind that enable us to be better teachers. courtesy
http://www.quantumlearning.com/quantum-learning-student-curriculum-packages/the-8-keys-of-excellence/8-keys-of-excellence-%e2%80%93-definitions-and-descriptions/ (Quantum Learning).