On Becoming An Innovative University Teacher: Reflection In Action: Reflection in Action

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Mar 1, 2006 - Education - 228 pages
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On Becoming an Innovative University Teacher shows readers how to plan and run innovative activities to engage their students in effective reflective learning.
 

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Contents

Chapter 01 Introduction
1
Chapter 02 What is Meant in Education by Reflecting?
9
Chapter 03 What Does Reflection Have to Offer in Higher Education?
29
Chapter 04 On What Models Can We Base Reflective Learning and Teaching?
44
Chapter 05 How Does Analytical Reflection Affect Learning?
66
Chapter 06 How Does Evaluative Reflection Affect Learning?
81
Chapter 07 What Can We Do to Encourage Students to Reflect Effectively?
100
Chapter 08 How Can You Adapt Ideas from My Teaching for Yours?
121
Chapter 09 Why and How Should We Start Innovating Nowadays?
135
Chapter 10 How Can Such Innovations Be Evaluated?
159
Chapter 11 Where Should You Read about Other Work in This Field?
181
Chapter 12 Postscript
197
Index
215
Back cover
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A former Professor of Engineering Education at Heriot-Watt University, and of Learning Development at the Open University, he is a visiting professor at Napier University and at Heriot-Watt where he is currently working on their Scholar e-learning programme. He is also an active consultant and conference speaker.

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